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He's talking about the aggressive and not the classic.
With the aggressive you have to cut out the portion where the lower grille sits. It wasn't that hard for me to do it. But it was kind of sketchy cutting up my bumper. A sawzall worked just fine.
I honestly regret buying it now. My bumper is all cut up so I have no choice but to keep it on or buy a new bumper.
If I were you in your position, I would sell it and buy a classic. Also I see you have pro kit springs. You will scrape. And scrape BAD, with the aggressive. I've had to get mine painted a few times. I eventually said screw it and painted it flat black.
Redfire05 is describing exactly what I want to avoid. I just don't like the idea of taking a saw to my car. It looks great but I DO have the Eibach kit and I can tell that I am going to scrape the hell out of it. I am going to take Redfire05's advice and try to trade it for a Classic Chin Spoiler. Thanks guys!
2006 Black Mustang GT
K&N Cold Air Intake
Magnaflow High Flow Cats
Borla Axle-Back Exhaust
SCT XCalibrator 2 (Brenspeed)
Well I finally ordered an aggressive chin spoiler. The lower grill on my car, as well as the plastic bumper behind the grill, are cracked to **** from a 1mph roll into a tree stump. I all ready cut out part of the bumper and was able to do it using a utility knife and hacksaw.
The paint was all ready messed up on my bumper, so I wanted something that would cover the whole bottom. I have frpp 1.5 inch springs, so we'll see how low it sits. I hope dead squirrels will still fit under it.
Boost or Buell, decisions, decisions.
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