The isolator you can get the green neoprene one for 30$ on ebay. Ditch the crappy plastic thing the factory is using. As for labor, if doing the chains at the same time there is complete overlap. maybe charge a couple hours at the most to remove and reseal the nose cone. The chain price is about reasonable for doing them.hi Rob,
did you get an answer on this elsewhere?
I took my RR sC to the stealership yesterday for a service and to diagnose a noisy idle - sounds like a sewing machine at times.
The told me they found sources of noise:
1. Supercharger isolator - $2200
2. Timing chain tensioners and guides - $4500
Looking online it appears one can get hold of the superchargers isolator kit for under $200, so can only assume the dealership are putting a massive markup on parts or the job is a real b*tch and take a couple of days...
I'm defintely up for the challenge of doing that myself.
Timing chain situation not so much - as i'm sure thats a lot tricker to get to...but again wondering how much the parts actually cost for that.
Keen to understand how long these things would take - and if there are any friendly mechanics in and around richmond, VA who might fancy some beer lol