trust me.. i work in an auto body shop... i've put on a buncha body kits on talons, and hondas and shit... the fiberglass ones aren't worth all the trouble and time and shit... the urethane ones are usually pretty good and don't need any modifying... just paint em and bolt em on...thisisrdg said:<<polyurethane or fiberglass??>>
Fiberglass and bondo, lots of bondo.
i am almost certain that an urethane bumper would not have broken.. if anything.. if it flexed enough.. the paint would crack.. but thats a LOT easier to sand out then having to repair a crack inthe bumper...girlracer said:damn ryan came outta the woods :lol:
i know about fiberglass breaking, i've got a small crack on the driver side on the fx on my car, i was pulling into my friends yard, bottomed out, and she broke, it aint bad, but just one more damn thing to fix.
well right now i dont think they have any experience with urthene (i could be wrong) but trust me those kits would be very expensivebratok said:So, geeds, since you're on the short leg with Diza, maybe you could inquire about possible costs of making the kit out of urethane?
well if u watch where u drive u wont have probs i drive my car carefully when i first got mine i cracked mine but was able to fix itbratok said:Way to establish a competitive edge over other GFX companies, don't you think?
A lot of people who owned Diza kit complained about cracking... urethane ones won't crack.