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Posted: Fri Feb 25, 2005 9:34 pm 
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my brother is getting an sr kit for his ba xt and i am going to put the skirts on the xf they nealy fit straiht on all i have to do is shorten it by about 50 mm or somthing and attach with some small screw and paint it i will post pics when done his kit arrives tuesday hopefully

but can i get some opinions before i do it do you think it will look alright then i will see how many people change their minds

 

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Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2005 1:29 am 
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i cant picture it mate
but im guessing it would look awsome

 

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Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2005 3:01 am 
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tht woudl look sik. theere is some person with BA skirts ion his EF i think and it looks cool and it fitted cool

 

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Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2005 9:04 am 
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It should look really good, but it wont look as good as this guys xf that he had at nmit in heidelberg yesterday.
He had a ssv front bar (EB GT LOOKA LIKE)
Custom rear bar made from an au xr8 and el
And had ts50 side skirts.

The whole lot was in primer and it looked really tough. He told me that the skirts took ages to get right cause they didn't match up to the sills. The skirt fitted at the bottom of the doors but he had nothing to screw into to hold the skirt on at the bottom. He custom fibreglassed the inside of the skirt to make a mounting position.

The base of the rear bar was made from the xr8 series 3. The top was off an el for some reason and he then fibreglassed the 2 together and got them to match up with tail lights and the side panels.

The whole will look great when its finished.

I go back to tafe in 4 weeks so i'm taking the digital camera and getting some photos.

Has anyone else seen it apart from me?

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Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:25 am 
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never seen it.
i got the BA XR side skirts on my EF.. fitted basically like your saying?
just lopped about 35mm off the end and it goes straight on :P

http://www.effalcon.com/pics/mycar/cust ... g_0457.gif

 

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