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Is there any places in australia that i can source a different body/lip kit for my sportivo?

Has anyone had any luck importing stuff? if so, was it worth it?

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I have imported my rear body kit from Australia with no problems - it was a genuine part with dual exhaust.

Customs aren't too complicated with this sort of stuff when importing.

http://www.andysautosport.com/toyota/2007_2011_camry/exterior/body_kits/ has a few different brands that supply different body kits.

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Haha costed me an arm and a leg - let's say I'm never doing that again lol

Car mate is an Australian import company - you can find a few things on their site too

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At the moment you have the sportivo (aka SE over in the states).

If you plan on changing the kit, you will need new bumpers for the front and back. Side skits aren't a problem.

Reason being they are held together with clips through use of slots and holes.

If you were to pull apart the back or front lip , there will be slots all over.

So if you want to change , I suggest you find a spare bumper from the wreckers for the upgrade, to save yourself time and abit of money (repairing the slots wouldn't be easy and cheap)

That way you can upgrade, but also have the stock sportivo ready to be installed if you were to sell etc.

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Thanks guys! I'm a little bit put off now... As I'm still a p plater and don't have that much money. Pedders Lowering springs and rims will do for now.

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Carmate has a good bumper and wing. I wasn't really that interested in changing the side skirts or rear.. So I reckon I'll go down that path.

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At the moment you have the sportivo (aka SE over in the states).

If you plan on changing the kit, you will need new bumpers for the front and back. Side skits aren't a problem.

Reason being they are held together with clips through use of slots and holes.

If you were to pull apart the back or front lip , there will be slots all over.

So if you want to change , I suggest you find a spare bumper from the wreckers for the upgrade, to save yourself time and abit of money (repairing the slots wouldn't be easy and cheap)

That way you can upgrade, but also have the stock sportivo ready to be installed if you were to sell etc.

Thanks for the advice mate, but I'll be keeping this car till after I finish uni. :) it's only got 75000 ks on it and it's immaculate inside and out. It'll stay my daily driver when I invest in a big 4wd for a weekender.

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