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Removal of front bumper 997

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I want to purchase the excellent looking grills for the front air intakes on my 997 made by cargraphics. The British importer, Stuttgard Connection tells me that the bumper assembly needs to be partially unbolted to ease the grills into plce from the inside and that a competant body shop should oblige. I am due to take my car top France next week and dont have the time to arrange a bodyshop fitting. Does anybody know if it is a straight forward task for a reasonable do it yourselfer as I can get the parts delivered by the weekend and could put some time over the weekend to fit them.

I have some concerns about rubbish damaging the radiators housed in the inatakes and the grills look god also.


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While they may look good, you are restricting the airflow to your rads and can overheat much more quickly. Most would reccomend just visually inspecting the rads (front AND back) for debris and just clean it out.

I considered them as well until I did the research and then opted not to install them.....last thing I want is my car to overheat because of something I did for looks.

But to each his own.

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