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Hi guys,

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, admins please move to correct location if so.

I searched the forum via google but wasnt able to find this question posted anywhere.

Does anyone know where i could get the same front lip from the S204? I have tried to look on Autoart spares but had no luck. Essentially i want it to fit it to the 2006 STI. Pics below to reference what i am talking about. Have also checked eBay with no luck.

This front lip


to install on this model below;



Picture credits go to the owners, stock images found on google search as im at work.

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks guys!
 

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Thanks so much mate, exactly what i was looking for! Really appreciate it.

Ive never prepped and painted any parts so it will be my first time but im sure theres DIY's around which will help with that.
No problem mate. Yeah there should be some painting tutorials on here. I'd recommend some Tamiya spray paints for the job, they're really easy to use.
 

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TK has these in resin if you're able to prep and paint it yourself:

https://tkdiecast.co...2006-front-lip/
Thanks so much mate, exactly what i was looking for! Really appreciate it.

Ive never prepped and painted any parts so it will be my first time but im sure theres DIY's around which will help with that.
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you can find information in Paint, Decals and Surface Work about this if you need it. or make a thread there if you dont find what you are looking for.
 

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TK has these in resin if you're able to prep and paint it yourself:

https://tkdiecast.co...2006-front-lip/
Thanks so much mate, exactly what i was looking for! Really appreciate it.

Ive never prepped and painted any parts so it will be my first time but im sure theres DIY's around which will help with that.
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you can find information in Paint, Decals and Surface Work about this if you need it. or make a thread there if you dont find what you are looking for.
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Thanks Alex, yep that was my first point of call, ill check that out and see how i go. Its a small part to start with so should be some good practice for me.
 
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