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carbon_blue_gt Mar 24, 8:47am - #133325 
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Body Kit combo...

OK, because of problems that i've been having with my spoiler project (people sending money, and then deciding to back out of the project) I've decided not to build and market a full bodykit. I'm limiting my custom work to my spoiler (which i'm selling) and a couple of other things for my car only. I'm thinking of building some fender flairs.

Anyway, since i'm not building it, i need to come up with a good kit combo. Here's what i'm thinking...

front- Wings West
sides- Kaminari or RMM
rear- Veilside 1
custom rear lip spoiler

Let me know what you think, especially about the sides... and, will everything line up alright?

Thanks everyone!

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LostAngel Mar 24, 8:52am - #133326 
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Sounds like a pretty nice kit imo, I love the VS1's rear! Sides id go with kam...because I havent really seen a lot of rmm ones. thumbsup
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se7enmodgt20 Mar 24, 9:23am - #133327 
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go w/ the rmm sides they will flow better w/ the wings west lip.
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GraSSRooTs Mar 24, 9:40pm - #133328 

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VS1 rear will not match up good with Kaminari sides and a WW lip. Go with a WW rear and it will look really good.

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GTStick Mar 24, 9:45pm - #133329 

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yeah the veilside rear doesnt flow, but ww would be nice
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GraSSRooTs Mar 24, 9:51pm - #133330 

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What do you guys think would flow good with a VS1 rear? (Other then any Veilside kit pieces)

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carbon_blue_gt Mar 24, 11:14pm - #133331 
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How far off would they be? If it's only around an inch or so, i could add a splitter to the front to lower the profile there, and tie it in better. Also, what other sides would look good? I want a clean look.

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VSGTS14 Mar 24, 11:16pm - #133332 

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WW front with Kam sides...that's a must, matches perfect...


as for rear...I think kam...not VS, won't match up with others...

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carbon_blue_gt Mar 25, 1:44am - #133333 
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
WW front with Kam sides...that's a must, matches perfect...


as for rear...I think kam...not VS, won't match up with others...


If i do that, i can probably get some x-1 fenders, and that will tie in the kam rear...


I wonder how the RMM rear would look...

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GraSSRooTs Apr 13, 4:12pm - #133334 

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RMM Rear is similar to WW.

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