Very nice! How hard is to get the OE bumper to fit as good? Mine is about 1/4” lowerFit the @HethelSport GTE front bumper on today to check out the fitment. Fit decently well for being an aftermarket piece in my book. Definitely within tolerances for me (Where it meets the clamshell on the sides isn't perfectly flush).
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There are 3 bolts at the front that hold the front in. 1 in each corner near where the headlight meets both in the corner (Need to remove both headlights to reach them) and then 1 under the badge. If you loosen those up should be able to move it in a little bit.Very nice! How hard is to get the OE bumper to fit as good? Mine is about 1/4” lower
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ThanksThere are 3 bolts at the front that hold the front in. 1 in each corner near where the headlight meets both in the corner (Need to remove both headlights to reach them) and then 1 under the badge. If you loosen those up should be able to move it in a little bit.
At the sides there are 3 bolts holding the bumper to the clamshell on each side and then just the undertray. Pretty easy to take off actually.
Looking back I might have it a tiny bit too far up heh
I've had both of those side grills out before, and I only recall having to remove the 2 visible screws. They might come out at an angle (it's been a while).Also, does anyone know how to take off the side engine vent grills? The one over the power steering reservoir. The manual says to just remove the 2 screws, but there's something in the center on the opposite side holding it in.
That may have been the right call, I haven't seen it below 97% yet even after 5 days.After goading you to go 60 Amp, I went with a 40 and the monitor. Plug and play, I only had to reset the clock.
Having it done.When you say "I" do you mean you'll be doing it or having it done? If I knew somebody who would cut the film for me to existing patterns, I'd do it myself. You can get those for popular bikes, so I learned on those. I've got the factory ppf, so covered like yours.
The place I went to was a little over $100 per wheel (cheapest I found). But that was only because I brought them the wheels bare without tires & tpms. I had to do all the leg work of placing the car on stands, going to the tires shop to remove the tires, take them to the powdercoater, pick them up, and back to the tire shop.What does Powder Coating cost?