Her it is ! Infinity G35 rear diffuser bumper. Its a far cry from a direct fit. To Tall, to thick, to curved, to short. Definatly not what i thought it was going to be. But its a good start......i think !! LOL
That rear bumper looks familiar. Nice work on the car.
It looks like everything from the nose back is one piece, save for the taillight panel, hood, and deck lid. How do you remove that if you need to? Besides carefully. I think it gives the car a great look without any seams, but I'd fear not being able to work on any part of my car if I did something like that. Keep up the great work. I can't wait to see how it turns out.
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Exoticse.......ya know i love ya bro That is a very interesting thing to think about. The rear decklid is going thru MAJOR renovations and its just tuff to nail it. Def. gonna consider what your saying.....
now on the drivers side i didnt like on the passenger side how the top of the vent was square so i made it rounded on top and i think it flows much better.......then i moved to the passenger side and added glass to it to create the same "curve"
I was really excited to finally put in the lights into the 512 bumper. What you dont see is the 9 hrs it took to get the fit right. Dont get me wrong, this is a great bumper. But the gaps around the lights i wasnt happy with and its much easier to fix them now. So walla !!
ok...back to the rear again...now that i got some sanity back ! I wanted the valance to be curved so i got some 12" sonic tube and cut it to size. It creates a concave fit to the lower spoiler. I then glued wood to the inside to create depth to the mold....lots of tape, cutting and glueing to get it somewhat to shape.
after pulling it out of the mold i glassed it to the car.....you'll also notice i cut the rear deck behind the light sockets. This will be glassed to the light pockets and the hatch will be seamed there.