yes, it would have to be custom molded (which isn't that easy to do... very time consuming ask Enforcer) and because of the nature of how it would be molded on with bondo or fiberglass or watever, if you were to come off a speed bump to hard or hit a steeply inclined driveway, a huge hairline crack can appear where the lip was molded to the bumper. Not worth the effort or money in my opinion unless your car was strictly a showcar.Buddy02 said:You guys think it is possible for the body shop to put the stillen lip on and attach it so that there is no line? Like ENFORCER did with the rear? What are your opinions? are there any negatives to this?
I hope you're kidding about the fenders and hoodBuddy02 said:Thanks Thai, That is what I was thinking but wanted some other opinion. Hopefully I can get the lip soon so I can get it painted at the same time. Oh and my car is all GO and no Show! I might just take the fenders and hood off now to reduce weight! Should I get a BPV for my Injen CAI if i do?
Pretty sure you're right on that one. The CAI sound level on my car is definitely lower with the BPV installed... telling me it IS opening at WOT.ThaiBruin said:you WILL lose some HP simply because once you go WOT the flaps of the BPV WILL open... thus sucking in warm air... But I'm sure someone will tell me I'm wrong.
Do they let you pick where it will be repaired?Buddy02 said:I F**ked my sweet ass Altima today I was switching lanes and grazed a Caddy STS Front corner damage. Not that bad but pisses me off. I goto the claims adjuster tomorrow morning So I acn goto any Body Shop.
Buddy.. man.. sorry to hear about that.. glad to hear you're ok. Who was at fault??Buddy02 said:I F**ked my sweet ass Altima today I was switching lanes and grazed a Caddy STS Front corner damage. Not that bad but pisses me off. I goto the claims adjuster tomorrow morning So I acn goto any Body Shop.