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      03-31-2006, 04:20 PM   #1
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CDesign | AC Schnitzer Black Line

Hello guys,

AC Schnitzer just released their ACS Black Line. Here is a picture of the parts:



1.) Shift Knob (Universal): P/N 2511 102109, Price $311.00

2.) eBrake Handle (Universal): P/N 3441 102209, Price $205.00

3.) iDrive Cover (e90/e87): P/N 6131 871109, Price $420.00

Please contact me to order!

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      03-31-2006, 05:04 PM   #2
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Is this a joke? 300 dollars for a shift knob? 400 for an idrive cover?!?!?! They're butt ugly!
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this is insane. about 1,000 dollars for a shift knob, ebrake handle and an idrive cover???????? I'd rather take that money and spend on an Eisemann exhaust.
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You got me all excited for a second, i thought they came out with their versions of blackline tailights
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You got me all excited for a second, i thought they came out with their versions of blackline tailights
If they did, probalby be like 3,000 bucks.
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man that iDrive cover looks sweet ...ill prolly pull all the wheels off toy cars and start start selling them off as replicas for $100..anybody in?
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      03-31-2006, 05:50 PM   #7
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Is that shift know and idrive knob too big or is it just me?
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      03-31-2006, 06:28 PM   #8
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Whoa!! $936.00 for those items! My springs and shocks cost less than that!! Maybe ACS is having a contest with Dinan to see who get rip off the customers the most?

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yea, acs stuff has always been expensive.

i still think dinan is a bit expensive, but after taking a tour of their main facility in morgan hill, i can tell you they do a shit load of r&d.
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Quote:
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yea, acs stuff has always been expensive.

i still think dinan is a bit expensive, but after taking a tour of their main facility in morgan hill, i can tell you they do a shit load of r&d.
I agree some items are justifiably expensive as they require lots of R&D, items such as exhaust, intakes....etc.

But I really don't think much, if any R&D goes into making a shift knob, ebrake cover, and a toy wheel idrive cover.

If we 're-arrange' the MSRP for those items a bit, I think it makes more sense, i.e.

1.) Shift Knob (Universal): Original $311.00, Reality:113.00

2.) eBrake Handle (Universal): Original $205.00, Reality: 52.00

3.) iDrive Cover (e90/e87): Original $420.00, Reality: 42.00
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Quote:
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nice~
you've git to be kidding. that sh*t is ugly and way too pricey.

Just 'cause it's ACS doesn't require you to buy it.
You have an ACS problem, my friend.
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It's the brand name of ACS, and the person who will buy these products is exactly the buyer ACS is looking for. I don't think it's pricy at all... its ACS. Not APC at pepboys.
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I have abrand name... BMW

To each his own....
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you've git to be kidding. that sh*t is ugly and way too pricey.

Just 'cause it's ACS doesn't require you to buy it.
You have an ACS problem, my friend.
To each his own, friend.
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Agree with you guys those are expensive

For those who OK with ACS, why dont ACS makes its own cars? They take other cars and make stuff for them, that supposed to be better then original. I don't get it.
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lol just ordered for my E46 M3, knob and E-brake... cant wait... had old styale silver/polished one, kinda got sick of them, so its time to change new style
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Can someone be kind enough to show me a link to buy the blackline brake handle? Please , I dont care if it is $200
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seller's info is in his signature.

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I agree some items are justifiably expensive as they require lots of R&D, items such as exhaust, intakes....etc.

But I really don't think much, if any R&D goes into making a shift knob, ebrake cover, and a toy wheel idrive cover.

If we 're-arrange' the MSRP for those items a bit, I think it makes more sense, i.e.

1.) Shift Knob (Universal): Original $311.00, Reality:113.00

2.) eBrake Handle (Universal): Original $205.00, Reality: 52.00

3.) iDrive Cover (e90/e87): Original $420.00, Reality: 42.00
i wasn't justifying the cost of the acs accessories. r&d comment was towards dinan only. imho, those acs accessories are a rip off too.
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