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    Hmm, I kinda assumed these lips were, for a want of better words, a sealed unit, but this pic suggests it's more of a shell. Kinda looks unfinished, but I still love the look from above


    Also, I'm reading that you have to remove the plastic engine tray when fitting, but can it be fitted back on once the lip is installed, or is it a case of shoving it into the dark corners of the garage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trance View Post
    Hmm, I kinda assumed these lips were, for a want of better words, a sealed unit, but this pic suggests it's more of a shell. Kinda looks unfinished, but I still love the look from above

    Wow. I thought the same too. I didn't realise they were hollow as such.


    It looks different on this photo though?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trance View Post
    Hmm, I kinda assumed these lips were, for a want of better words, a sealed unit, but this pic suggests it's more of a shell. Kinda looks unfinished, but I still love the look from above


    Also, I'm reading that you have to remove the plastic engine tray when fitting, but can it be fitted back on once the lip is installed, or is it a case of shoving it into the dark corners of the garage?
    you can fit the plastic undertray back on after the lip is installed.

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    You shouldn't have to take the tray off completely. If anything, probably just take the necessary screws out.

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    I removed the plastic undertray as you need to be able to access the nuts on the other end of the bolts you can see in the pic. It is a tight squeeze trying to get your hand and a spanner in there but worth the effort in the end. To confirm you can replace the undertray once done.

    Quote Originally Posted by _Just View Post

    Wow. I thought the same too. I didn't realise they were hollow as such.


    It looks different on this photo though?


    No idea what that picture is of Justin, that top bit is not a standard part of the lip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prodigy View Post
    No idea what that picture is of Justin, that top bit is not a standard part of the lip.
    That photo is off a GTI lip. The standard underpart comes off and you initially bolt the lip to that and then, when it's back in position, you can properly line up the rest of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geo View Post
    That photo is off a GTI lip. The standard underpart comes off and you initially bolt the lip to that and then, when it's back in position, you can properly line up the rest of them.
    Oh ok, that would make installation a tad easier on the GTI i guess. Hardest part about install on the R i found was that as the lip doesn't utilise any existing bolts, trying to make sure the lip was on straight before drilling took me a while.
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    Can this be done on the standard mkv front bar?
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    Is it still possible to source one of these for a Golf R?
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    Quote Originally Posted by R4TEDR View Post
    Is it still possible to source one of these for a Golf R?
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