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Brera Ti (S) Exterior Styling

Hello.. Novitec front spoiler, only with screws, without glue...

...to be continued with some mods in the future..

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Very nice... is that just attached to the stock front bumper?
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It fits correclty at the bottom o f the bumper..it/s about 3-4cm lower now the bottom of the bumper.
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Stunning looking. Bravo!
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What about the new grill painted with the PlastiDip...Any time i can re-do the original grill..
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Autodelta sideskirts, Novitec front spoiler, Smoked side lights, Plastidiped side grill, and hood vents
Thats my exterior project looks like
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menacing looks, very very nice!
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thx man. these are Photoshop. they will be fitted all except hood vents, in a month.
also I am thinking if the hood vents looking good? they are from BMW e92 MP3 and they are from real carbon
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shame we all have to spoil the front of our Breras with rectangular white plastic number plate!

Looks good, could never even consider it with the speed humps round here

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what are your opinions about the hood vents?
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what are your opinions about the hood vents?
Horrible IMO. The rest of the mods look really good. Hood vents = boy racer as we say over here. Unless you have an engine that really needs them, they are silly and spoil the lines of the car. Just MO of course.
 
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Another photoshop modification before the original..
Carbon wing mirror
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Another photoshop modification before the original..
Carbon wing mirror
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nope don't like the wing mirrors ....everything else looks ace!
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The first pic you've posted of your Brera at the top of this thread is awesome
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Very nice - looks mean!
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might be being thick here but is it roof spoiler or bottom of bumper spoiler????
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bottom of bumper spoiler...
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Ah, looks good then!
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4x4 carbon fiber V weave (Pagani Zonda style) been laminated to the boot spoiler.
Total cost 230euros, or about 190pounds.


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