Acquire a zenki bumper lip and pull out all the metal bracing. Here is mine after being sanded down and de-greased.
Now you must paint it. I went with rubberized flat black because I wouldn’t sure how long regular paint would hold up. I’m not sure it looks ‘right’, espically since I had painted my old little lip gloss black. I may pull it off tomorrow and paint it gloss black and see how it goes.
Drill holes in the stock little lip that line up the holes in the zenki bumper. You will be zip-tieing the bumpers together. I think this is a good solution because you can easily remove it if you get really stuck, and it should help prevent damage to the bumper if you hit something because it will break away. A crummy picture of a couple of holes drilled (sorry for the quality)
I don’t know if anyone else had this problem … I lined up the bumper with the wheel wells and ziptied it there too …
But now it didn’t sit flush with the old lip … it sticks a little too far out?
But anyway you don’t notice unless you are right up close to the car looking down, and it helps the lip make the front of the car more menacing.
You’re done! That was an easy one
It is QUITE low … and it definetly scrapes the ground a bit. A lot. Holding up fine however, and I’m starting to really like how it looks. Now all I need is sideskirts and this car will finally look as low as it acutally is. Stay tuned to me and bing were going to work that out real soon
FYI: Fair market value for these lips: $60 to $80 depending on condition. I know a lot of people think they are worth way more or way less … but in this area that’s a fair price to ask / pay.