I did the same, but opted not to use the glossifier.Used black plastidip on the rear diffuser/lower bumper area. Added a few coats of clear gloss over the black after. Also changed the license plate holder frame, honestly I think that probably made most of the difference.
What do y'all think? Now considering doing the wheels.. not sure about exhaust tips I kind of like the shine there.
Much betterPlastidipped my wheels!!
Wasn't too difficult, took most of a day ended up doing 6-7 coats on each and then liek 2 coats of glossifier. Wasn't sure if I wanted to add glossy or keep it matte but I just put it for the added protection. Lets hope it lasts!
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it's actually an easy job. Search for Brembo brakes fluid flush. I have a power bleeder from back when I worked on other cars and the cap actually fit on this one as well. This is a must since our brakes are NOT to be pumped. power bleederI hate the slope in my driveway, and I need to lower my AR in the next few weeks. At least two wheels will fit inside the garage.
It would be nice, if you could write a diy with the brake fluid flush.
I did it many years ago, on my first car 68 VW Bug, but I'm a bit hesitant on doing it on these modern cars.