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  1. We've also got a set of the upper belt trim moldings and will be installing/reviewing them soon, with another video to follow! -Forrest
  2. We posted a video a while back, looking at the new aftermarket nose panels made by MVP (& sold by Ireland Engineering) Now they’re releasing a turn signal, in all three styles (US, Euro and Italian) We got a few sets and compared them to some NOS OEM parts. I am not an expert on the subject, but I do know when something Looks good and fits well. Upon close scrutiny, they are still an aftermarket part. (Purists and Concurs judges will disapprove.) But not a typical piece of Chinese junk (they’re made in Taiwan) the fit and finish is near perfect. -Forrest
  3. After fielding a few questions about this I'm getting more and more motivated to produce a little "how to" youtube video... expect it soon! -Forrest
  4. Wow you are an animal! Amazing parking lot transformation! I love it.
  5. made a little video a while back after unboxing the MVP early model nose panel.
  6. Just uploaded a video discussion and installation of our complete Long console! https://youtu.be/SbJxiMXlNEA
  7. Unfortunately it's a combo I cannot recall having any pictures of ! (perhaps we make a "picture request" thread?) However, I do know that all of our low-mounted air dams will work with the late model US bumpers...(Just not a very common approach) (and to follow up a previous post, We did make and release that late model bumper delete/ Lamp mount bracket kit)
  8. Different "brother" (not my car... actually Pierre's brother, Damian's car) He wanted the spoiler for a keepsake. (it was the only thing "kooglewerks" about the car)
  9. looking awesome!...and I love seeing the air dam color-matched/painted!
  10. We'll be there FOR SURE!! ...with a few cars and some new products, hoping this year is bigger and better than ever!
  11. this looks like the e21 version, with centered mounting tabs (bushing support) where the 2002 specific version has offset (longer/shorter) tabs. hope this helps to identify
  12. thank you very much for the kind words (And doing the explaining for me!) the rear brace/tray price is not yet set, as we’re still crunching the numbers and figuring out the options to offer...but a lot of people are asking, so it’s going to happen soon!
  13. The front brace, available now: A design Inspired by the e9 CSL cast aluminum strut tower bar, our 2002 specific version is the highest and furthest rearward option available on the market. Making it perfect for performance cars with engine swaps, exotic induction and/or limited height clearance. (illustrated by the A4s airbox) constructed from 356a cast aluminum, 304 stainless steel hardware and 6061 aluminum tube. known applications: 2002/1600 with: M10/A4s, s14, m20, m42, m44 The rear brace/battery & cargo tray: (Avaliable 1-1-2020) Cast Aluminum clamps install on shock towers with no drilling required. Upper bar is removable for easy access to battery for service. (Lower tray can be bolted through floor for ultimate chassis stiffening gains) Options available for custom battery hold-downs, cargo straps and tool box (endless possible configurations for fire suppression systems, spares storage, etc)
  14. a nice pile of parts!....with a lot of potential
  15. DO NOT USE the black 3M adhesive! (unless maybe your car has black paint as well) this will be very difficult to clean up and almost always leaves a visually uneven line of glue at the edge where the rubber and paint meet. once it hardens it will be almost impossible to remove/clean. We use a DAP landau top cement. (an industrial contact cement) it's yellow/tan in color and cleans up easy with cosmoline remover. clean the metal/paint area well with mild solvent, clean the new or used rubber with mild solvent, let dry. then coat with a thin film on both the jamb AND the rubber. let dry till slightly tacky. press together. done. good luck!
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