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Old August 21, 2008, 06:27 PM
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I am pretty sure he said in the XS thread that he uses TechFlex (which IMO is the only sleeving anyone should ever use).
Deon't help, because TechFlex comes in many diffrent styles and arangements :P
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Old August 22, 2008, 12:24 AM
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Deon't help, because TechFlex comes in many diffrent styles and arangements :P
Techflex PET Cable Sleeving : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
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Old August 22, 2008, 06:51 AM
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I just wish it was available in Canada. Save on paying taxes and possible duty depending on where the US e-tailer had it imported from :S
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ISn't MurderBox based out of Vancouver? Should be able to contact tehm if you were really interested, to arrange things.
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Old August 22, 2008, 07:18 AM
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Charles is actually opening up an online modding store, so.... I'm sitting patiently waiting for it to open lol

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Old August 22, 2008, 08:30 AM
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I just wish it was available in Canada. Save on paying taxes and possible duty depending on where the US e-tailer had it imported from :S
Performance PC's isnt that bad. They mark the value less than it is so no duty.
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We'll be offering the same sleeving as found here:

MDPC Sleeve | MDPC-X

It's actually better than any of the techflex products, even the "clean cut" stuff. It'll be sold in kits to do a whole system or in smaller sized packs. Nils has been selling this stuff in Europe for the past few months and people there are really happy with it.

We're hoping to have the murderMod shop up very soon but meanwhile you can check the stuff out in the link above... assuming you can read German. At least you can see the pics. :)
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Performance PC's isnt that bad. They mark the value less than it is so no duty.
I dont know about that, Performance PCs are terrible, just terrible! I ordered twice from Performance PCs, and both times the duties were more than 50% (65% on the second order!!!) Nothing gets me more furious. I wont buy from them ever again.
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If you selected to ship with UPS when ordering from Performance-PCS then you are going to up the @ss with brokerage fees. I ordered from them and selected USPS and didn't hit with duty charges.
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If you selected to ship with UPS when ordering from Performance-PCS then you are going to up the @ss with brokerage fees. I ordered from them and selected USPS and didn't hit with duty charges.
Exactly UPS will hit you with a charge anywhere from $45 and up depending on what was shipped.

USPS is the best to go from the states tho it could take a bit longer.
 


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