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cupra r Rear bumper on to cupra

Discussion in 'Leon Mk1 (2000-2006)' started by therench, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. therench

    therench Active Member

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    going to pick a cupra r rear bumper up today for my cupra 180, is the rear just a straight swap? also im going to be getting a facelift front does anyone no the codes for the brackets i need to fit it? cheers
     
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  3. paul26982

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    ive just swapped my facelift for a R front bumper, Wink wink, the rear is also a straight fit if you have the facelift rear
     
  4. therench

    therench Active Member

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    no mines standard bumpers, so looks like ill need to get some more bits tomorrow
     
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    Isn't the exhaust cut out in a slightly different place to on the Cupra R bumper to the Cupra one
     
  6. therench

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    hope not ive got a powerflow exhaust made to fit my cut out, the bumper comes with the side guides so i just need the arch adapters
     
  7. paul26982

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    yep correct, its different' also

    if its pre-facelift you need the bumper guides
     
  8. therench

    therench Active Member

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    got the guides on the bumper so dont need them now, what about arch adapters are they realy nessesary? how far out is the cut out then?
     
  9. dh00001

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    theres a few inch gap without them. maybe not 100% needed but its noticeable if you dont have them
     
  10. therench

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    ill go with out for now then, what about the cut out, think my measurement was a 2ich diffrence to the middle hopefully be able to adjust the exhaust to go in the middle but its a custom poweflow so may struggle if its straight through
     

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