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I have Owned my car now for over a year and still enjoying it :) I've lowered it 30mm and added a set of 18" alloys. Front splitter. Loads of other bits done like my home made front grill and much more.. hope you like it.
 

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Looks good Peter, I will look out for you at Asda, I will be parked in the disabled spaces.
 

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I used a fly eye kit. It's not the easiest to do because the lights have so many different angles, but looks good if it turns out ok.
 

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No Jamie88. I bought a second hand grill and some honeycomb mesh and made it myself. A lot of cutting and pretty much no room for error, but if you are good at making bits and bobs you should be ok.. mine was made in my garden shed.

To be honest I've changed A lot on the car again. Looks a bit different now.
 

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I can imagine no room for error haha. Did you use the second hand grill as a template or did u fit the grill into it ? I basically want to make my b max as close to looking like an st. It's not to everyone's taste but I like it. I got the aftermarket exhaust installed with twin pipes il try get a photo up if I figure how to
 

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I cut it out mate. But I left in some of the backing part where the number plate goes, this just adds strength to the grill. Then your number plate hides that part.be careful as it can loose shape when gluing in the mesh. I used tiger seal. But make sure you use a 2nd grill. Mistakes can happen and you'll be stuck without 1 lol
 

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No, I swapped them with the guy I got the 18's off. He had an ST that was going back so he needed standards back on.
 
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