DIY : Bayson R CS style front lip install WRX 2010 Sedan
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    DIY : Bayson R CS style front lip install WRX 2010 Sedan

    Hello gents, I'm here to share with you all my experience with that bayson R front lip I bought from their website.

    First, I want to say a big thanks to Paul @ baysonR for his awesome service. Patient and available.

    The lip came in undammaged, didnt even need to paint it. It it also very flexible, though many suggest to leave it @ the sun for a couple hours to help it take the shape of the bumper.

    With that said, let's start with some pics.

    Here are the bolts / nuts / rubber washers I used for the front part of the lip.





    Since I was alone and kinda too lazy to remove the whole bumper, I simply used tape to hold it in place for the first 2 bolts.

    Here is a link where you can download a complete HOW TO in pdf format. (click instructions at the bottom)

    CS Style Polyurethane Front Lip for 09-10 WRX & 08 WRX Premium

    Here's a look under there, after I was finished bolting the front part (7 bolts)



    On each side, I used the self taping screws that came with the lip.



    Fitment is perfect.




    Then proceeded in drinking a well deserved beer!



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    Enjoy and all of you guys have an awesome summer!

    -Ben
    Last edited by Big_Ben; 05-26-2014 at 09:16 AM.

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    Looks great! So you didn't need to drill any additional holes I presume?
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    Looks good though Ben!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond_Tengen View Post
    Looks great! So you didn't need to drill any additional holes I presume?
    He used self-tapping screws...so yes and no =)

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    looks great! i love my baysonr lip as well

    i was caught off guard when you said it was a CS style lip. for the 06/07 models, CS style has little "wings" that come up on the side & hug the bumper. i was expecting to see that [which i honestly dont like] but this is definitely an improvement over the older styles

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