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It would be hard to do. I ended up removing the rear wheel and peeling back the liner. There are hex screws that are inside down the sides of the diffuser that are really hard to get too. I ended up going and buying a air ratchet, if you don't have one, I would recomned getting it, it will make the job so much easier and faster. There really is very little room to maneauvre inside the diffuser.
I was installing the ACP one so the bottom comes back a lot further which made it harder, if you aren't installng one of those then it can be done without removing wheels with an air ratchet.
Depending on how big you are would depend if you need to jack it up at the rear or not, but thats not so hard to do.
2006. Jet Black Pearl/Ebony/Linen. A6 3LT
Way too many Mods... my bank account hurts
I have instructions on how to remove the rear valance. If you'd like it PM me your email address and I'll be glad to send it to you.
__________________ 2005 Corvette C6 Coupe
Magnetic Red Metallic II/Cashmere, MN6, 1SB, F55
Lingenfelter 403 Conversion, LG Pro Headers (coated), Corsa Sport Exhaust, Lingenfelter CAI, Accusump, LGM Coil-Over Suspension & Bump-Steer Kit, T1 Sway Bars, Pfadt Control Arm Bushing Kit, Elite Eng. Tunnel Plate & Oil Catch-Can, SKF Racing Hubs/Bearings, AP Racing Brakes, DRM Brake Ducts, Custom Roll Bar, Sparco Seats, Wide-Booty, CCW C10 Wheels,Setup: LG Motorsports