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Mike@Modbargains 06-29-2005 05:40 PM

Agency Power BMW M3 SMG ''Big'' Titanium Paddle Shifters
 
Agency Power has just released their new version of the M3 BIG Paddle Shifters in Titanium. Titanium offers a lightweight, strong, and stylish alternative to the standard CNC machined aluminum paddle shifters.

Carving up the road course, you''re in the middle of a high-speed corner as the engine is winding towards redline. You can''t reach the paddle shifters as your arms are completely locked in the turn. You''re forced to take your hand off the steering wheel to shift with the lever in the console. You lose handling, speed, and confidence. Well, all of that is going to change with the all new Agency Power Big Paddle Shifters for the BMW E46 M3 SMG model. These paddle shifters are direct replacements for the OEM small plastic pieces. Each side has an engraved + or - sign like the factory units. The back side of the paddle is grooved for your fingers to sit comfortably in for grip. The paddle shifters give you about 4 more inches total of grip for those fast urgent turning shifts.

Pricing: $389.99 per pair, with free shipping.

CLICK HERE TO ORDER NOW


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Pricing: $389.99 per pair, with free shipping.

CLICK HERE TO ORDER NOW

Mike@Modbargains 07-01-2005 12:56 PM

:bump:

Mike@Modbargains 08-11-2005 04:38 AM

:bump:

DRK KNIGHT 08-12-2005 07:13 PM

What about the burshed billet shifter paddle? How much are those?

\\V 08-13-2005 12:31 AM

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/images/smilies/drool.gif so gangsta

DRK KNIGHT 08-13-2005 01:31 AM

Brushed

Mike@Modbargains 08-13-2005 01:54 AM

Brushed are $260

http://www.modbargains.com/product.a...=smgpaddles001

ADA 08-13-2005 02:27 AM

I apologized for the following comments. Understand that I am not attacking you (the reseller). I am making a statement against the producers and their "business practice."

I understand that titanium is ultra light weight and is relatively expensive. Additionally, the metal requires special tools for welding. However, $400 for a pair of paddles is just crazy.

This item is a PERFECT example how manufacturers mark up items and charge insane prices because it is a "BMW" item. Just because we own a bimmer it doesn't mean the producer should charge luxury prices for simple items such as these paddles.

I am 99.9% confident that the cost of producing these paddle shift is around $150 tops.

Anyhow, FREE BUMP for anyone that wants to buy it. Quality looks good and there is always an advantage over having a larger paddle-shifter.

Grimm333 08-15-2005 05:38 PM

At least these are made of Ti... go look for a set of Strassentech Paddles... 500+.. made of CNC machined aluminum...

Quote:

Originally Posted by ADA
I apologized for the following comments. Understand that I am not attacking you (the reseller). I am making a statement against the producers and their "business practice."

I understand that titanium is ultra light weight and is relatively expensive. Additionally, the metal requires special tools for welding. However, $400 for a pair of paddles is just crazy.

This item is a PERFECT example how manufacturers mark up items and charge insane prices because it is a "BMW" item. Just because we own a bimmer it doesn't mean the producer should charge luxury prices for simple items such as these paddles.

I am 99.9% confident that the cost of producing these paddle shift is around $150 tops.

Anyhow, FREE BUMP for anyone that wants to buy it. Quality looks good and there is always an advantage over having a larger paddle-shifter.


E92M 08-15-2005 10:09 PM

those look so sweet :drool:


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