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    Default Ooohhh Carbon fibre!

    Just been sent a picture of my VXR diffuser

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    Cant wait to get it back and on the car now

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    Oh, now that is going to look wicked !!

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    looks nice that fella will look great fitted

    the holes what you can see what are they actually there for couldnt figure it out when i fitted mine?

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    Not sure what the holes are for as I've had it fitted already and didnt use them either!

    The guy who did it said it was a real pain to get right, but from the pictures it looks like he's done a cracking job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattW74 View Post
    Not sure what the holes are for as I've had it fitted already and didnt use them either!

    The guy who did it said it was a real pain to get right, but from the pictures it looks like he's done a cracking job.
    looks spot on

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    Spot on mate, got a link to contact? Re the holes, if I remember rightly you fold the out of sight flaps over lock them to the bumper and back onto itself with plastic rivets.

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    that's going look very smart when fitted

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    .....if I remember rightly you fold the out of sight flaps over lock them to the bumper and back onto itself with plastic rivets.


    Stops it from flapping about, some just use cable ties through the holes, as you can't see them once fitted.

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    Its been posted back to me today and I'm now on holiday for 4 days, so will hopefully get it fitted tomorrow or saturday and I'll post some pics

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    Where did you get it done and how much if you don't mind me asking!

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