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Old 03-09-2011, 03:50 PM   #1
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Magic AFR heads from resulting damage.

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wow awesome job.
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Awesome job>>>

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They milled the **** out of those heads.
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I wonder what something like that cost.
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^ I'm sure it wasn't cheap. It is impressive though.
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True but having a ballpark figure would be nice, in case I was to come across a deal with a damaged head.
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no idea> how$$ cost that job on it but it s fantastic job..
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I'm gonna think it's around $800 depending on the extent of the damage. Some metal specialty shops charge by the hour, but if the shop has done enough they can charge a flat rate.
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