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Anonymous Sep 29, 6:42am - #49104 
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So how good do those replica Veilside kits fit?

im still thinking about which kit to get. Im trying to buy the kit that wouldent cost me an arm and a leg to get shaved, installed, painted...etc... etc.. i dont know which is cheaper and easier. The blitz replica or Veilside replica. for those who have bought the veilside replicas..how do they fit? would a shop have to shave off things and have truoble with fitment? i heard that the blitz kit in fiberglass is a pain in the ass to fit and you must shave it to make it fit. how much did it cost to get all your shit done to your fiber glass blitz or veilside? just really curious. thanks. peace
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Celicatastrophe Sep 29, 6:49am - #49105 
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i have a replica, its quality, had to do a lil shaving but.

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Steven Sep 29, 7:37am - #49106 
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my friend got one, he said it fit perfect
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Celicatastrophe Sep 29, 8:46am - #49107 
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I think the only real fitment issue you may have is with the sideskirts those were a b*tch to get on. I recommend getting replica front and back and authentic sideskirts.

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BakerGT Sep 29, 11:09am - #49108 

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my replica veilside back was perfect...no shaving at all...replica extremor sides...not perfect...but look perfect now after a lot of work...front urethane blitz ...perfect...

so yeah if you dont want to do a lot of work on them...get the real sides

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cool thanks... real sides it is! fake front n back lol
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Street Prototype Sep 29, 10:26pm - #49110 

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mine is perfect, no problems with fitting thumbsup

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RoMkApOmKa Sep 30, 1:55am - #49111 

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Just remember it's very hard to find some one to paint your kit (replica) Lot of peope don't wanna mess around with fiberglass.
I found some fucker who did it for $850 but now i have bubles on my rear...Fiber glass replicas shit shit shit
Good quality Body Kits can cost you $400 just for one bumper.
Do your suspention and rims first and then save up $1200 and get better quality.
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Street Prototype Sep 30, 1:58am - #49112 

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blah, i have the replica and its fiberglass, no problems with paint bubbling and other stuff, it just all depends on the shop you take it too tongue how good they paint, how good they modify, how good the quality of the work thats done wave

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ev3 Sep 30, 2:13am - #49113 

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i dunnoe...i reckon that you get wat you pay for..if you want quality and have confidence in the durability of you kit, go genuine..altho if you want a blitz front bar i think i remember someone saying that they all are replicas anyways. my 2c
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