Vertical Lambo Doors
Scissor-Slide Vertical Lambo Door kit is designed for a
universal fit and easy installation. The kit works by opening the door a little
to the side and swing it up. It swings up 90 degrees so you don't have to crawl
into the car, you simply open it, get in, and close it. When are you are ready
to come out then open it again and get out without breaking your back. The
vertical door system has four adjustable points on the hinge allows the doors to
have a unique look. The kit is 100% CNC machined using 4130 chromyl steel
construction. The kits have electrolyses nickel plated for corrosion protection
and show quality. It includes four 150lbs struts, door hinges, adjustable
brackets, instructions and all hardware required to install the kit.
Why is the Scissor-Slide door kit it so cheap?
Well if you figure all the Lambo door kit is a piece of
metal. Do you really thing a piece of metal is worth $1000 or more. In reality
you only need about $50 of metal and screws to build this hinge. The rest of the
money is labor that's involved in building it. When these kits were in high
demand and only one or two companies were offering them. Those companies will
make money on you as fast as possible before the demand evaporates. As soon as a
competition starts the prices start to lower down and the original companies try
to keep themselves on top by claiming there kits are better. Well here is a
reality check, after the installation you are still getting a piece of metal
with screws assembled. So it does not matter if it's worth $1000 or $549 it's
still the same product. Scissor-Slide door kit has a CAD/CAM design, anti-wobble
design, and anti corrosive design, which makes this kit one of the most reliable
on the market. The only difference is you save hundreds of dollars by purchasing
this kit instead of the competition.
Will the Scissor-Slide door kit fit my car?
Yes the kit is universal. It can either be welded or
bolted on (drilling required) to your car. If you are saying, "I want a bolt-on
only." Think again for a second. A bolt-on kit may cost hundreds of dollars more
or maybe it costs the same. You are NOT saving on the Installation cost if you
get a bolt-on. The labor involved in installing one of these is the same. You
still need to take the fenders and doors off, the install the kit. What do you
care how the body shop is going to install it like, welding or bolting it on?
You are still paying them the same amount of money. If you are worrying about
reversing the doors later, not to worry! The holes from your old doors are still
there, all you do is take the vertical door hinge off and install your doors
back on. In conclusion is it really worth paying hundreds of dollars more to
have a bolt on kit and having the holes pre-drilled? Also bear in mind, almost
all bolt-on kits only go up to 65 degrees vertical. This means you are not
saving on the installation but you are creating yourself a problem. You will
have to climb in and out of the car every time you drive it. If you are already
doing a modification, do the real deal. Don't go for the 65 degrees go for the
90 degrees vertical.
Manual Kit Includes
- (2) Hinges
- (4) 150lb Gas Struts
- All Necessary Hardware
- Installation Instructions
Dodge Neon Installed (Video)
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Step-by-Step Installation Instructions
The kit doesn't come with the a wire extension kit. In
most cases the stock wiring should be long enough to have the door open, however
in some cases an extension wire kit may be needed. Extension kit may to be
purchased at your local parts store.