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I am trying to locate screens that will fit a 997 Aerocup Kit front radiator area.

Who sells these things? What do they look like? How much of a PITA is it to install these? Do they come in color options?

I hate the fact the radiators are wide open to all type of debris with the Aerokit.

Thanking you in advance!

Deanski

Dr. Shine

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You may have to make your own. If the look is unimportant use tilesetters expanded metal lath like all the cheap ricer aero stuff. If you want a real quality and asthetics you should use stainess woven mesh like Jaguar uses today and has been the standard for decades on racing and rallye machines.

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I am trying to locate screens that will fit a 997 Aerocup Kit front radiator area.

Who sells these things? What do they look like? How much of a PITA is it to install these? Do they come in color options?

I hate the fact the radiators are wide open to all type of debris with the Aerokit.

Thanking you in advance!

Deanski

Dr. Shine

You can get the screens from Performance Products.

They come in black or silver and cost $300 for the set.

Hope this helps .

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I am trying to locate screens that will fit a 997 Aerocup Kit front radiator area.

Who sells these things? What do they look like? How much of a PITA is it to install these? Do they come in color options?

I hate the fact the radiators are wide open to all type of debris with the Aerokit.

Thanking you in advance!

Deanski

Dr. Shine

You can get the screens from Performance Products.

They come in black or silver and cost $300 for the set.

Hope this helps .

THANKS JEAN! :thumbup:

I'll be looking at these shortly.

Just today as I was getting ready to park it in the garage, there is a curb that sticks out from the garage area to assist downspout runoff. I pulled too far up and wacked the front Aerokit lip! Pulled it right off the passenger side. Lucky these can be snapped back in, but the corner of it is held by a screw. **** IT! :censored: I've been so carefull up to this point.

After calling my dealer, come to find out that the new GT3 lower lip is in a satin finish and the original is primer finished. Gess which one I'm ordering from Germany? :D

Thanks once again,

Deanski,

Dr. Shine.

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I don't think the Cargraphic screens will fit an Aerokit front openings. I asked Cargraphics a while back and they informed me that they will not work/fit. They wanted to know if my car was going to be in Germany longer, but no-go.

I'll have to check with them one more time to be sure.

Thanks!

Deanski,

Dr. Shine

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Believe it or not the guys from RUF Dallas get theirs from Home Depot of all places. I've seen it on Hans' car and it actually looks pretty good. BTW, they are black screens.

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Believe it or not the guys from RUF Dallas get theirs from Home Depot of all places. I've seen it on Hans' car and it actually looks pretty good. BTW, they are black screens.

Now that's funny! :lol: I'm always at a THD, so one day I'll look around.

After checking around, I hear Farnbacher-Loles also offer a screen set for the Aerokits as well.

With fall now in effect, leaves are going to find there way into these areas and want to avoid that problem as well as rocks.

Seems that one has to also remove the entire front bumper for install. As long as it works and looks good I'm all for it!

Already, I had to change my lower front lip on the Aero to a GT3 one as it was damaged by curb rash hits. The GT3 is a matte black as it is. Original would have to be re-shot with paint. Seeing I'm going to go through these often, I went with the GT3 ones.

Regards,

Deanski

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