|Carbon GT-R Blade|
The parts are of a pretty good quality and fit. Getting the existing spoiler blade was not fun as these are fitted with a Torx headed bolt.
The carbon blade itself doesn't have the same fittings as that of the original and is only held in place by two M6 bolts and washers.
For the Carbon End Caps you have to do some more work to get them to fit and make up the clips that slot in the opposite end to the bolt holes. Oh, you also have to drill out the bolt holes as well!
I did toy with the idea of being quite artistic but after hunting around the garage I simply straightened a couple of fuel hose clips, chopped them up and bent them to shape.
|Home made clips|
Nervously I drilled a couple of holes, amazingly I got them in the right place first go. Clipped on the caps, tightened the screws and job done.
|GT-R End Caps (No Logo)|
|Because one picture is never enough!|
Alas as you can see from the photo's, reflections on a back car make it difficult to get a good shot, especially without getting my own reflection in the picture as well!
I did see a fellow blogger had also fitted end caps and made clips... Alas my stupid computer crashed and you think I can find that page again. If I stumble back across it I will be sure to post it here.
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