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Old 9/23/13, 10:21 PM
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Added a few mods to stand out in the herd.

First the headlight splitters from MMD.
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Old 9/23/13, 10:28 PM
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Then some Carbon Fiber under the hood to cover the cheap looking factory plastic and I think it compliments my AEM CAI's grey powder coating nicely. Soon to come will be my Redline hood struts and painted covers for both the battery and master cylinder all just patiently waiting in boxes until I have time to install.
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I've only seen those splitters look good on white cars. So nonetheless looks good on your car! Are you able to see both daytime runners still with them on there?
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Originally Posted by Hadtohaveit'13 View Post
I've only seen those splitters look good on white cars. So nonetheless looks good on your car! Are you able to see both daytime runners still with them on there?
Thanks and yes the splitters fit nicely in the middle. I was also worried about them blocking my lights but I only notice slight degradation and with fogs on I can't tell at all. My low beams are so bright I never even use my high beams so I am pleased with the result. I am also not a fan of the splitters on dark colors or older models.
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I agree the headlight splitters tend to look much cleaner on lighter colored paint. White is one of my favorites though!

I really like the carbon fiber cover for the overflow tank and fuse box. It definitely matches your AEM intake and flows well with the grey in your engine bay. Good job overall!

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First the headlight splitters from MMD.
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question : Did you lose or notice any light power reduction with the splitters added ? Are they just a tape on install?
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Splitters ftw.
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