I put most of my kit on myself and got help from my friend towards the end. Now the only part im scared about is you don't know if its a replica or not and you don't know if its fiberglass or not. Rub your arm on the inside of the body kit and if you start itching like a mofo then you know its fiberglass:)
No really if you have patience and all the tools set out to do the job you'll be alright. Get a drill, a drill bit set, a socket set, phillips head screwdriver and flat, a sander, a heat gun and a couple different shaving tools, some chunky ass low grit sandpaper. some tape, a couple labeled jars for all your nuts and bolts.
Be prepared to take out your headlights (bitch), just about every panel in your trunk, your front underplastics, have a jack handy you may need to talk off the back tires.
For perfect fitment I put the front bumper on one side at a time since it isn't perfectly contoured to begin with. Be prepared to crack your kit in several places only to bondo it back up. I took put on and took off the front bumper alone about 20 times to eliminate every imperfection. Open and closed the Hood
about 50 times to check how everything lined up with Hood
close. Used up a grease pencil with ease. I don't know what else to say im tired, later.