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Old 09-15-2013, 04:26 PM   #1
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Mesh grill billet for g37 sedan

Trying to get opinions.. Kind off wanna show my I intakes but wanna keep it classy
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Hard to be classy with a billet grille, but if it were black maybe...

And if it were open enough to show off your intakes, then you should probably be using a rain-shield, all things considered. In that context, it's not so much your intakes that you're showing off, but the intake rain-shield, and maybe the front pipes. Is the rain-shield plastic or aluminum? Can you paint/powdercoat the shield? If it were powdercoated a deep gunmetal with a heavy gloss top-coat, that might look interesting.
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Hard to be classy with a billet grille, but if it were black maybe...

And if it were open enough to show off your intakes, then you should probably be using a rain-shield, all things considered. In that context, it's not so much your intakes that you're showing off, but the intake rain-shield, and maybe the front pipes. Is the rain-shield plastic or aluminum? Can you paint/powdercoat the shield? If it were powdercoated a deep gunmetal with a heavy gloss top-coat, that might look interesting.
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Cheap carbon fiber.. I saw a g35 with it looked clean however they didn't have visible intakes
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I don't personally care for CF trim pieces. If you could paint it body colored, while leaving the mesh black, maybe. And that center support on the bumper skin is body colored because it's all one piece. But there's no reason you couldn't paint it black.

For web-shopping, I'd really have so see this not so close up, in a variety of perspectives.

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I don't personally care for CF trim pieces. If you could paint it body colored, while leaving the mesh black, maybe. And that center support on the bumper skin is body colored because it's all one piece. But there's no reason you couldn't paint it black.

For web-shopping, I'd really have so see this not so close up, in a variety of perspectives.

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And another one... I'm undecided it may look clean with my black car
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My intakes may over do it however
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I know you're wanting to show your intakes, but as far as a nice clean front end it's hard to beat the emblem-free grill. Whenever I see those mesh grills I can't help but thinking of all those Chrysler 300s w/ those bug-catcher grills.

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I know you're wanting to show your intakes, but as far as a nice clean front end it's hard to beat the emblem-free grill.

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I know you're wanting to show your intakes, but as far as a nice clean front end it's hard to beat the emblem-free grill. Whenever I see those mesh grills I can't help but thinking of all those Chrysler 300s w/ those bug-catcher grills.
That's nice. Is it a custom job fabricating the center slats on the OEM grille, or is this an aftermarket grille entirely? Either way, it's a shame to see the center piece supporting the upper and lower section of the front bumper.


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Thought you were talking about the front grille.
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That's nice. Is it a custom job fabricating the center slats on the OEM grille, or is this an aftermarket grille entirely? Either way, it's a shame to see the center piece supporting the upper and lower section of the front bumper.




Thought you were talking about the front grille.
180 customs does them and their work is top-notch
http://www.myg37.com/forums/interior...s-details.html
And I guess the OP just wanted to keep us abreast of what else is going on w/ his car
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180 customs does them and their work is top-notch
http://www.myg37.com/forums/interior...s-details.html
And I guess the OP just wanted to keep us abreast of what else is going on w/ his car
Yup I had talked to you before about em. Think I might just stay stock n do a diff mod like gtr theme tails
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Yup I had talked to you before about em. Think I might just stay stock n do a diff mod like gtr theme tails
Glad you got your coilovers set up properly, and shoot me a PM if you want those tail cutouts
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Glad you got your coilovers set up properly, and shoot me a PM if you want those tail cutouts
For that do h have to remove the lights and is it easy to not mess up
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For that do h have to remove the lights and is it easy to not mess up
You do have to remove the lights, best to do it at a time where you won't be driving your car for 24 hrs. Lights are simple to remove, just 3 nuts hold them on. Project is easy, a bit time consuming but on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 the highest difficulty, I'd say this is a 2. If you mess it up you can always use some laquer thinner to remove then give it another shot.
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