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    extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    i'm soon to be putting on the metal that sits under thr engine cover.
    Where do i get the rubber trim from that sits on this metal and also should i get it first before welding the metal on so that it doesn't push the cover up after i have fitted it making the cover higher than wanted?
    does anyone have pics so i can see how others have done this.
    someone on there post also said that the drive shafts need to be altered by extreme they only told me about the lower arms does this definately need to be done. i have brought the coil overs already and want to lower the car to look accurate.

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    the existing 406 seal is used.

    You dont need to alter the shafts providing that the splines are good.but confirm with extreme

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    the existing seal for the old boot?
    is it big enough to go round the whole opening? hope i havent got rid of it.
    anyone got pics of which bit of metal goes where it looks like i will need to alter the 2 main side bits as they dont fit very well and i've had to cut the engine cover in 3 places to try and straighten it as it didn't line up with the rear quarters.

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    Quote Originally Posted by fletch100
    the existing seal for the old boot?
    is it big enough to go round the whole opening? hope i havent got rid of it.
    anyone got pics of which bit of metal goes where it looks like i will need to alter the 2 main side bits as they dont fit very well and i've had to cut the engine cover in 3 places to try and straighten it as it didn't line up with the rear quarters.
    Think I got my seal from a Sierra or Mondeo estate, there is no need to cut the engine cover or any other panels. Once you place glass in deck it straightens out.

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    this is the engine cover it definately needed cutting

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    My engine lid looked like that until I put everything together and it sits flush now.

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    woops i've already cut the back in 3 places and rebonded it straighter i bet mines going to look shit now then.

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    Quote Originally Posted by fletch100
    woops i've already cut the back in 3 places and rebonded it straighter i bet mines going to look sh*t now then.
    You will probably be ok, if its straight now then its fine.

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    anyone know which bit of metal goes where i have 3 pieces apart from the 2 sides and i'm not sure which bit goes where the dvd says it will come back to the fitment of this but never does.

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    Re: extreme 360 engine cover trim fitment?

    This should help, courtisy for Braat from the Netherlands. I dont think he'l mind me posting pics of his build.







    Hope this helps.

    Nigel

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