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    Accumulator Shut Off Kit?
    bout time pro hopper got back up!

    Any one using this? is it worth the extra money?

    Accumulator Shut Off Kit (4pc.)
    Usually Ships Within 24-48 Hours
    List Price: $1,059.75
    Our Price: $785.00
    You save $274.75! In Stock







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    god dam why so expensive, am i missing something?
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    i do it ground up, they barely renovating.

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    I see $335 dollars worth of parts
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    X3 i built my own forever ago. i think may used normally open sylinoids on the dumps or some shit... still do your own for less than half.
    call or text anytime for faster price quotes or questions. . 423-782-6322

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    why not just run a slow down between the T and the accumulator reducer fiting. and when u dont want to use the accums close the slow down. problem solved for the price of a slow down
    "The good life, has no equivalent. It aint a fantasy no more because im livin' it." - Willie D

    i do it ground up, they barely renovating.

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    Originally posted by lone star@Jul 7 2010, 12:51 PM~17982828
    why not just run a slow down between the T and the accumulator reducer fiting. and when u dont want to use the accums close the slow down. problem solved for the price of a slow down¬*
    X2 I guess the only advantage would be you can go from smooth ride to hopper without having to pop the trunk.

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    Originally posted by parsonsd33@Jul 7 2010, 07:42 AM~17981284
    bout time pro hopper got back up!

    Any one using this? is it worth the extra money?

    Accumulator Shut Off Kit (4pc.)¬*
    Usually Ships Within 24-48 Hours
    List Price: $1,059.75
    Our Price: $785.00
    You save $274.75! In Stock¬* ¬*



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    i just cant get over that 785 dollar price, and then the pic with that poor lonely solenoid sittings there, that looks funny
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    i do it ground up, they barely renovating.

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    Originally posted by parsonsd33@Jul 7 2010, 06:42 AM~17981284
    bout time pro hopper got back up!

    Any one using this? is it worth the extra money?

    Accumulator Shut Off Kit (4pc.)¬*
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    List Price: $1,059.75
    Our Price: $785.00
    You save $274.75! In Stock¬* ¬*


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    Originally posted by lone star+Jul 7 2010, 10:51 AM~17982828-->
    why not just run a slow down between the T and the accumulator reducer fiting. and when u dont want to use the accums close the slow down. problem solved for the price of a slow down¬*
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    yep

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    @Jul 7 2010, 10:54 AM~17982859
    X2¬* I guess the only advantage would be you can go from smooth ride to hopper without having to pop the trunk.
    hell for that price you could hardline your shutoffs in the dash lol

    but really that is just stupid crazy high price. damn
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    Originally posted by Classic Customs@Jul 7 2010, 01:21 PM~17983028
    yep
    hell for that price you could hardline your shutoffs in the dash¬* ¬* lol

    but really that is just stupid crazy high price. damn

    Chrome hardlines at that.

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    just buy the parts to do it.... you have the pic,lol
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    They "stive" to keep prices low, lol

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    Originally posted by lone star@Jul 7 2010, 10:51 AM~17982828
    why not just run a slow down between the T and the accumulator reducer fiting. and when u dont want to use the accums close the slow down. problem solved for the price of a slow down¬*

    Better than that run a flow control instead of slow down so they compress quickly and return slowly just like one of those things... errr.. you know that we all remove... errr whats it.... oh yeah a SHOCK ABSORBER !
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    Their website was down forever and came back just as shitty. They don't even have specs on their pumps (port sizes, block thickness, etc).

    $785 for accumulator shut offs is rediculous.
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    Originally posted by lone star@Jul 7 2010, 12:51 PM~17982828
    why not just run a slow down between the T and the accumulator reducer fiting. and when u dont want to use the accums close the slow down. problem solved for the price of a slow down¬*

    This sounds like the way to go but do the accumulators even give that much better of a ride?
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    Originally posted by Classic Customs@Jul 7 2010, 02:21 PM~17983028
    yep
    hell for that price you could hardline your shutoffs in the dash¬* ¬* lol

    but really that is just stupid crazy high price. damn



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    Originally posted by parsonsd33@Jul 8 2010, 09:14 AM~17990915
    This sounds like the way to go but do the accumulators even give that much better of a ride?
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    it says 4 pieces, does that mean 4 accumulators total?

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    I've got two of these for sale. Sorry, no pics at this moment.

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