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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-02-2009, 09:12 PM Thread Starter
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Where to get jets?

If the Sherms place mentioned in the versus is no longer in buisness then who has the right stuff for the ear shve upgrade?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-02-2009, 10:45 PM
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I think you will need one of this also if you do the ear shave.




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I got mine from Motorsports Pro. They have 2 kits, a standard one and a bigger one for earshaves. As I recall last time this thread came up people yelled at me that I got ripped off and listed other places where you can get jets more cheaply. I would try searching on that topic and/or just waiting. Someone will wade in with their sources.

For my money, I liked getting the kit and knowing I had everything I needed. I don't know what washer to get or where to find it if need another one so I was glad to spend more for the kit. I realize I spent most of the money on the convenience of having all of it right there, not the jets themselves. So be it, I'm a newb!
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Shoot, I'm tired. Motorsports Pro is the name of a crappy stealership in my area. I got my jets here, from FactorPro.


I got the 3.0 kit. That's what you need for an earshave.

From what people here will chime in I probably got $5-10 worth of jets and washers and paid the rest for the convenience. Which was worth it to me.
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