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Fiesta R5 Carbon spoiler and carbon wrapped pieces

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Hey everyone! So my project Fiesta ST continues and the latest additions have been completed today. Just wanted to share a few pics of what was done. First, a big thank you to for the fabrication, prep work, paint and assembly of the spoiler components. This is a family owned business and the attention to detail on all their work is just amazing. Gail, Ralph, Ryan and Josh Bell are great people! Second, I want to thank David and his dad at for the fast quality wrapping of the lower rear diffuser, mirrors and headlights. The textured 3M carbon wrap looks much better in person. I'll definitely be going back for additional work on the front bumper. I think it is funny that initially, I had no intentions of modifying the ST as it was just going to be a fun commuter. Who was I kidding, half the fun is making it your own.
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Very cool thanks for the tip! Yup the sides and rear have this build-up of brown contaminants that won't come off with normal car washes. I just purchased a Pinnicle clay bar kit from so hopefully that gets the job done.

As for the rear diffuser, the guys did not have to remove the diffuer to wrap but I imagine it would be somewhat easier with it off of the car. Actually without a second pair of hands and depending on how flexible the piece is, it might be more difficult with it off since you have to stretch the wrap a little.

I couldn't help myself. Yesterday, I paid the guys at Rolotech another visit to have a few more accent pieces wrapped which includes the rear license plate opening and fog lights opening. They didn't have time to black out the center piece right below the intercooler but that will be for next week. :)

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Which front lip is that? And where did you get those side skirts?
I bought the front splitter and skirts from Bojix Design:

They don't have the skirts listed on the site so I would give them a call.
Mind if I ask what you paid for the side skirts?

*Isn't $500 USD Steep for a Front Lip?
It has been a while so don't quote me on it but I think it was around $500-$600. Yes it is expensive but only because they aren't mass manufactured. Coming from the motorcycle industry, this isn't too bad considering a carbon fender can cost about the same if not more.
Thanks for the info, I may spring for the side skirt this summer, but I'll hold off on the splitter for now.
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