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cRodz May 3, 10:44pm - #170911 
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BuddyClub2

Hey I'm trying to find a good place to buy the buddy club 2. The kit is kinda new, so not a lot of ppl have it, and this means I may have to risk it and buy from a place that has makes a horrible fitting kit...Does anyone know of a good place? I've been trying to get in touch with groupbuyforcelica but he is not replying to my pm's...
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My idea is to get a blitz front (which I should be getting this weekend in Urethane used for 150 no need for shipping, needs to be repainted, and there's small cracks that have to be fixed, but at least it's fitted, good deal?)

Then, add BC2 sides and rear... Watcha think?
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GraSSRooTs
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GraSSRooTs May 3, 10:48pm - #170912 

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Check out aerotrends.com for Buddy Club 2 kit pieces. They say its "OEM Fitment", but I'm not sure it will be. Check it out. If you want to save some bills, check cheapkitsdirect.com, good luck with whatever you do. And it sounds like its gonna look good. thumbsup

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mastro543 May 3, 11:08pm - #170913 

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cant you buy directly from www.buddyclub2.com

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v3n0m May 3, 11:58pm - #170914 

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www.nopi.com also carries it
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MptGlw69 May 4, 12:16am - #170915 
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Aerotrends.com has the best price.
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GraSSRooTs May 4, 2:57am - #170916 

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I don't think the one at AeroTrends is authentic. I thought it was just a replica kit... Correct me if I'm wrong.

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KULOD May 4, 2:58am - #170917 

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MptGlw69 May 4, 3:07am - #170918 
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Originally Posted by GraSSRooTs
I don't think the one at AeroTrends is authentic. I thought it was just a replica kit... Correct me if I'm wrong.


Yes, it's authentic.
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GraSSRooTs May 4, 3:09am - #170919 

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I want to get either BC2 or Kaminar (possibly with WW or RMM sides), but I'm thinking BC2 might be too low for potholes around here, they are everywhere. Plus, I'm going to college in New Hampshire next year and I want to be able to have my car there for most of the school year. How much lower is BC2 then Kaminari?
BTW, I would post this in my own new topic but since we are talking about this kit right now I figured I would mention this here.

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MptGlw69 May 4, 3:13am - #170920 
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BC2 seems to be one of the lowest kits out there so I would say that it is significantly lower than Kaminari. You should go for the Kam. since it's just a little lower than stock and it comes in Urethane so it would be harder to damage. thumbsup
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