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      12-08-2017, 05:46 PM   #1
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anyone know how big that exhaust cutout on the regular non m sport bumper is?

Hello, I plan to make a 3d model of the Quad Tip Marking Template that they sell for roughly $ usd 40. I'm currently at my university right now but I don't have access to my car to measure the actual bumper cutout size on the left side, can you guys help me out please?
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      12-09-2017, 09:43 PM   #2
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I’m sure it would be easier to just obtane the actual template. More accurate too. Try contacting the company of the exhaust your fitting. Remus provided one for me before I switched to a bumper with a diffuser (which is the the best way to go).
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I can measure it for you tomorrow morning.
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I can measure it for you tomorrow morning.
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I’m sure it would be easier to just obtane the actual template. More accurate too. Try contacting the company of the exhaust your fitting. Remus provided one for me before I switched to a bumper with a diffuser (which is the the best way to go).
I would have but being a college student I don't really have $40 to spend on a one time use ya feel
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Can't you just measure the other side and duplicate on the passenger side.
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Can't you just measure the other side and duplicate on the passenger side.
I tried to do that but the problem is that, it has a uneven U shape so i cant simply just reverse it
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      12-22-2017, 01:26 PM   #8
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Take cardboard, take it up and cut out the shape slowly. You will never get an accurate cut and it will be off. you just need to eye ball it but the card board will help.
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