Razzi/Duraflex kit on a second gen

Ryanthelsman

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Hey Lincoln forums!
Been a while and iv had some good progress. Cars running, driving, and all the leaks were solved. (Blown power-steering line and a bad water pump). Anyways im getting close to registering the car and am starting to look at modifications.
I was wondering if anyone has any experience with the razzi/duraflex rip off kits and trying to get them on a second gen. I have an 04 v8. If anyone has done it or even knows what has to be changed that would be great. Couldn’t find to much on here looking.
 

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Hey Lincoln forums!
Been a while and iv had some good progress. Cars running, driving, and all the leaks were solved. (Blown power-steering line and a bad water pump). Anyways im getting close to registering the car and am starting to look at modifications.
I was wondering if anyone has any experience with the razzi/duraflex rip off kits and trying to get them on a second gen. I have an 04 v8. If anyone has done it or even knows what has to be changed that would be great. Couldn’t find to much on here looking.
I've got a duraflex kit on my Honda (yes it's on purpose. Theme is 90s rice)

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More to the point, they are not bad for the price. Bad casting aside, the material is flexible or that lip would have ripped off the bumper about 2 says after I installed it. You will have lots of body work ahead and don't forget to wipe the whole thing down to remove the leftover oily residue from the manufacturing process. Also I do not have a wing because even shameless builds have limits.
 

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