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    FS: Engine Lid Displacement Badge, 3.2 or 3.6

    These parts replace:
    PET, 1972 911, Fig 8-10, #10 911.559.015.00 Logo for ventilation grille (2.4) Qty: 1 PCNA List, 2018, $77.18

    Description: This 911 engine displacement badge mounts on the rear decklid grill. These badges are precision machined from aerospace aluminum and mount to both metal & plastic engine lid grills. They feature the correct typeface, with rounded corners, beveled top perimeter edges and hand polished number surfaces. The mounting hardware is comprised of stainless steel studs, flat support plate, steel lock nuts & blue thread-locking fluid. These assemblies are available in 2.8 - 3.6 designations.

    Material: Aluminum, 7075-T6
    Finish: Black satin powdercoat with choice of black or polished face
    Weight: 15.40 grams

    Support plate:
    Material: Stainless steel, 304
    Finish: Glassbead blasted
    Weight: 6.04 grams

    Material: Stainless steel, 304
    Finish: Mill
    Weight: 1.94 grams * 2 = 3.88 gms

    Hex nut, locking, M4x0.7
    Material: Steel
    Finish: Zinc I (Clear)
    Weight: 0.79 grams * 2 = 1.58 gms

    The price of these assemblies is $60.98.
    Shipping within the US is by choice of USPS Priority ($7.90) or Parcel Post ($4.50).

    Last edited by JimmyT; 12-18-2019 at 05:50 AM.

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