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Old October 19th, 2016, 01:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Wake modifier rear bumper installation HELP

i just got my aero kit and having trouble installing some pieces. i have no clue what the rubber pipe is for in the kit. the installation guide is not very helpful. how do i put it on?
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Old October 21st, 2016, 12:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It looks like a radiator reroute tube. The new bumper with that kit might interfere with the OEM radiator hose, so they gave you a new one that has the correct bends in it. That or a fuel filler reroute, but that would only be needed if there were serious rear bumper modification. It can be seen in picture 4 at the top of the paper(left side). Hope that helps.

Edit: If it is rubber/silicone like an intake or radiator pipe, its not for fuel as gasoline eats rubber. If it were a filler tube it would be metal or a hard composite/plastic. The only other thing I can think of it being is a rain gutter collection tube (rain runs down trunk rails into rear bumper and it drains out through the tube) I don't remember seeing this last time I was under the back of my car though, but I wasn't looking for it either.
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How much was the kit?

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how much was the kit?

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it was $400 shipped from parts.com and its the painted steel blue
the painted steel blue seem to be the cheapest for some reason. The unpainted primer kit cost $850. My car is black so i bought the steel blue and got it painted for $400. The dealership price is $950 for the primer unpainted kit.
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So some mother fucker hit my car when it was snow the other day and the center of my wake modifier under the LP has a little gap now the is no bolt or brackets there so I'm guessing it either 3 m double side or adhesive glue any input
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