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Nice, the black badges definately suit the car, was the boot spoiler easy to fit and were did you get it from.
 

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Nice, the black badges definately suit the car, was the boot spoiler easy to fit and were did you get it from.
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Got it from Amazon around a year ago - easy to fit as long as you get the alignment right
There's quite a few threads on the forum that discuss the CF Spoiler - here's one: Rear spoiler or not hope that helps :)
 

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New OEM Nero Edizione black exhaust tips fitted, look nice alongside already fitted OEM black Giulia and Veloce badges


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Nice did you remove the honeycomb trim or gain access from underneath for the tips.


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Nice did you remove the honeycomb trim or gain access from underneath for the tips.


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Well, I had planned on doing myself as just need to get undertray off really but it was in for its 2nd service last week so had them do it whilst up on ramps. It was up on ramps because the rear discs were badly scored and they needed to replace them and pads anyway. 2 birds.....and all that

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Well, I had planned on doing myself as just need to get undertray off really but it was in for its 2nd service last week so had them do it whilst up on ramps. It was up on ramps because the rear discs were badly scored and they needed to replace them and pads anyway. 2 birds.....and all that
Nice! Do mind advising where you got them? :)
 

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I can vouch for Squadra Sportiva and their Alfisti.shop
 
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small update from me, my exhaust tips were changed to 9cm (exhaust guys invention was 10cm diameter against my definite no for such), it looks finally how I wanted, not excessive (IMHO), and bigger vertical offset within a pair.
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Went to put on my new private reg which I've shortened. Had my doubts when I seen the original black backing plate, then taking it off to reveal the horrendous bullet holes. Why do they need so many screws for a plastic number plate.


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Went to put on my new private reg which I've shortened. Had my doubts when I seen the original black backing plate, then taking it off to reveal the horrendous bullet holes. Why do they need so many screws for a plastic number plate.


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Because they are a bunch of idiots who have no mechanical sympathy! To be fair all Giulias with the plate plinth are exactly the same. 4 screws for the plinth, then 2 screws to fix the plate to the plinth, the plate screw on the outer side is usually too long and makes another hole in the bumper when it goes through the plinth leaving you 5 holes in the bumper.
Just today I took my plinth off to check. I am planning on getting the holes filled and painted so that when my private plate gets transferred I can mount or stick a shorter plate directly.

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Because they are a bunch of idiots who have no mechanical sympathy! To be fair all Giulias with the plate plinth are exactly the same. 4 screws for the plinth, then 2 screws to fix the plate to the plinth, the plate screw on the outer side is usually too long and makes another hole in the bumper when it goes through the plinth leaving you 5 holes in the bumper.
Just today I took my plinth off to check. I am planning on getting the holes filled and painted so that when my private plate gets transferred I can mount or stick a shorter plate directly.

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Yeah totally agree. How big of a job is it to fill the holes? I've ordered a full sized plate for the front. Thankfully the rear only have 3 holes in the middle. I'm planning sticking both of them on. Why didn't they consider number plate tape!

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Yeah totally agree. How big of a job is it to fill the holes? I've ordered a full sized plate for the front. Thankfully the rear only have 3 holes in the middle. I'm planning sticking both of them on. Why didn't they consider number plate tape!

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It is a body shop job..they have quoted me £144 for filling and paint matching. I am still mulling it over.
 

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Yes. I know them well so maybe they gave me a good price. They had a Lambo being done while I went there.
 

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small update from me, my exhaust tips were changed to 9cm (exhaust guys invention was 10cm diameter against my definite no for such), it looks finally how I wanted, not excessive (IMHO), and bigger vertical offset within a pair.
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Do you have a link to the tips ... I like the look of that


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Do you have a link to the tips ... I like the look of that
It is at the moment at prototype stage, final version will be available but sometime later (do not know when), surelly I need one more visit, as last time they took final measurements, and only in some time they will have ready exhaust pipe splitter so all tips smoke (currently outer only), so one more visit there is required. The company is Ulter Sport (Tłumiki Sportowe Ulter - Ulter Sport) I'm not sure if they have some UK distributors or sell directly (I know they sell a lot into Italy and Germany - they have really good value Giulia/Stelvio valved exhaust)
 
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