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Old 02-14-2019, 02:06 AM
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Hey does anyone have pictures of these splash guards installed on their ZR1's.
How are they working out?
I saw the pictures from their website, I'd like to see them for real....Thanks
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Old 02-14-2019, 11:55 AM
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I just got mine last week. I had made a thread about them and a couple guys put pics up. I don't know how to get their pics up on here. Try searching it and you should be able to see the pics. I'm having mine installed next week.
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I installed the XL's. Cheapest investment to protect your paint. Protects all areas. No chips from the Cup 2's. Nobody has noticed them.
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I think they look and work great I highly recommend them to protect your investment along with PPF.

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I put mine on in the rain at the delivering dealership before I drove home. Easy install, kneepads help. Only heed a 7mm hex and a small torx driver. I didn't need a pry bar, OEM ones came out easy with careful yanking. Just follow the included instructions.
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Pry bar?!?!
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Pry bar?!?!
To be technical "interior panel removal tool" Which is a pry bar. A very small, plastic bar for prying.
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Originally Posted by Palantirion View Post
I put mine on in the rain at the delivering dealership before I drove home. Easy install, kneepads help. Only heed a 7mm hex and a small torx driver. I didn't need a pry bar, OEM ones came out easy with careful yanking. Just follow the included instructions.
Did you also do the brake scoops?
I don't see much difference between the ones that come on the car?
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Originally Posted by c5c6c7 View Post
Did you also do the brake scoops?
I don't see much difference between the ones that come on the car?
-No, I'm not tracking it for a while. I'll do the scoops and exhaust parts then. Might leave them on, might not.
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Put mine on a few weeks ago after I had them Xpel'd. They work great and makes the car look more aggressive.




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Those look great! Painted SGM before install? Thanks!
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Installed full set Friday. Very high quality and they even ship with new clips. It took 5 minutes per wheel to install them. The composite is impregnated with the color to help prevent any chips from showing. Like the rest of the car, I wrapped these too anyway.

Highly recommend...





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Thanks a lot...those are really great pictures...I'm going to order them on Monday....
By the way...Are you really a Repo Pilot?
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Glad they helped 5.6.7. The ZR still looks bad azz with them installed and not like a dump truck. High quality product and a perfect fit.

As to your other question, Yes - I am. But I only deal with Boeings and Airbuses. As a matter of fact I'm headed out of the country tomorrow on "another excellent adventure". That said, and with all respect, I'd appreciate trying to keep the thread on-topic.
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Originally Posted by c5c6c7 View Post
Did you also do the brake scoops?
I don't see much difference between the ones that come on the car?
Check out the Carbon Fiber scoops and other carbon trim items at WeaponX. Also highly recommend.
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Hi Repo Pilot,
Appreciate your current + prior responses/photos - always spot on!
I'm picking up my ZR at the Museum this Friday: it's the same color as yours. Will do same "mud flaps." Looking at your great photos, it's hard to tell from my 60+ year-old eyes, but were yours available same as car color or did you have them painted? If so, how much? Expel was great idea: extra cost by installer or package deal? Thanks in advance! And congrats!
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Originally Posted by Repo Pilot View Post
Installed full set Friday. Very high quality and they even ship with new clips. It took 5 minutes per wheel to install them. The composite is impregnated with the color to help prevent any chips from showing. Like the rest of the car, I wrapped these too anyway.

Highly recommend...




What size (or model) are your rock guards? They look wider than mine in your pics.
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Originally Posted by Palantirion View Post
What size (or model) are your rock guards? They look wider than mine in your pics.
I believe he has the same as mine. Those are the ACSComposite XL Rock Guards.

https://acscomposite.com/collections...n-start-up-kit
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