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Vendor Tesla Model S Nose Cone Grille NCG

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by Tsportline, Dec 23, 2014.

  1. Tsportline

    Tsportline Vendor

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    Tesla Model S Nose Cone Grille NCG

    Our NCG Nose Cone Grille set gives you the sense and styling of a more traditional car, providing you with a unique look that sets you apart from the next Tesla Model S owner. Available in full chrome or 2-tone with a gloss black center mesh and chrome outer frame. You can purchase the main grille by itself or as a package with the lower trim.

    The NCG was designed to install easily within 15-20 minutes. This is a Do It Yourself install. View our installation video here.

    If your car is equipped with parking sensors they will still function properly. The grille does not inhibit the functionality of the parking sensors.

    The Lower Bumper Grille is not compatible with Auto Pilot equipped cars.

    Pricing:

    Chrome NCG Set $1,499

    Chrome NCG Only $1,299

    2-Tone Black NSG Set $1,550

    2-Tone Black NCG only $1,350
    Plus shipping . *does not include International Shipping.
    Add 9% sales tax if you are located in CA.

    Please call us at (866) 991-4776 with any questions that you may have.


    List Date: 12/24/2014

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: Tesla Model S Nose Cone Grille NCG
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    On Sale For: $1,599.00

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  2. NSX1992

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    The video does not work. Is the grill solid or is it perforated? No pictures of lower portion. I like the look and am interested.
     
  3. Tsportline

    Tsportline Vendor

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    @NSX1992 the grill is perforated or mesh as we call it.
     
  4. NJ Plugin

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    Have you done any tests on the non smooth surface if or what the range of the car would be with these modifications?
     
  5. NSX1992

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    Since the grille is perforated can't you see the upper horizontal chrome strip of the plastic nose? In the pictures I don't see it. Can I come down to LA to see it in person? I live in Thousand Oaks.
     
  6. Tsportline

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    We have not done any testing however since the mesh is mounted very close to the existing plastic nose cone we do not anticipate any range reduction.

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    You actually do see the horizintal chrome strip from behiond. It looks great because it helps accentuate the area where you can remount the "T" logo. Please call or PM us if you would like to set up asn appointment to come and see both style grilles. It would be our pleasure.
     
  7. NSX1992

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    I did buy the chrome grill and it looks fantastic on my red P85D. Because I drove down to West Hollywood they installed it for free.
     
  8. gg_got_a_tesla

    gg_got_a_tesla Model S: VIN P65513, Model 3 Res Holder

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    Pics please?! No issues at all with the front sensors, right?!

    I may end up doing this on our next trip down to SoCal.
     
  9. NSX1992

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    The front sensors work fine. The grille looks the same as in the picture above in the black car (except red). They took a lot of pictures since I was the first red car and I have my stock 19" wheels chrome plated.
     
  10. Tsportline

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    The install came out great! No issues with the parking sensors or the auto pilot system per Al & Ed's Autosound in West Hollywood.Here's a pic...

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  11. ecarfan

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    That looks like it will take some effort to keep clean
     
  12. NSX1992

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    So far no bugs in the grill. That is my P85D in the above picture and I also had the front "T" wrapped in red for contrast.
     

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