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Front Spoiler Adjustment On An Aerokit 1

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I recently installed an Aerokit 1 on my 2000 Boxster S, and the guy's who installed it left a pretty significant gap between the top of the bumper and the bottom of the hood (see pic, hood is fully down). They said that they couldn't fit it in more because there was a "stopper" that physically prevented them from getting a tighter fit. Now there's a whistling noise when I drive around 60mph, so it's getting a lil annoying :( There's also a little gap under the bottom of each headlight. Does anybody have instructions on how to take off the front bumper so that I can try to adjust the bumper for a tighter fit? Thanks.


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If you look at my 3rd Radiator DIY (Loren's DIY pages link at the top of this page) I cover removing the front bumper. You will see that you likely will need to slightly loose all the front bumper screws... then move the bumper and tighten them down again.

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