ooo no im going to actually add 1 moreI like your "dual" intake you have going on...you may need a hole in the hood as it sticks up a little high.
Thanks i thought it would look good too. I wanted tighter perforated metal but this was all that i had lying around work o well cant complain about free.I think the mesh over two headlights will look right at home on your car. You have that means business look going on.
If you rivet those flares on, I think you should paint them body color as opposed to flat black. Otherwise, they will stand out exactly like they're doing now, grey against green.
In the end, my opinion isn't what matters, so take it with a grain of salt, but when you post pics, you invite commentary.
If I was doing it, ( and the day will come when big, fat, tires sit on all four corners of my car) ...And since you've now cut the fenders and quarters, and can't go back... I'd glue those flares on with PBA. Riveted-on Fiberglass on a street driven car is gonna crack eventually. And they'd be painted the exact same color as the body. As huge as they are, painting them a contrasting color will just point out that they don't belong there.
Conversely, if you try and make them part of the car by painting them the same color, and depending on how good you get them to fit, I think it'll look really good.
P.s. I didn't know they made high heat caliper paint in that color.
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