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Proffitt Mar 22, 3:30am - #422785 

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What is the best Lambo Door kit

I was wondering what company is the best. I will be buying a set hopefully soon and since it will be used daily I do not want to buy junk. I have already found a place that said they can install them for about $100, since I do not have the tools or place to do it. Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.
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Pnoy Mar 22, 5:03am - #422786 
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lambo doors doesn't look right with daily driven cars thumbsdown
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Zero Mar 22, 8:09am - #422787 

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its a tie between C2Gas and GT Factory. thumbsup

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e_degala Mar 22, 8:49am - #422788 

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$100 for install?!?!

eek

damn, most places take like 4-6 hours to do it...

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Avatar Mar 22, 6:53pm - #422789 

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Wow never seen so many pinoys...I'm starting to feel less of a minority in here...

But their is a GB on lambo doors and the install 100 bucks wow seems expensive, the sports tuning place here charges 50 bucks...but i'm planning on doing it myself cause it's really easy for me

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trikdcelica Mar 22, 9:45pm - #422790 

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Originally Posted by Pnoy
lambo doors doesn't look right with daily driven cars thumbsdown


what do you mean it doesn't look right? i think it looks sharp, especially if nobody around you has em.
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jordon Mar 22, 10:00pm - #422791 

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i have the decah kit off of carexcess.com, no complaints here. and $100 for install?! thats almost impossible unless you know them personally.
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combatc87 Mar 22, 10:24pm - #422792 

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Check the GB section. 600 shipped, that's a price you can't beat.

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sekytwo Mar 22, 10:56pm - #422793 

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AHHH jordans car is pimp, i think lambo doors look sick as hell, plus i can only imagine the attention you get!! thumbsup
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jordon Mar 22, 11:28pm - #422794 

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lol, thanks. ya lots of people look and ask questions all the time.
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Proffitt Mar 23, 2:18am - #422795 

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I know some people do not like them on daily driver's. It would make it easier on me everyday since I have the worlds smallest garage and for car shows when I get time to attend them.
Thanks for the help. So I take it the best ones out there are either C2Gas, GT Factory, and the ones made by decah.
Jordan do you have any problems with it hitting the side skirt at all? Again thanks for the info. Your car is PIMP! thumbsup
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jordon Mar 23, 3:49am - #422796 

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no i have no problems there (the hinges come with an adjustable screw to adjust door height), if you have the TRD kit or WW kit, you should be fine. only complaint is that when the weather gets cold sometimes the shocks dont work as well as in the warmer weather. and sometimes you need to wd40 the shocks. thanks for the compliments.
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