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tegiwa bolt and washer dress up kit

Has anyone fitted these and if so what do you need to take apart to get all the slam panel ones done as i assume you need to remove the grill or something.
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Don't think they actually attach. IIRC they just rested them in for the photo.

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Well i think they do cause they come with nuts bolts and washers but I can only fit five out of eight.
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my next project,getting my engine bay to look like this
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Fantastic looking engine bay and always wondered what the Mugen Grille would look like carbon wrapped / dipped, looks real good
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Had these fitted myself.

You have to drill out the holes to around 10mm or so. This it all fits. Issue with that is that when you come to sell the car it wont be able to go back to clips however this isnt too much of a problem as for 36 or what ever it is for the kit you may as well just leave them on.
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You will need some rubber rivnuts. We now supply them in the kit for FN2/EP3. As andrew said above, the holes will need to be drilled out to take the rivets.

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Fantastic looking engine bay and always wondered what the Mugen Grille would look like carbon wrapped / dipped, looks real good

Its not Wrappes or Dipped...... Its real carbon...
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Where did you find the main relais cover ?
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You will need some rubber rivnuts. We now supply them in the kit for FN2/EP3. As andrew said above, the holes will need to be drilled out to take the rivets.

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Any pics/links of these rivnuts? As I've got password jdm washers and was wondering how to fit them to the landing panel.
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Any pics/links of these rivnuts? As I've got password jdm washers and was wondering how to fit them to the landing panel.
You can also use this rubber type (usually found in motorcycle fairings ) :
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You can also use this rubber type (usually found in motorcycle fairings ) :
That's what's provided by tegiwa. 8 units total in the kit.
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That's what's provided by tegiwa. 8 units total in the kit.
Metal rivnut (special tool is needed to lock tem in place ), M6 thread 9mm O.D. :
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Cheers guys as I thought this was a pop the clips and install the kit. Thanks again
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I just messed my pants!

If only I could get my daily driver to this level of detailing!

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Only slightly!!?:P
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