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hahahahahha wheres the thread? I was just on here trying to find a trans for it mine is about to blow. I have more goodies to put on it but not until I can get a new trans in there.

I posted a link in my last post :)

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Quoted for pure seks :wub:

I would never make it out of the garage if that was mine, I'd constantly have to turn around for a fresh pair of underwear after making love stains.

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JVC, what's that lip you've got on the normal bumper? I likey.

Its a 960 lip.

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JVC, what's that lip you've got on the normal bumper? I likey.

Its a 960 lip.

Kalvin beat me to it. I split it in half again the other day hitting a chunk of ice/snow in the middle of the road so I need to repair it... again. Might as well post another pic while I'm at it!

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Kalvin beat me to it. I split it in half again the other day hitting a chunk of ice/snow in the middle of the road so I need to repair it... again. Might as well post another pic while I'm at it!

^_^

Just go with some stealthy tiny black zipties.

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^_^

Just go with some stealthy tiny black zipties.

Trying to avoid drilling through the plastic and the fiberglass behind it... I just need some 2 part epoxy and it wont go anywhere!

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Trying to avoid drilling through the plastic and the fiberglass behind it... I just need some 2 part epoxy and it wont go anywhere!

Did you get another one and cut it to make it flush on the sides.

or did you recess the lip a bit in the front to make the back corners sit flush with the bumper like me.

Cant really see from the photo but looks like you recessed it back a little.

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IIRC, John built the lip by to make it sit more flush.

This is a better close-up:

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Ah alright. He pushed it all the way forwards.

:lol: forgot all about that thread and that he had one. my bad.

I just need to find another one so I can cut the sides and afix it 100% flush.

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Yeah I decided to tuck it back to match the wheel wells. It just fits better that way and doesn't hang out front too much.

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They look much better when the time is taken to make them sit right. Its easier on the 850 because you don't have to cut the lip in the center.

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Needs moar low! haha Looking good though!

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Twinsiesss! Cars look good, guys. :tup:

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