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    Default rear skirt for dual exits

    i have a facelift signum with no visible exhausts out of the back of the rear skirt. i would like to get dual exit exhausts out of the back in order to tart it up a bit.

    this is where the confusion starts...

    i dont know what i need to buy..

    i have seen the pre-facelift rear skirt which is black and would need painting

    i have also read that the skirt i have should have a detachable insert in the middle (which it does not)

    so does that mean i have to replace the entire rear skirt?

    this is what i have at the minute:



    also, just out of curiosity, is the insert on the signum the same length as the Vectra?

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    Either use a hole saw and just bore it out and get some tips welded on or you'll need to change the skirt. The siggy skirt on the preface is one piece with inserts around each pipe but i think the facelift has an insert which apparently is different to the vectras insert

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    but my insert is not an insert.. it is a moulded part of the bumper.. thats what confused me..

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    Sorry, i think the skirt with the holes for the exhausts has an insert. I have an irmscher skirt (for irmscher single exit exhaust) that looks like a vectra sri skirt. I'm thinking of making/ modifying an insert to fit in it.

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    if the vec vxr insert was the same size, i'd do a bit of modifying to make that fit..

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    Dont tell me that you have a signum facelift bumper with twin exit insert in star silver???

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    i have just fitted a twin insert onto my single insert facelift design, that bit should just unclip. It is also held in with 4 plastic rivit things. The insert cost £48 all in with p&p and new fittings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob1981 View Post
    i have just fitted a twin insert onto my single insert facelift design, that bit should just unclip. It is also held in with 4 plastic rivit things. The insert cost £48 all in with p&p and new fittings.
    nope.. trust me, its moulded, its a single entity..

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    random, guess you need the whole thing, painted part and dual exit trim.......

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