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    Fitting reiger style front lip spoiler

    Anyone done this with out smoothing / filling the bumper spoiler to the bumper.

    I would normally consider doing this, but my car has just received a brand new sport bumper, (as a girl pulled out in front of me and I hit her . . trashing my bumper . . ins paid out for bumper)

    I'd like to have the spoiler simply primed, sprayed and bolt on . . like the irmsher sort of fitment.

    Is this possible.

    This is the one I mean. . http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-ASTRA...QQcmdZViewItem

    Looks kind of the same as Mark DJ's 1.6 16v in the gallery

    Thanks , Jonny

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    It can be done - but that splitter is gonna be a fibreglass copy of the real Reiger jobbie, so the fit and quality will be dubious if not shit.

    Joy Tuning don't have to good a name anyway, so best avoided IMO

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    Man I tell you now throw that copy fibreglass crap in the bin, I have one and I smashed the crap out of it in fury went to on-line auto sport and brought a proper reiger plastic lip spoiler. it actually comes ready to fit (minus painting) with a tube of sikaflex and nuts and bolts for a proper fit. The fibreglass copies are no where near the same quality and fit as the real thing.
    Used to own Astra Coupe 2.2, Supra 3.0 Turbo, Supra MK4

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