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tommyz said:
heres some pics of the front lip spoiler i should have the full kit on the car by thursday or friday...whatya think ?

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i like that tommyz it looks good, when you get the whole body kit can you let me know how much for it. im located here in michigan also. where is your shop located. i would like to stop by one day with my 300c and see what kind of stuff you got for the 300c.

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tommyz said:
heres some pics of the front lip spoiler i should have the full kit on the car by thursday or friday...whatya think ?

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Good stuff.
Maintains lines of car while providing a cool mod.
Probably should go with a side cladding mod as well - any ideas there?
 

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jjs said:
Too heavy and bulky looking. Much prefer something more along the lines of the 'understated' lines of the SRT front end...

http://www.edmunds.com/new/2005/chr.../VEHICLE/2005/Chrysler/100459153/031854-T.jpg
I'll have to disagree, they SRT is too stock looking for me (well it is stock). I think the car needs the wide wheel wells accentuated as this kit does (only if you have some nice wheels). They are the best feature of the 300c IMO. I am after a classy, sporty, custom look not OEM stuff, anyone can have that. (just wait till you see my car when it is finished)

But as they say, to each thier own and most here will probably agree w/ you and like OEM stuff.

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The SRT spoiler will let you add the spoilers without changing the side skirts where as Tommy's is real bodykit. I think Tommy's front spoiler does look good but if I were to buy it I would want a rear spoiler lip that will outline the existing exhaust instead of adding a aftermarket exhaust. And by the way, is there any pricing on your kit yet? Thanks.
 

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The SRT spoiler will let you add the spoilers without changing the side skirts where as Tommy's is real bodykit. I think Tommy's front spoiler does look good but if I were to buy it I would want a rear spoiler lip that will outline the existing exhaust instead of adding a aftermarket exhaust. And by the way, is there any pricing on your kit yet? Thanks.
www.tommyzdesign.com

You can always cut the holes for the stock exhaust placement, that may be what I end up doing since I have the Magnaflow, but the center exhaust exit is pretty sweet, not to mention less bends in the exhaust piping therfore better flow.
 
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