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I think if its done right, it can look nice, but I personally plan on replacing my bumper with the gracer/greddy. Not bad for a temporary thing though I guess.
 

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My name's Scruffy.
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i cut mine out, and used small amounts of chicken wire and bondo to actually make it smooth so it looks nice...ill try to get pics up, but i have problems with the car right now and im very unhappy with the POS lol
 

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viperlocc i would like to take a look at your car..i'm installing a FMIC and need to decide whether to keep the stock grill or not....i was thinkinf of usng chicken wire also
 

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hey suprang what intercooler is that? looks good...what did u use to cut off the grill? any rough edges from cutting it?
 

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RoastBeefCurtain Commando
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Just a question not to jack. But i took my bumper off last night to check for mounting my new IC.
If I take the bumper support off, can i still mount the fog lights?

BTW, I dont wanna hear I shouldnt take the support off. Thats not what Im asking for reference.
 

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7M POWAH! baby ;)
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here's mine.. i mainly put mesh in there for protection of my ic.. i'd rather hide it than have a rock get it lol

oh and excuse my terrible photoshop skills on the lenses, i wanted a sneak preview of what they would look like when i got them on there lol, i couldn't wait a week for them to arrive

 

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supratkfy said:
hey suprang what intercooler is that? looks good...what did u use to cut off the grill? any rough edges from cutting it?

its a custom intercooler i had someone make. I used a jigsaw, yes it leaves V's behind, so you either leave it or get them filled in, keithh made a post about how to do it a long time ago.

BTW nice cars guys.

Ang
 

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when this baby hits 88mph
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SuprAng said:
its a custom intercooler i had someone make. I used a jigsaw, yes it leaves V's behind, so you either leave it or get them filled in, keithh made a post about how to do it a long time ago.

BTW nice cars guys.

Ang
actually i used a die grinder and cut the V's out as well then sanded smooth. you could see the yellow of the inside of the bumper so i painted all that flat black on the inside.
not the best pic but only one i could find off hand.

 
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