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Hi Guys I’m looking to get the front bumper stone chips corrected and restored to original spec therefore I need advice for best process and referrals to who would be good specialists for this job???. I’m in Solihull hence not too far please. Really need to get bumper sorted as it’s an eyesore now😂

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4 minutes ago, Spacewagon52 said:

Mask it up and a nice yellow Hammerite would look very tasteful! 

In all seriousness it does not look good. After a respray can you coat it with something to protect it?

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That doesn't look too bad - could you have a little bit of a closer look there? It's been a long time since I last saw a GSF and that looks like a clear bra to me that has been applied on top. In this situation you could just replace the existing film with new protection.

https://onyxautomotive.co.uk/ have a good reputation as far as my memory takes me.

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Once you get it sorted I'd be very tempted to have a high quality PPF put on. 

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14 minutes ago, B1RMA said:

Once you get it sorted I'd be very tempted to have a high quality PPF put on. 

That’s exactly what I did. Worth its weight in gold. 

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30 minutes ago, B1RMA said:

Once you get it sorted I'd be very tempted to have a high quality PPF put on. 

 

16 minutes ago, F.A. said:

That’s exactly what I did. Worth its weight in gold. 

+1, hence Onyx. PPF is the new wax.

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13 hours ago, F.A. said:

That’s exactly what I did. Worth its weight in gold. 

It is indeed, a long time agoI had a very early PPF put on the front of my RX7 specifically to protect it on track days it lasted a year and when it was taken off the paint underneath was more or less perfect.

These modern PPF's are so much better.

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The carbon splitter is around £4500+VAT+fitting. 
 

I asked. 
 

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On 5/30/2021 at 12:54 PM, mrfunex said:

The carbon splitter is around £4500+VAT+fitting. 
 

I asked. 
 

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Okay thanks,what would be suggestion and solution did you take for this problem please????

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1 hour ago, Gsf grey solihull said:

Okay thanks,what would be suggestion and solution did you take for this problem please????

I didn’t. 

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