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install turbo bumper question


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Just got a turbo front bumper in for my 1999 996 C4 Cab. Since the left and right holes in the bumper do not match up with the air scoops for the radiators, what should my body shop do? The turbo bumper is an after market from http://www.nrauto.com/sub_index.asp?makeid...e&spage=Bodykit. I think Kevin M must have gone through a similar question when he installed his front bumper. If you are reading this Kevin, can you give me any suggestions? Thanks -- Tony

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In the two pictures attached, the air scoops do not fit in with the new turbo bumper openings on the left and right side as circled. The air scoops actually protrude into the area where the center opening of the turbo bumper is. Since there are no latches to hold the air scoops in place to the aftermarket bumper like there was on the factory, what should be done in order to properly fit the new bumper? I am concerned about proper air flow to the radiator as well as a finished look. Could you take a pic of your car so that I can see into the 3 front opening of the bumper? I want to see how yours is mounted.

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