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    Engine : 1.9 cdti 150

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    Question Fitting vxr rear diffuser to sri xp

    Hi all, just bought a sri 150cdti with x pack . I want to fit the vxr rear diffuser but i'm wondering how it fits, will it go straight on o.k or has it got to be fitted between the vxr lower spoiler and the bumper . I've done much searching on the forum but cannot find the answer. Thanks in advance...

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    Unfortunatly the skirt has to come off first

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    It is possible to change this without removing the xp skirt. It fitted a BTCC rear difuser on my xp2 without removing skirt as that looked like a mare of a job on its own.
    I removed my bumper and used wire cutters and a stanly knife to remove the original rear difuser by cutting it in the weakest ppint near the exhaust. This allowed it the be pulled out. You have to pull carefully as its a snug fit but I got mine out in 2 pieces.
    Worth a try as you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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    its hard but possible, i done it with mine.

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    Thanks for replies. Yeh i thought it might have to come off first and worried it might be bonded on. How exactly is the lower skirt attached to the bumper?

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    bonded on, which is why i thought i would try get diffuser on without pulling skirt off and ruining it in the process am glad i did as it was fidily but possible i was just carefull so that i did break the diffuser.

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