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    Black Hatchback 14'

    Hey guys, a couple of quick questions for exterior appearance...

    Looking at getting sideskirts for a 14' WRX, also looking for a finned Rear Diffuser and possibly a new lip.

    The question is should i invest in carbon fiber or the polyurethane? Been hearing stuff about CF Cracking and fading yellow.

    What are your guys thoughts?? Also, are these parts bolt on or drill on?

    I currently have a Forcewerkz POLY lip

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    I have a polyurethane front lip and i drilled it into the bumber underneath. It was easy install. Ive scrapped coming out of driveways and sharp angles, and bumper has held its shape and design well. I plasti dipped it black so it will maintain the black color over time also and protect it from when it scrappes although i try to prevent it as much as possible


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    Quote Originally Posted by nick2014wrx View Post
    I have a polyurethane front lip and i drilled it into the bumber underneath. It was easy install. Ive scrapped coming out of driveways and sharp angles, and bumper has held its shape and design well. I plasti dipped it black so it will maintain the black color over time also and protect it from when it scrappes although i try to prevent it as much as possible

    Nick, did you sand it down before plasti dipping??? and is it maintaining its plasti dip color?

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    No i didnt sand it down, and it is maintaining its plasti dip color. Its really holding up well. It went through the ****ty weather storms in NJ this winter. Through all the salt on roads, and everything. Very happy with plasti dip.


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