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Painted Wheel Arch Extensions, Spoilers and Mud Flaps

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I've installed my new parts. I ordered the OEM wheel arch extensions, mud flaps and a new set of "spoilers" (Porsches' name, not mine). I've had them painted to match the car. My cousin did the job and did a fantastic job!! He used a product called Bull Dog to get the paint to stick. The paint company guarantees that the paint will not chip off. I'll let everyone know in a few months on how it stands-up to the weather. I know a lot of people have had issues with this.

I also installed my clear marker lights and painted (red) Cayenne Turbo badge.

Anyway, here's some photos.



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  • 2 months later...

It's been a couple of months since I installed the wheel arch extensions, mud flaps and spoilers that I installed. I thought I would give everyone an update...they're holding up great. The wheel arch extensions did get a few chips due to a drastic inscrease in sand and gravel that was added to the salt due to a salt shortage in Ohio. I noticed it on my wifes car too and a drastic increase in sand and gravel that built up in the garage this winter. The mud flaps and spoilers are holding up great. The mud flaps look a lot better since I installed 22" wheels. The wheels fill up the fender a lot more and make the mud flaps more proportinal to the car. Now the wheels stick out the same amount as the mud flaps. I used the OEM spacers on the back.

Anyway...the paint is holding up on the mud flaps. BTW, my body shop used a product called Bulldog and added a lot of flexer to the paint to ensure adhesion and flexibility.

Matt B)

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