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      06-14-2015, 12:27 PM   #1
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RW Carbon!

So I was about to pull a move on SLEK FRONT LIP, but it was 1000$!

So I decided to save some money and went to RW Carbon and bought 3 thing for 1000$ instead!

Carbon Fiber Diffuser
Carbon Fiber Spoiler
Carbon Fiber Front Lip


Can't wait!!!!!
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Awesome. Their stuff looks really decent. Please post pics when everything is installed!
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Awesome. Their stuff looks really decent. Please post pics when everything is installed!
Here are my review

Fitment spoiler - 10/10
Fitment Diffuser - 8/10 - It was not flush when installing .. If the diffuser was missing at least 2/4 of an inch wide

Fitment Front lip 8/10 . Had gap and wasn't that flush but overall still look good


Here are some pictures












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Looks damn good to me.
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Looks good Hau.

Can you please take a picture of the screws you used to mount the front lip?

I thought you ended up selling your blacklines?
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Looks good Hau.

Can you please take a picture of the screws you used to mount the front lip?

I thought you ended up selling your blacklines?


Hi Marc,


Decided to keep he black line at the end.


These front bumpers came with screws but I forgot all about it .




I end us using some black screws in the picture below about 1 1/2 inch long

We drill 7 holes all together

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      06-21-2015, 10:37 AM   #7
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Just posting some before and after pictures..

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      06-23-2015, 02:21 PM   #8
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Parts look great
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front spoiler install

Can this front spoiler be installed using the stock screws in the current bumper? Or is drilling needed? Please explain the install process in depth for the front spoiler.

Also, same question for the rear diffuser. Can it be installed using the stock clips without any extra modifications?


Thanks in advance!
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Can this front spoiler be installed using the stock screws in the current bumper? Or is drilling needed? Please explain the install process in depth for the front spoiler.

Also, same question for the rear diffuser. Can it be installed using the stock clips without any extra modifications?


Thanks in advance!
I can't speak for the front lip but I just put my rear diffuser on today and it comes with clips pre-installed that go into the existing clip holes. No modifications at all. The only real difference is there's only 4 mounting holes on the underside compared to 6 on the stock diffuser. I would advise having a person to help you out. It's a fairly tight fit to do it with 1 person. Still doable though.
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