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Old 02-12-2018, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by bstmusic View Post
Received my Clima Repair switches 10 days from the date I placed the order. Switches look great. Now I just need my 911 - should get delivery on in another week or so....
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Originally Posted by bstmusic View Post
Received my Clima Repair switches 10 days from the date I placed the order. Switches look great. Now I just need my 911 - should get delivery on in another week or so....
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i know this thread is about a year old but I’m wondering is anyone tried v3 of this product ? I bought my 997 with worn switches and would like to fix them.
Or should I get them from sticky no more?
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i know this thread is about a year old but I’m wondering is anyone tried v3 of this product ? I bought my 997 with worn switches and would like to fix them.
Or should I get them from sticky no more?
Go with the MA Carbon.
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I’m not familiar with MA, can you bring me up to speed. Tks
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Go back a few pages here. This thread talks about these switches.

I'm on the 4th batch waiting list for the MA Carbon set. Contact John to get on that list since they should be ready soon.

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Originally Posted by Mellowmike View Post
I’m not familiar with MA, can you bring me up to speed. Tks
MAcarbon.com is the site
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Originally Posted by Mellowmike View Post
I’m not familiar with MA, can you bring me up to speed. Tks
You definitely need to read through this thread. There was some really sketchy stuff pulled by one of the manufacturers. Just saw a pic in the classifieds of the latest version from that manufacturer, and their stuff still looks 3D printed (the TEMP label looks crooked, too). MACarbon uses the factory switches, and in photo look much better/factory than the other guy's.
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@mellowmike - what they said ^. Welcome to the club.

ps - if the soft touch paint on your center console is ragged out like the switches, its a pretty easy DIY to repaint if you have a black interior. You can also buy a new consoles for around $700.
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Originally Posted by cosm3os View Post
You definitely need to read through this thread. There was some really sketchy stuff pulled by one of the manufacturers. Just saw a pic in the classifieds of the latest version from that manufacturer, and their stuff still looks 3D printed (the TEMP label looks crooked, too). MACarbon uses the factory switches, and in photo look much better/factory than the other guy's.
Yeah, the MACarbon ones are the way to go, the Clima Repair ones are 3D printed and the finish is really lacking in my opinion with some odd edges. While they may work, I am just going to toss the set I have into the pile of attempted 3D printing fails.

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Yeah, the MACarbon ones are the way to go, the Clima Repair ones are 3D printed and the finish is really lacking in my opinion with some odd edges. While they may work, I am just going to toss the set I have into the pile of attempted 3D printing fails.

Do you have an STL file for 3D printing these switches?
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Thank for the feed back, I’ll buy the MA carbon switches, I hate junk.
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Originally Posted by TheDeckMan View Post
Yeah, the MACarbon ones are the way to go, the Clima Repair ones are 3D printed and the finish is really lacking in my opinion with some odd edges. While they may work, I am just going to toss the set I have into the pile of attempted 3D printing fails.


Hello. For the last time, our switches are NOT 3D printed. V1īs were, but V2īs and V3īs are not. Please do not make that statement, because it is simply not true.

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Originally Posted by Flat_Six_ View Post
Do you have an STL file for 3D printing these switches?
Please, try to 3D print them and come back to this tread with some pictures of what you got, then everyone will compare and will see our switches are not 3D printed!

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Originally Posted by Climarepair.com View Post
Hello. For the last time, our switches are NOT 3D printed. V1īs were, but V2īs and V3īs are not. Please do not make that statement, because it is simply not true.

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John, ok so ordered V3's and ended up getting V1's? Because judging at the material composition here compared to this printed sample on my desk. This set is printed.





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