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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2019 12:44 pm    Post subject: Turbo front bumper instal Reply with quote

For those that have changed their front bumper for the Turbo one:

Is it a direct swap from standard bumper or are the front wheel arch liners and support bracket different? I ask as I’ve read a fitment thread from the US and the guy said he has to buy new parts in order for bumper to be secured correctly.

Parts:

These are the parts I ordered to do a professional install for the euro turbo bumper cover:

1 – 993-504-125-01 liners for front of wheel housing – LH (driver side)
1 – 993-504-126-01 liners for front of wheel housing – RH (passenger side)
1 – 993-505-793-01 liner support bracket
1 – 993-505-794-01 liner support bracket
1 – 993-631-181-00 retaining bow, not necessary
1 – 993-631-182-00 retaining bow, not necessary (these are the metal brackets that are on the factory bumper and if you need them you can take the old ones off of the original bumper and reuse them.

1-- 993-505-543-00 Bumper Trim Piping left
1-- 993-505-544-00 Bumper Trim Piping right
2 – 993-575-740-00 sealing
2 – 993-575-738-00 sealing
2 – 993-575-772-00 sealing – lower (you really do not need this item)
2 – 993-631-141-01 vent drain – splitter bottom drain.
The old ones WILL break when you try and remove them.
999-911-437-40-xxxmm sealing rubber – this is the weather stripping that goes around the wheel housing liners, you will need 8-10 feet. There are also places on the front frame (next to the bumper) of the car that may need this sealing rubber replaced. If so, order 12-15 feet.

Hardware I used: Some of the screws and speed nuts can be reused from the old bumper. However, I would suggest replacing as many as you can or deem necessary. There are some extra nuts and screws here, but you will figure out what they are for, plus it’s good to have a few extras.

12 -- 900-143-159-07 Tap screws for under the bumper and wheel liners
12 – 900-143-113-07 Tap screws 4.2 for under the bumper and wheel liners
6 -- 999-591-850-02 Speed nuts for top of wheel housing liners
2 -- 900-187-103-02 Screws for liner support brackets (993-505-793 & 794-01 above)
18 -- 999-591-699-02 Speed nuts for liner support brackets and…etc.
6 -- 999-591-850-01 Speed nuts for top of wheel housing liners
2 – 900-143-087-00 Screws 4.8x


Thread:https://rennlist.com/forums/993-forum/432684-euro-turbo-front-bumper-install.html
 
  
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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 12:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So just to wrap this up after a lot of research (you never know when someone will ask the same question).

The parts needed to install a Turbo front bumper to a c2/c4 NB are just the front part of the wheel liners (L+R) and the brackets that hold them in place (again L+R). Those are the top 4 items Listed in the opening post. The rest are universal rubbers and trim, that you’d upgrade if you took your bumper off for a respray etc...

Cheers

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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 7:29 pm    Post subject: turbo bumper Reply with quote

Have you bought a new turbo bumper cover? Where is the cheapest supplier? I am still in a quandry whether to go for rs look or just turbo front bumper. Both look good but a turbo bumper would be a lot less pennies!
 
  
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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 7:31 pm    Post subject: turbo bumper Reply with quote

Have you bought a new turbo bumper cover? Where is the cheapest supplier? I am still in a quandry whether to go for rs look or just turbo front bumper. Both look good but a turbo bumper would be a lot less pennies!
 
  
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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 6:43 am    Post subject: Re: turbo bumper Reply with quote

stichill99 wrote:
Have you bought a new turbo bumper cover? Where is the cheapest supplier? I am still in a quandry whether to go for rs look or just turbo front bumper. Both look good but a turbo bumper would be a lot less pennies!


I have bought one from eBay via Germany. Its in good condition, no cracks and all the correct holes and grill attachments are in place.

Bumper eBay
wheel liner x 1 eBay
wheel liner x 1 Rose Passion
Bumper supports x 2 Rose Passion
Bumper seals x 2 Type 911

NB C2; I'm going for a standard rear, Turbo front bumper, Turbo S ducts (ones with lights) and the addition when funds of a set of BBS LMs.

Ian
 
  
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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 10:03 am    Post subject: turbo bumper Reply with quote

I can't argue with bbs lm's!
 



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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 10:11 am    Post subject: Re: turbo bumper Reply with quote

stichill99 wrote:
I can't argue with bbs lm's!


Excellent, did you opt for the norm sizes?

8Jx x 18" ET 52
10J x 18" ET 65

Carnewal sourced?

Ian
 
  
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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 7:10 pm    Post subject: bbs lm Reply with quote

Fronts are 8.5 wide but offsets same as you just posted.
 
  
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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 7:10 pm    Post subject: bbs lm Reply with quote

Fronts are 8.5 wide but offsets same as you just posted.
 
  
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