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Old September 2nd, 2007, 07:40 PM   #1
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Way to cover the opening (hole) on Mugen sideskirt?

Hey I was wondering if anyone has covered the hole/opening on the mugen side skirts for 98-02 accords? Is there a way to cover it? Sorry I'm not very good at customing or trying to do my own thing. The reason why I wanted to cover it is because i like it how it's simple and sharp at the edges so it's different from stock but the hole reminds me of a body kit. Thanks
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Old September 2nd, 2007, 11:23 PM   #2
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fiberglass?

but it will be a pain to do it on ABS plastic
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Old September 2nd, 2007, 11:57 PM   #3
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Hey I was wondering if anyone has covered the hole/opening on the mugen side skirts for 98-02 accords? Is there a way to cover it? Sorry I'm not very good at customing or trying to do my own thing. The reason why I wanted to cover it is because i like it how it's simple and sharp at the edges so it's different from stock but the hole reminds me of a body kit. Thanks
I know the feeling, its especially annoyig if the color of your car makes it obvious. Its not so bad on darker cars.

What about a **** load of bondo? Or maybe use some more abs plastic to cover it up and glue/seal it together with the PCV or ABS sealant stuff. Ask Doctor_X hes been doing this kind of customizing to a rear mugen sedan lip so it would fit the coupe.
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Old September 3rd, 2007, 04:13 AM   #4
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I'm going to fill the holes on my sides once I get them. What I'm basically going to do is fill the hole with bondo, followed by coating both sides of the hole with ABS cement. This way the sideskirt hole will be filled, and the bondo will be encased inside the skirt. After the ABS cement is applied you'll have to sand it smooth but then it's off to the paint shop and ready for a good paint job.



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