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PFYC 04-02-2010 11:54 AM

2010 Sinister Camaro Pricing
 
Sinister Camaro Ram Air Hood in fiberglass $749 available for ordering now. Click here for the product page.
Sinister Camaro Ram Air Hood in carbon fiber $959 available later this month
Sinister Camaro Dovetail Rear Spoiler in fiberglass $259 available for ordering now. Click here for the product page.
Sinister Camaro Ram Air Hood w Dovetail Rear Spoiler package - fiberglass $948 (save $60 for a limited time) available for ordering now. Click here to order.

Sinister Camaro Front Air Dam in fiberglass $249 available later this month, urethane version soon after.
Sinister Camaro Side Skirts in OEM quality high pressure urethane $225 ea or $449 per set
Sinister Camaro Rear Diffuser in OEM quality high pressure urethane $369
Sinister Camaro Exhaust Tips for Rear Diffuser $75 ea or $149 per set or $99 per set if ordered with Rear Diffuser
Sinister Camaro Lower Aerodynamics Package includes front air dam, side skirts, rear diffuser $949 and option to add tips for $49 per set

Sinister Camaro Street Appearance Package includes all of the above (fiberglass hood and spoiler) plus SINISTER badges and rear diffuser raised lettering and numbered plaque $1899.00 Options include special pricing on Sinister logo floor mats and Foose Speed Wheels in 20" or 22".

All products not listed as available now should be available within 2-3 weeks. As we get closer to nailing a solid date, we'll announce ordering availability. We do not wish to take preorders on parts until we have a solid date for availability.

We're already at work on new products. We hope you like what you see. Thanks.

Mike Lewis
PFYC - PartsForYourCar.com

TC 04-02-2010 12:08 PM

Any group buy's going to be offered?

ron10 04-02-2010 12:14 PM

cool

DaveT 04-02-2010 12:27 PM

Be very aware of their 20% restocking fee, and you pay return shipping if you do not like the product. Their policy states a restocking fee at their discretion, whatever that means, but it will be from 20-30 percent. Trust me.

ajp 04-02-2010 12:38 PM

How does the body kit attach? OEM bolts, 3M tape, combo?

Eski7399 04-02-2010 01:30 PM

I'll be buying the Sinister Camaro Street Appearance Package when it's available.

Shardik2SS 04-02-2010 01:45 PM

Do you have to buy the package in order to get the Sinister lettering on the diffuser?

One more thing, will there be a mail slot delete offered?

PFYC 04-02-2010 02:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TC (Post 1668757)
Any group buy's going to be offered?

Probably not unless you're talking about some kind of package deal where a large purchase is being shipped to the same place.
Quote:

Originally Posted by DaveT (Post 1668825)
Be very aware of their 20% restocking fee, and you pay return shipping if you do not like the product. Their policy states a restocking fee at their discretion, whatever that means, but it will be from 20-30 percent. Trust me.

We customarily charge 10% restocking fee if you wish for a refund. We always offer the option of no restocking fee if you choose store credit. The only time we charge more than 10% is in the rare case the product was drop shipped by a vendor who charges a higher restocking fee or if there are extenuating circumstances like damaged or missing packaging. Our return policy is posted clearly for your review prior to making any purchases from us and if anyone has specific questions about it, we're always around to answer. If you were charged more than 10% for a return, you're welcome to email me with your order info and I'd be happy to look into it for you.

If you have a list of online vendors that do not require you to pay shipping for returns you send back because you don't like it, I'd love to see that list.
Quote:

Originally Posted by ajp (Post 1668858)
How does the body kit attach? OEM bolts, 3M tape, combo?

A combo. Typically there is hardware to support the part and 3M automotive grade double sided tape to simply secure it in place. The front air dam goes over the existing front end and attaches in the wheel well with brackets and bolts and secures across the top front edge with double sided tape. The side skirts are replacement pieces that utilize existing mounting brackets and also use a little double sided tape. The rear fascia is supported with 4 bolts and brackets along the bottom, 2 or 3 in each wheel well area and double sided tape secures it snugly along the top edge to the factory bumper cover.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Eski7399 (Post 1669074)
I'll be buying the Sinister Camaro Street Appearance Package when it's available.

Thanks. I think this is going to be a popular choice. We appreciate your support and are glad you think highly enough of the product to purchase it.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Stang_Killer (Post 1669135)
Do you have to buy the package in order to get the Sinister lettering on the diffuser?
One more thing, will there be a mail slot delete offered?

The Sinister lettering will be available separately for those buying only the rear diffuser. Pricing hasn't been finalized yet so I'm not sure how much it will be.

We currently offer the mail slot delete in the Exterior Accessories section.

SSTony 04-02-2010 02:40 PM

will you be offering the the ground effects with a painted option?

PFYC 04-05-2010 03:52 PM

No, we won't for a few different reasons.

First off, everybody has different standards of what is acceptable as far as paint is concerned. Our standards are pretty high, so by the time we would have all the parts prepped and painted, the cost would be very high and a large percentage of customers would complain that it was excessive. If we lowered the standards to make it more affordable, then we alienate those who have higher standards.

Secondly, once painted, you increase the likelihood of parts arriving with some kind of damage from shipping. Nobody is happy when that happens.

We've found it best over the years to let the customer decide what his or her budget will allow and to choose a good paint shop in their area that suites their needs and tastes.

--
Mike Lewis
PFYC-PartsForYourCar.com

Milk 1027 04-05-2010 04:00 PM

wow. I like that diffuser.
and thinking about the hood.

Shardik2SS 04-05-2010 04:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Milk 1027 (Post 1679692)
wow. I like that diffuser.
and thinking about the hood.

:word:

PFYC 05-13-2010 02:02 PM

We've had a few requests for updates. While the hood and rear spoiler are available and selling well now, the ground effects should be ready to ship the week of the 24th. We plan to start taking orders for those parts early next week. Thanks for all the compliments.

SummoneR 05-30-2010 02:39 AM

:popcorn:

noisemker 08-01-2010 06:34 PM

Bump


Do you know the weight difference between the Fiberglass and Carbon Fiber hoods?

superman 08-01-2010 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noisemker (Post 2169103)
Bump


Do you know the weight difference between the Fiberglass and Carbon Fiber hoods?

Would also like a stock vs carbon fiber weight difference.

noisemker 08-02-2010 10:02 PM

Pmed them and they said that the wieght difference is minimal, I think its more for cosmetics

usmcjlp 08-07-2010 03:13 PM

I am considering this hood to lower the under hood temps in an FI setup. Is the hood scoop actually functional. I looked at the picture of the raised hood on your product page but could not tell.


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