We are making great progress in testing our upgraded IWE gears and will soon be looking to move into production phase. We all know the troubles of the IWE gear, so I'm not going into detail of that in this thread.
We are currently still in testing phase of our latest batch, and are happy with the results that we are seeing. Our next step is another small batch for additional testing and quality control that will be handed out to a few "pre-selected" testers for accumulative miles. After which, we will move to production. Current production time for any sized batch, varies between 6-12 weeks, so this will take some time.
Being as the the production of these gears are expensive, and the tooling and broach even more so, I need to gauge the interest of this product for our intitial production batch. That's where FRF
comes in. Please vote on the pole. This will help us out tremendously.
This is just preliminary research for us. Once we get closer to production, we will open up pre-orders for the first batch that will have introductory pricing exclusive to FRF
members. We do not have any official pricing at this time, as we are working hard to keep this as cost effective as possible. With that said, cost "should" be under $500 per set. In comparison, the OEM IWE assembly cost approx $110 each ($220/pair).
Thank you for your time!