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Thought I'd introduce my 2nd CR, #598 RYP s2000

 
Old 10-17-2018, 02:49 PM
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Garage artwork is slowly making progress!

I need to get some quality pictures of the CR now that I have the window sticker done

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RYP was my original choice too when shopping, had to settle with the BB since my ass couldn't wait for one to pop up congrats!!! looks great!
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Awesome story, I just purchase a low KM RYP AP2 as well. Since convertible was mainly the reason for the purchase, the CR is out of the question. But your CR and taste in cars are impeccable. I wish to install all the CR parts, just received the RYP CR lip and realized I need to drill the front bumper which I don't want to. The dilimma begin......
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Originally Posted by Kinesis 996 View Post
Awesome story, I just purchase a low KM RYP AP2 as well. Since convertible was mainly the reason for the purchase, the CR is out of the question. But your CR and taste in cars are impeccable. I wish to install all the CR parts, just received the RYP CR lip and realized I need to drill the front bumper which I don't want to. The dilimma begin......
Easy solution, buy a CR front bumper (04711-S2A-A80ZZ)
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Easy solution, buy a CR front bumper (04711-S2A-A80ZZ)
yes I thought of that. I also want to buy the CR wing and trunk and it's support. But looking at the parts sheet is hard to read.
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Old 11-02-2018, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Kinesis 996 View Post
Awesome story, I just purchase a low KM RYP AP2 as well. Since convertible was mainly the reason for the purchase, the CR is out of the question. But your CR and taste in cars are impeccable. I wish to install all the CR parts, just received the RYP CR lip and realized I need to drill the front bumper which I don't want to. The dilimma begin......
No need to drill holes, you can install the CR lip without drilling the holes. I made custom spacers and double sided tape the sections that require drilling. It held on and has never come off once installed. This was my 2009 GPW converted to a CR look because my wife wanted the soft top on occasion:







Supercharged the car was pushing about 388 hp to the wheels and surprised quite a few BMW M-cars! The only thing is with all that power you lose drivability of the car.


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No need to drill holes, you can install the CR lip without drilling the holes. I made custom spacers and double sided tape the sections that require drilling. It held on and has never come off once installed. This was my 2009 GPW converted to a CR look because my wife wanted the soft top on occasion:







Supercharged the car was pushing about 388 hp to the wheels and surprised quite a few BMW M-cars! The only thing is with all that power you lose drivability of the car.


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awesome thank you, but why does it need spacer and what kind of spacer?
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Picked up some new shoes for the car!

Decided to change up the look and go back to OEM hardware so removed the BBK and a few other items. Trying to get her ready for the show season with some more interior CF bits:







Can you tell I really like yellow
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