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Old 08-06-2008, 02:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey just wondering a good place to get a rear jdm bumber im having truoble finding some where on the interweb for it. also wondering if anyone who has one had any troubles with putting it one or if its an easy thing to do
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I just listed a shit load of links on my forum for this very thing...

Driveline Motorsports and 201 motorsports sell it.

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all right thanks ill go check it out i must have passed over it when i was on there
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there is also the Vendor section on EvoM, if i remember correctly 201 MS and Gruppe-S have them on hand.
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Old 08-06-2008, 09:07 PM   #6 (permalink)
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ok so next part of the questions is are the 8 and 9 bumpers interchangable? not sure if they have the same mounting or not i kinda like the 9 jdm ones better
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ok so next part of the questions is are the 8 and 9 bumpers interchangable? not sure if they have the same mounting or not i kinda like the 9 jdm ones better
front bumper covers are interchangable. no difference underneath. if that is your question?

rear JDM bumper uses a different crash beam underneath, but the cover bolts on the same. and certain exhaust's have fitment issues with the JDM rear.
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I was more wondering about the rear bumpers but sounds like its a little bit of work.

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i was more wondering about the rear bumbers but sounds like its lil bit of work
just leave the rear crash beam out, that's what most people do. and there is an "exhaust fitment" thread on evoM, sticky'ed on the top of the show and shine section, pretty much covers all the exhaust's available.

ps, the color is not a great match, but it's tolerable.
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is the hood on the VII's interchangeable with the VIII and IX's? Also what about the headlights and fenders? Troy, might be more work then anticipated?
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is the hood on the VII's interchangeable with the VIII and IX's? Also what about the headlights and fenders? Troy, might be more work then anticipated?
it's all interchangable, same chassis. only crash beams underneath are different as U.S. has the 5mph impact absorbers that the rest of the world doesn't get.

real mitsu headlights should bolt right up (there are counterfeit out there). 7 fenders are exactly the same as 8's and 9's.

hood bolts up as well, only the front nose/vents are different.

full conversion to look exactly like a JDM 7 exterior would be:

headlights (7 has an amber turn signal lens, clear city/running light, chrome housing)
Front bumper cover and impact absorber, lower lip
hood (diff shape, although you can still use the stock hood on a 7 front bump)
rear bumper cover and impact absorber (JDM 7 and 8 have the same bumper, nothing like the U.S. one)
tail lights
Factory wheels are different as well, good luck finding them

Read: not cheap. bumpers come in color, hoods don't.
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