04-11-13, 07:00 PM
So after another rough winter and due to the bumper being pretty low, my front splitter ends were pretty ugly! So i've decided to sand them smooth and am now plasti-dipping them to match the car. I won't be doing the center piece as the lower center portion of the bumper is blacked out already.
04-11-13, 10:52 PM
Bump - Completed pics attached above
04-12-13, 10:42 AM
I'll post full car shots after work today.
04-13-13, 10:54 AM
First of all I don't typically like tricked out color schemes and matte black hoods; however, it works on white quite well. You have some tasteful work there. I don't know if the lower trim looks better white rather than black, but it doesn't look bad!
04-13-13, 12:12 PM
Thanks! I'm usually not a fan of it either but I had my whole car plasti-dipped matte black and after winter decided to remove it, during the process I came up with the idea of leaving the whole center matte black and I've had nothing but compliments since. I'm probably going to remove the hood and trunk next week when I put my wheels on but I will leave the grills, trim and roof blacked out.
04-22-13, 05:52 PM
Does anybody happen to have the part numbers for those stock splitters and maybe where to find them and a cheap better looking alternative (if possible, haha) I could use a new pair. Thanks!
04-22-13, 07:15 PM
- ^^^ - Stock Facia/Splitter = 25882978, (includes 3 pieces).
Try site sponsors Luke at Lindsay or Rippy, both advertised upper right of this page, for decent prices.
04-23-13, 04:53 PM
thanks for the reply I'll definitely be placing an order with one of them soon.