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RoShamBo

Will A Gt2 Front Bumper Fit A Tt ?

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Quickie - will a GT2 front bumper go straight onto a 996 TT ?

Quite like the aggresive look of the GT2 so toying with the idea....

Ro.

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Quickie - will a GT2 front bumper go straight onto a 996 TT ?

Quite like the aggresive look of the GT2 so toying with the idea....

Ro.

They can be put on - see carnewal - not sure how hard it is.

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Yes, it will, but you need a number of genuine Motorsport (GT2) parts to have it done properly. I am very pleased with the work done on my 2004 TT.

And will cost more than £2400 if ALL required parts (proper wheel arch liners, brackets and other parts for fitting the centre radiator at an angle, etc.) are used and all quality painted and fitted. Many "suppliers" will give just the external parts and not replace what they should in the "invisible" areas. Beware!

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unfortunately there needs to be modifications for it to work and fit properly.

as the GT2 has a vent for the air, the center radiator has to be modified, also there are diffrent mounts.

its a fairly standard job however, as many people choose to do this to their turbos.

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So if you're looking at the doing the conversion, the bumpers range from $1500 to $3200 US$ (depending on quality and material), and any out there that has done it right, do you have a price and part numbers for the Porsche bits that will be needed?

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