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i understand, its just that it is sooooooo expensive. the guy at boomplustoys told me he could get me a discount if i bought the whole kit. but i'm still looking at a huge price, not to mention getting it molded on.
 

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i think u should buy the whole kit ...

other wise ...what u can do is buy the front and ass bumper of A-Spec kit and then buy mazda OEM side skirts and rear spoiler/wing ( since they dont look too much off from the a-spec kit)
might be cheaper this way ...
 

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well, i already have the sport kit on my 6. i love the fron bumper of the a-spec. i was just wondering if it would look goofy with just the front bumper
 

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            My suggestion is that if you are going to put on a kit, you might as well put the whole thing on.  Just my opinions though..[/b]
Yeah.... and make sure it's painted before slapping it onto the car. I can't stand the site of cars with body kits driving around unpainted.
 

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other wise ...what u can do is buy the front and ass bumper of A-Spec kit and then buy mazda OEM side skirts and rear spoiler/wing ( since they dont look too much off from the a-spec kit)  
might be cheaper this way ...  [/b]
I was thinking the same thing. If you can't afford the whole thing, I guess it won't make much of a difference if you get the front and rear bumpers. I don't think you should get only the front bumper.
 
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