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11-02-2019 04:13 PM
Bruce 94VT Av holding the lead currently. Be interesting to see how the percentages are in a months time.
11-02-2019 01:13 AM
Bruce 94VT They look good Jason if you are chasing both styles in one.
11-01-2019 11:25 PM
Toplambo
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Originally Posted by rossi View Post
And I suppose they are quite a bit heavier than the regular doors, no?
Yes, the aftermarket scissors are heavier. But this can be counteracted by fitting an ultra-lightweight lithium battery or ECU remap and hi-flow filters.

Aftermarket scissors can also be un-fitted, and resold on eBay, to clawback cash, if you think scissors hurt resale of the car.

Think the key to making scissors "work" on a Huracan is to fit a rear-wing, to raise the lines of the backend a bit, and level-out the curves.
10-31-2019 12:01 PM
rossi And I suppose they are quite a bit heavier than the regular doors, no?
10-31-2019 08:53 AM
Jason B
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Originally Posted by Bruce 94VT View Post
I've never seen the aftermarkets on a car, but do they look any good?
I'm a dealer for the company and have sold a few. What I think is neat is you can open the door like a regular door and no one would know (for those times where you don't want attention) but if you do WANT the attention you can do it all the way, lol. See here as shown in the video.


Yes, this a big install and the reason I haven't sold many, long labor for install.
10-31-2019 08:35 AM
azzurri I always wondered why the need to adapt the car with the doors. The car looks the business as is for sure. It's no slouch at baseline and the people that ask "why doesn't it have the doors" aren't enough to justify modifying it as a rule. Of course if one wants to, I won't suggest not to but isn't it good looking as is? It's a bit smaller frame and doesn't necessarily look odd with the traditional opening doors.
10-30-2019 05:57 PM
Bruce 94VT Probably wouldn't help the resale process any.
10-30-2019 05:57 PM
Bruce 94VT There was one for sale on carsales not long ago with the adapted doors.
10-30-2019 05:53 PM
fabo
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Originally Posted by Bruce 94VT View Post
May look a bit off putting if the car wasn't meant for those doors.
It would definitely hurt resale...
10-30-2019 05:40 PM
Bruce 94VT May look a bit off putting if the car wasn't meant for those doors.
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