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Old 11-01-2018, 10:55 AM
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MAP on the Mishimoto is $697. Retail is $930
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Originally Posted by JasonSB View Post
MAP on the Mishimoto is $697. Retail is $930
If you are using the MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) term correctly, $697 is the lowest price a dealer may advertise the product. I guess that is possible but I don't think that is what you mean. Typically a manufacturers MAP and retail are the same or very close.. Then they give wholesale accounts a discount to sell the product. In this case, if the dealer was offered a 25% discount their net cost would be $697.50. The dealer can sell the item for whatever they want but the MAP agreement says they just can't advertise it lower than MAP. That's why sometimes you see something for sale on the internet with no price until you put it in your shopping cart. My main point is, nobody here cares what MAP is. That's an agreement between the manufacturer and the dealer. Final price is set by each dealer.
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Old 11-02-2018, 02:22 AM
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Hi ,I have a question for you,I have a 2006 z51 and my stock radiator is leaking now so I am looking for a new radiator, and I checked your website and I am a little confused about the regular and the short one? what is the difference? which one should I go for?
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Old 11-02-2018, 09:16 AM
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Only reason to run the short one is for big power 1200+rwhp big centri blower builds that want an easier time putting airfilter on and off. It cuts down cooling, fan options, and you can still fit a 4" pipe inlet on a full size, so all the short one does is end up allowing it to be slightly easier.
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Originally Posted by Tom DeWitt View Post
If you are using the MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) term correctly, $697 is the lowest price a dealer may advertise the product. I guess that is possible but I don't think that is what you mean. Typically a manufacturers MAP and retail are the same or very close.. Then they give wholesale accounts a discount to sell the product. In this case, if the dealer was offered a 25% discount their net cost would be $697.50. The dealer can sell the item for whatever they want but the MAP agreement says they just can't advertise it lower than MAP. That's why sometimes you see something for sale on the internet with no price until you put it in your shopping cart. My main point is, nobody here cares what MAP is. That's an agreement between the manufacturer and the dealer. Final price is set by each dealer.
MAP is the lowest price a dealer can list it for. So most dealers will list and sell it at around $700. Final price cant go below $697 for any dealer.
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Old 11-02-2018, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by JasonSB View Post
MAP is the lowest price a dealer can list it for. So most dealers will list and sell it at around $700. Final price cant go below $697 for any dealer.
JasonSB would be correct. We allow our vendors to price as low as $697.50 for this radiator and there are quite a few offering it for this amount.

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Old 11-08-2018, 08:40 PM
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  • Drops outlet temperature by 5F across powerband for $700 + install.
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