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It was easy. Just need some angle brackets and bolt it up. Of course you need to hold the air dam up to see how much room you have to work with and where to position it left/right, up/down & front/back. I used Aeroquip stainless steel lines but push fit would probably work as well.

Mine came from Dave at TRE as well.

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So, I'm assuming that you installed the oil cooler in the nose in-series with the fender oil cooler? Any major issues mounting the valence to the car?

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Old 11-15-2006, 05:33 PM
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BTW. I wouldn't touch Better Bodies with a ten foot pole after my experience with them. Anybody that doesn't take credit cards is a risk as I found out.

YMMV.
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I emailed Dave at TRE and they will be building the under-the-bumper version of the valence ... Dave indicated $375 plus shipping.

I'm in.
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I sent Dave at TRE an email...I'm interested!
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:40 PM
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Bringing this one back from the dead. What's the status of this valence?
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Old 02-02-2007, 07:09 AM
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Here is an old DP valance I bought on ebay. It looks similar to the 934. The grill is from and old SubZero refrigerator.
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I sent Dave @ TRE an email requesting status on the product, I'll post his response when it's available.

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I just received the following reply from Dave at TRE:

Hello
Thanks for inquiring. Our body shop that is making the prototype tells me we are 4-6 weeks away from having the master "plug" . If all goes well after that, we can have production pieces 2 weeks later. I will inform you of our progress
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Thanks for the update, Dave!
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I received the following from Dave @ TRE:

Hi Dave
We are finally moving along with the 934> 930 lower valence. The plug will be finished soon and I am pretty sure we will have production parts ready by mid April
Thanks for your patience
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Quote:
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I received the following from Dave @ TRE:

Hi Dave
We are finally moving along with the 934> 930 lower valence. The plug will be finished soon and I am pretty sure we will have production parts ready by mid April
Thanks for your patience
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Yep, I got the same email! Patience!
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I would like one of these front bumpers, but do not know how good it would look on a slant nose. What is everyones opinion on how the 934 bumper would look on a slant nose?
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Quote:
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I would like one of these front bumpers, but do not know how good it would look on a slant nose. What is everyones opinion on how the 934 bumper would look on a slant nose?
I bet it would look great.
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I hope your right turbo, I hate the accordian bumpers and need to change them.
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Old 03-14-2007, 06:04 PM
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Here is a 934 style bumper on my 930.

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Here is another one!!

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Rennsport, for some reason the accordians dont look that bad on your cars, but those are beautiful cars. I am thinking about dumping my slantnose fenders if I could just find someone who wanted them. They are conversions and very good ones at that, but not my style. I think with origonal fenders I would have more freedom as to what bumpers I could run.
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Quote:
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Rennsport, for some reason the accordians dont look that bad on your cars, but those are beautiful cars. I am thinking about dumping my slantnose fenders if I could just find someone who wanted them. They are conversions and very good ones at that, but not my style. I think with origonal fenders I would have more freedom as to what bumpers I could run.
I don't think slant fender will look bad with those bumpers. it probably will looks like 935s.

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Here is a 934 style bumper on my 930.

I like the use of fogs on this one. I wonder if there would be a way to incorporate fogs into the one that TRE is building.
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Go to dp935registry.com
They have a lot of DP's with the spoiler you mention.
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