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  1. #11
    S15R Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Yakozan
    Quote Originally Posted by S15R
    WELCOME DUDE!'

    BTW WHERE THE HELL DID U GET THAT FRONT BAR
    it's the option aero bumper.
    You could maybe try your local nissandealer and see if the can supply one (just be ready to sell the car to afford one )
    Or you could look for a used one from Japan.


    yeah, if i was stupid enough to spend 7000AUD for factory aero kit 5 years ago, then i will go and ask the nissan dealer to get me one.

    been looking for one for ages, they are about 1000AUD landed from Yahoo Auction, still pretty expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by S15R

    yeah, if i was stupid enough to spend 7000AUD for factory aero kit 5 years ago, then i will go and ask the nissan dealer to get me one.

    been looking for one for ages, they are about 1000AUD landed from Yahoo Auction, still pretty expensive
    Look on the bright side.
    Because it's a genuine Nissan item you just have to get it painted and then you can fix it yourself
    That'll save you a couple of $.

    Many aftermarket kits need small modifications to fit perfect.

    Nismo items is supposed to fit very good while some copys of aftermarket fits very poorly without mods I've heard.
    Nissan GTR -09 Now with Cobb accessport stage 2

  3. #13
    kenji Guest
    My aero bumper was actually non genuine got it for $795 inc. painting and fitting from my local bodykit shop.

  4. #14
    S15R Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Yakozan
    Quote Originally Posted by S15R

    yeah, if i was stupid enough to spend 7000AUD for factory aero kit 5 years ago, then i will go and ask the nissan dealer to get me one.

    been looking for one for ages, they are about 1000AUD landed from Yahoo Auction, still pretty expensive
    Look on the bright side.
    Because it's a genuine Nissan item you just have to get it painted and then you can fix it yourself
    That'll save you a couple of $.

    Many aftermarket kits need small modifications to fit perfect.

    Nismo items is supposed to fit very good while some copys of aftermarket fits very poorly without mods I've heard.

    genuine URAS kit is only about 2000AUD, if you really want to compare with factory, ofcuz factory bumper last longer(size), but on the money side i wont spend 7k on just a front bumper with 2 skirts for my S15, if someone did, i've nothing to say! but if i own a BMW M3 thats a different story

    FYI a friend of mine in nz he bought a full genuine URAS kit, which fit prefectly and its plastic

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    S15R Guest
    kenji, what colour was it before painted?

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    URAS kit from where?

  7. #17
    S15R Guest
    http://www.uras.co.jp/

    S15 :P
    http://www.uras.co.jp/syohin/silvia.html#s15
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    both based on plastic so flexible


    Works9 bodykits are flexible aswell

    http://www.works9.com/


    Vertex flexible bodykits are very expensive

  8. #18
    kenji Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by S15R
    kenji, what colour was it before painted?
    Not too sure, didn't have a look at it when it arrived at the shop.

  9. #19
    Ginuwine-S15 Guest
    does the aero front bar sit on the height as the standard S15 bar??

    cause iv been dying to get one for sooo long!!

  10. #20
    kenji Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Ginuwine-S15
    does the aero front bar sit on the height as the standard S15 bar??

    cause iv been dying to get one for sooo long!!
    The Aero bumper sits slightly lower than the stock one, in order to match the stock side skirts.

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