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Tesla Unplugged Body kit installed!

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by jlucero, Nov 23, 2015.

  1. jlucero

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    for all of you interested, i finally got the unplugged body kit installed. i got the front spoiler/lip, side skirts, and rear diffuser. i think it looks pretty nice. enjoy!

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  2. Vigile

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    Love the blackout look on the front and rear. Any thought on doing the window sills and door handles?

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    Oh wait, you did! The glare on the 2nd/3rd shot makes it look like it isn't! :D
     
  3. jlucero

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    lol yea, i decided to de-chrome it with a matte finish, so in certain glare, it looks different in photos...heres another pic that shows it darker.

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    Not a huge fan of the front spoiler, but the diffuser and those side skirts look great! Really nice overall look, congrats!
     
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    I think it all looks great!!
     
  6. KirkDavis

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    Looks great. What did you use to darken the door handles? Like the wheels also..
     
  7. jlucero

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    i had it vinyl wrapped to get rid of all the chrome.
     
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    Wow awesome...That shot from the front is great.
     
  9. CHG-ON

    CHG-ON Still in love after all these miles

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    Sweeeet!
     
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    Love it!!! What wheels do you have?
     
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    i'd love to see this on a red car.
     
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    wheels are ADV1's, 20 inch, staggered
     
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    Looks great. Love the sinister look. :cool: would have been sweet if you have red calipers...
     
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    Was thinking about getting the red calipers...
     
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    NICE! Bulletproof Automotive guys have great customer service.

    Who did you end up going to for the paint and body work install? They contacted me since I have a lot of their GT-R parts and had parts installed her in Dallas.
     
  16. felixtb

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    Here you go

    However, the side skirts are not installed since the driver-side one does not fit.... and sadly unplugged have not been very forthcoming since their only answer was that it is supposed to be like that.....?

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  17. jlucero

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    #17 jlucero, Nov 25, 2015
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    damn that looks sweet as hell. how much is that car lowered? what size wheels? what happened with the side skirts???

    few more professional pics...

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  18. felixtb

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    the wheels are 21" HRE 104s, and the chassis was lowered with suspension links about 1". For the skirts I hope to be able to get a new one for the driver side at least so I can fit it. It sticks out about 1/2" too much!!! so the hole thing is like a big step....look very second rate and not even close to your finish..... And I waited since last december to get them.... So I'm not too happy :-(
     
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    Missed this somehow. The car looks fantastic! Thank you for all your support!
     
  20. jlucero

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    yes one side of the skirt for me sticks out more than the other side...about 1/2 inch ...not too happy as well!
     

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