i at first thought i had wrong part numbers, but how can NOPI sell a #1602 Centerforce t/o bearing for $18 while 2 other places sell for $57 (dual friction.com and summit)
also NOPI's Centerforce DF clutches are $216 compared to MSA/Summit/dualfrriction.com at $279/$269/$230. thats pretty big differences there.
i am also curious why the Centerforce l clutch takes a different t/o bearing than the CF ll and CF DF. Pretty sure its cause of the longer fingers on the pressure plate but its a $40 difference on the 2 different t/o bearings.
Nopi isn't ****...Nopi is huge. They sell the same parts as everyone else...they just order them in big groups. They're like the Wal Mart of car parts. Also they have no fancy stores to keep up, just huge ugly warehouses to hold tons of go fast goodies.
the person i spoke with at NOPI was very knowledgeable with datsuns. kinda surprised me i guess as i was expecting him to be more "new ricer" experienced. he actually answered more questions better than another big z parts competitor.