Electric Aurora Coating Service - Only at DMS

Dixcelbrake

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Hello everything, I am proud to say we are the first one in UK bringing this products into this country.

Have a look to the photo yourself, I don't think I need to say more -

We can do it on many parts including: valve covers, turbo housing, intake
pipes, wheels, strut bars, super chargers, etc...

typical turn around time is about 3 weeks.

We can do most any metals and some plastics as well.

Attached are a few samples of our work.

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Price start from - £300 for exchange Rocket cover or £530 with new cover

For any other product please email to info@dmsracingltd.co.uk

thanks

Dixon
 

Barryl85

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These look minted!!

And your probably going to think I'm being a bit cheeky but how can you justify the cost?I understand your saying yous are the only ones in the uk doing this and obv demand / exclusivity / rare but £300 for a cam cover?? That's almost a set of hasports !

That's only for an exchange too if it's a new one £230 extra? I'm sure you can buy these from Honda for less and second hand no more than 80ish depending condition.

Wouldn't like to see how much for 4 wheels!!
 
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Jokeshopbeard

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Pricing is ridiculous if you ask me. But then there's a lot of people out there with more money than sense!
 

tedman

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Yep, pricing is astronomical to be fair.

Dont get me wrong, it looks class, but will be very hard to make the new equipment pay for itself when no one can afford to have it done.:(
 
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Sir-kayleigh

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looks great pricing is way to high if you want people to buy things

i would pay £150 for my cam cover to be done no way £300

anyway goodluck thanks kay

maybe to a group order of cam covers to get cost down????
 

Dixcelbrake

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Yes is very expensive but the machine for this job cost more than millions $ and the process will take about 4-5 days so is not someone sit in the shed for few hours to get this done, the quality of finish is the best you can find.

This is not for everyone, more target on show car business.

Plus I don't think you can get new rocket cover from Honda for £80, brand new one is about £320 plus vat from Honda.

Dixon
 

- fezcat -

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**** me do i want one of those rocker covers, so if i provide you with a rocker cover, its £300?

How do they stand up to heat etc? do they blemish or anything?
 

Sir-kayleigh

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i am very interested in a rocker cover if you got like 5 to do at once cant the price be adjusted and what happens with plug cover can you do that aswell?

thanks alot kayleigh
 

Dixcelbrake

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Yes is £300 if you can send me yours, the process of making this the temperature is way higher than the engine running temp, if you look at the first photo we actually have one on the supercharger itself, we can also do this on any turbo housing which is normally running 1000degrees everyday. So they are all guarantee to withstand any sort of heat.

If we can get 5 at once we can probably can offer 10-15% off the price if everyone can send us their rocket cover for exchange, it doesn't need to be rocket cover, we can do this on anything like any plastic, metal. So all your strut braces, caliper, wheels, gear knob, tow hook.... Anything you like!

If something small like a gearknob you are looking at around £80, so you can est the prices if you have larger items.

Thanks

Dixon
 

Barryl85

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Plus I don't think you can get new rocket cover from Honda for £80, brand new one is about £320 plus vat from Honda.

Dixon

I never said you can get a new rocker cover from honda for £80 - i was saying second hand you shouldnt pay more than 80 depending condition.

Brand new I got one before under £200 with a slight discount for a red wrinkle rocker cover - prices must have went up........


As i said it looks amazing and if i was loaded i'd get it done - you mention costs of the equipment - well obv the equipment wont pay for itself but if no one will be doing business because of the expense you wont be recovering costs at all.
 

Dixcelbrake

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Yes is very expensive service but we have alot of business from show car customers, now we are just showing to you what we can do and may get some interested in general public customer as well.
 

Dixcelbrake

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When you think about the cost and labour going into this, is alot more expensive than producing F1 like dry carbon parts.
 

dozzy1989

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I don't think £300 for a rocket cover is too bad to be honest, rockets are massive.
 
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