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I have the same Ultimate Racing turn down exhaust tip on mine, but on a CP-E Nexus system, so I cannot tuck it up as far into the valence cutout as yours is, due to the Helmholtz chamber CP-E has installed directly above the tip. [:(]
 


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Those them snap and stick rear splitter fins? How are the holding up around here in inclement weather? I've always been curious...

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Those them snap and stick rear splitter fins? How are the holding up around here in inclement weather? I've always been curious...

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Yes they are. I haven't had any issues. I no longer drive this car in inclement weather since I bought a truck.
 


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Bumping your build. Any updates to the car?
 


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So 15×9 et20 fits with flares. How much did you cut the body, if you dont mind me asking. Ive been wanting to run mustang wheels for a greater selection and wider tires. Also you're one state over!!
 


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whoa can you talk more about your seats?
They were OEM seats from an Alfa Romeo 4C. Pretty easy to mount the OEM seat rails to Planted seat bases. I ended up selling them because they didn't fit my build (6'4" 200lbs) and did not hold me in for track use as well as I hoped. I now have a Sabelt bucket seat. They sure looked good though!
 


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They were OEM seats from an Alfa Romeo 4C. Pretty easy to mount the OEM seat rails to Planted seat bases. I ended up selling them because they didn't fit my build (6'4" 200lbs) and did not hold me in for track use as well as I hoped. I now have a Sabelt bucket seat. They sure looked good though!
Hey so a few questions. Can you tell me more about your experience with those wheel adapters? On the 15s did you rub on the fender liner? Considering cutting my fenders and running with no liners. Track only build so I don't care too much about asthetics.
 


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Hey so a few questions. Can you tell me more about your experience with those wheel adapters? On the 15s did you rub on the fender liner? Considering cutting my fenders and running with no liners. Track only build so I don't care too much about asthetics.
I had no issues with the adapters. My current wheels don't need adapters and are 15X9 ET20 with 245 width tires and I have no rubbing. I trimmed the fender liners.
 


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