well my friend's cousin has a shop n he hooked me up wit the kit for cheap, mine is a fiberglass kit that can't be put on urself, well technically you can but you better let a bodyshop put it on for u, as for me my cousin owns a bodyshop n can hook that up for me too haha. Because there's no holes on the kit anywere for screws or anything i don't think you can put it on urself
well i mean i got mine on buddyclub2.com and on the site its says oem fitment, and where the holes are on the car you can just drill threw them for stock mounting spots just like the stock bumper pretty simple. but im not sure so im going to check when i get the kit
^^^I actually don't know yet, when i go to my cousins bodyshop im goin to have to see, cause i also want to paint my whole car too. Because he says the price also depends on the kit, like he says that sum kits a real easy to put on and others are real difficult so he said he's goin to have to see the kit before he gives me a price
yup, near perfect fitment, i put it on myself also. They don't come with predrilled holes so you can do it yourself. I'm repainting the whole car a custom blue color soon. I also have a TRD wing so please nobody copy!!:rotf: I was pretty sure I'm the only one in NC with this kit.
the fitness always depends on the material, if its fiberglass it will be kinda hard to fit it, 1 because its hard and it wont bend, 2 its going to crack sonner or later. if it was urethane like stock bumpers, then it will pretty much bend the way you want it and probably get a perfect fit. get a quote on the paint job, if you think its 2 high p.m me i can hook you up
i have a hayame axleback which is similar to the tanabe one. My car is low period but never had a problem with my exhaust whatsoever. I have about 3 inches off the ground. I'm trying to buy a better camera at the moment because my pics looks so bad with the disposable ones. It will be painted soon so i will have pics coming up.
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I have the BC2 kit. Fitment was ok...I would say a 7 out of 10 for the front but the back was a 9 out of 10. I have 19's with 215/35/19 tires with TRD springs. I scrape occasionally but mostly only on drive ways that are too steep and there is no way for me to avoid it no matter what angle I take or how slow I go...but with a 2 inch drop and 17's it would be very low. Here are a few pics
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