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Front Bar removal for 2003 Sportivo


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I know the front grille has to be removed/unscrewed and there are a few more along the left and right wheel arches.

Anywhere else like underneath and does the front lip needs to be detached seperately?

Pictures would be nice :D

Thanks guys.

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I took mine off, was a pain in the *****, getting back on was an even bigger pain in the *****.

Simo

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aahahah i know my front bar was a mission to get off to install my HID's,

How about to get it on?

Its a 2 person job regardless yeh?

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Done!

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All this sh!t just so that i could put some mesh there.

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Thanks all u guys 4 d help!!!!!!!!

Looks good, but I think mesh on the facelift has a greater effect on the look. And it saves a sh!tload of weight. The plastic air dam thing weighs a tonne and does nothing to protect the radiator <_< Good job :)

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I don't find it that hard to remove the front bar. The first time was a bit scary. Was afraid I'd snap something but thanks to Jeremy, it was easy as :)

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Done!

All this sh!t just so that i could put some mesh there.

Thanks all u guys 4 d help!!!!!!!!

Looks good, but I think mesh on the facelift has a greater effect on the look. And it saves a sh!tload of weight. The plastic air dam thing weighs a tonne and does nothing to protect the radiator <_< Good job :)

I don't find it that hard to remove the front bar. The first time was a bit scary. Was afraid I'd snap something but thanks to Jeremy, it was easy as :)

I have to agree, definately gives it more "BANG" on the facelift

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Any clearer pictures that makes the grille more visible?

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Done!

All this sh!t just so that i could put some mesh there.

Thanks all u guys 4 d help!!!!!!!!

Looks good, but I think mesh on the facelift has a greater effect on the look. And it saves a sh!tload of weight. The plastic air dam thing weighs a tonne and does nothing to protect the radiator <_< Good job :)

I don't find it that hard to remove the front bar. The first time was a bit scary. Was afraid I'd snap something but thanks to Jeremy, it was easy as :)

I have to agree, definately gives it more "BANG" on the facelift

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Any clearer pictures that makes the grille more visible?

Don't reallly have better shots. I think Jeremy has one..

is removing the front bar for the facelift pretty similar to the prefacelift?

Yeah pretty much but you have no grill to remove.

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