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My new prodrive boot spoiler
22. Sep 2011 at 18:57
 
Very pleased. Bit of a pain to fit but paint job is excellent considering its a difficult colour to match.

Camera phone so not best quality Wink

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Reply #1 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:01
 
looking good  Thumbs Up!
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Reply #2 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:11
 
They need a lip spoiler to make them look complete IMHO Thumbs Up!
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Reply #3 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:15
 
TheBoy wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 19:11:
They need a lip spoiler to make them look complete IMHO Thumbs Up!


agreed, all omegas look naked without spolier, imho Estate moreso.
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Reply #4 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:24
 
Jimbob wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 19:15:
TheBoy wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 19:11:
They need a lip spoiler to make them look complete IMHO Thumbs Up!


agreed, all omegas look naked without spolier, imho Estate moreso.


It was like looking at a different car Grin
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Reply #5 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:44
 
dan282: what rear exhaust is fitted to your car? looks good Thumbs Up!
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Reply #6 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:45
 
Looks nice Dan.I really must keep one for my own car soon instead of flogging them. Roll Eyes  Grin
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Reply #7 - 22. Sep 2011 at 19:48
 
s7eve v6 24v wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 19:44:
dan282: what rear exhaust is fitted to your car? looks good Thumbs Up!


Its from powerflow. Standard 2.5" Twin Exit. Have a look on their website as they list all the Tailpipes.


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Reply #8 - 22. Sep 2011 at 22:32
 
Nice one Dan, can I just say that your car is really starting to look the business now!! You started off with an excellent example in a superb colour, and all of the mods you have made have only gone to enhance its looks!  Smiley

Top work fella!!  Thumbs Up!
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Reply #9 - 22. Sep 2011 at 22:38
 
twiglet wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 22:32:
Nice one Dan, can I just say that your car is really starting to look the business now!! You started off with an excellent example in a superb colour, and all of the mods you have made have only gone to enhance its looks!  Smiley

Top work fella!!  Thumbs Up!


Thanks mate Thumbs Up! Im going down the subtle look as i drive more like an OAP than a boy racer but as its only a GLS the CD wheels, Better Exhaust, Grill and now spoiler have really made it look like a different car. Some Elite wheels will come before Christmas and that will do me nicely i think.

Could do with Taking the GLS badges off but im not too fussed about that.


Cheers for the spoiler though. Was in great condition and im well chuffed Thumbs Up!
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Reply #10 - 22. Sep 2011 at 22:40
 

Was taken in December a few months after i had it. No changes.

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Reply #11 - 22. Sep 2011 at 22:42
 
Looks great Dan .... any tips on getting it  to sit in the correct position while you are trying to fit it  Huh
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Reply #12 - 22. Sep 2011 at 22:49
 
skyblue wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 22:42:
Looks great Dan .... any tips on getting it  to sit in the correct position while you are trying to fit it  Huh



Well before i put any adhesive on i lined it up and marked with some fine chalk where it needed to go. I then with the help of the guy who painted it lined it up after applying very strong bodyshop double sided tape and some adhesive he gave me, Held it down to make sure it was flush with boot for approx 5 minutes and then applied plenty of Masking tape to keep it pressed down. Left overnight and when i took the tape off it was solid as a rock.
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Reply #13 - 22. Sep 2011 at 23:47
 
Dan282 wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 22:49:
skyblue wrote on 22. Sep 2011 at 22:42:
Looks great Dan .... any tips on getting it  to sit in the correct position while you are trying to fit it  Huh



Well before i put any adhesive on i lined it up and marked with some fine chalk where it needed to go. I then with the help of the guy who painted it lined it up after applying very strong bodyshop double sided tape and some adhesive he gave me, Held it down to make sure it was flush with boot for approx 5 minutes and then applied plenty of Masking tape to keep it pressed down. Left overnight and when i took the tape off it was solid as a rock.

Thumbs Up! cheers  .... must get mine fitted now. Just dont tell someone its still sat in my shed  Wink Roll Eyes
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