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on the turbo version, is the entire front bumper one piece?

What I am interested is whether the under side of the bumper is a separate trim piece.

If the car goes over a steeper driveway, it may hit the under side of front bumper. If scratches are made, I wanted to know if the entire bumper would have to be replaced, or if the under/bottom side is separate trim pieces (driver and passenger) that can be replaced. 

I hope I am making sense with the above.

 

Thank you.

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From further research it appears that the bottom of the bumper is a separate piece from the front of bumper. 

I will greatly appreciate if someone can point out part number info for the bottom trim pieces, that will go under the bumper.

Thank you very much for help.

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I was able to locate tutorials on taking bumper off for air filter removal. Placed in diy section.  Now I know.

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Did the bumper removal yesterday.  I would never pay someone $500 to do it.  Removal is super easy.  Save yourself a bunch of money and DIY.

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