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    My GSi rear bumper.... opinions please (photoshop)

    Before anyone goes on about the damage to my GSi.. the guy thats doing the bodywork for me has said he'll do a few bits for me on top for me without adding too much to the price.... aslong as they are small jobs so to go along with gettin car park dents removed and the front end sprayed and the roof rails colour coded this will be gettin done...

    The Exhaust on my GSi has been bugging me for ages, It has Never looked factory fit due to the cut out on the rear splitter on the bumper, after thinking long and hard about the Remus Exhaust (yes my head is aching!!) i've decided to keep it, 1. it's a decent exhaust, 2. it isnt loud and finally it's bloody well grown on me

    So is this the solution...???


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    I know it's the most subtle change i could do but i dont want to run the risk of changing the exhaust and being unhappy with whatever i get, i like the sound of the Remus and it suits me fine,

    Opinions would be appreciated, and if anyones had it done pics would be great


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    That looks not bad man, what about a double cutout though? :-p

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    looks good,go for it

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    Yeah not bad at all should do em

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    I like it, much better than having a double cut out

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    Def just loose the cut out mate, its suttle but what a big differenece! heres a pic of pardoe16v's with it done, It looks fanatastic in the flesh! Go for it!!!!

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    Yep go for it!

    I was gonna make a double cut out but i didn't want to limit the exhaust options for the future.

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    get it done... look OEM and it will allow you to change the zorst without having to worry about the cut out

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    looks good that, much more OE
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    what does OE and OEM mean?

    looks good gordon
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