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Subaru WRX NIA Side Skirts Splitter Lip V1 2015+

Subaru WRX NIA Side Skirts Splitter Lip V1 2015+

Regular price $590.00
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Give your Subaru WRX an aggressive stance without altering the factory design.
Options of primer-coated or color-matching by your vehicle paint code (click here to find your color code).
Bolts right on the bottom of your bumper with your 10 screws (included)
The WRX NIA Side Splitter Diffusers are test-fitted before leaving our facilities, color-matched with base/clear coat, just like your OEM paint.
Made from ABS Plastic, making them strong, and flexible to with-stand the common pot holes, curb rash, and occasional parking blocks with out breaking.
Made at our Miami factory.


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Guaranteed Fitment

Take the guesswork out of upgrading your car. Our body kits are guaranteed to fit and simple to install.

Available Color Matched

Our kits can be purchased in Raw ABS for DIY painters, primed, or painted to color match your car's paint color.

Video Instructions & Support

Our library of body kit installation videos will help you install every part that we offer. You can always message us if there are any questions.

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FAQs

When will my order ship?

We are currently at a 5-6 week wait time before your order will ship

What is Raw Black/ABS?

Raw ABS is the way the kit comes out of the machine, it might have some minor imperfections that can be taken care of during prep. It is ideal for wrapping, or perfect for the do it yourselfer who will paint it him/herself.

What is Primer?

Primer is an undercoat is a preparatory coating put on materials before painting. Priming ensures better adhesion of paint to the surface, increases paint durability, and provides additional protection for the material being painted. We use a grey 2K Primer for all our parts.

What is Hydrodip?

Hydrodip, is a method of applying printed designs to our kits. We use a carbon fiber pattern, with a heavy clear coat for protection.

How to find my paint code?

Most vehicles have paint codes listed inside thedriver's door jamb,but it can also be found on the glove box, under the driver's seat or in the passenger sun visor.