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Default 09-23-2019, 11:25 AM

Originally Posted by nyt
just got around to installing this. gotta say, this is the most janky mounting system I've seen. Also, no thought to any modifications for the wheel well liner.. guess I'll find some kind of vent to mount in it or drill a bunch of small holes

The bottom pinch mount would not stay solid, it would pivot around easily. I drilled another hole through all the bits and the chassis to prevent this from moving. Feels a LOT better with this third bolt. This cars a 2010 xi and the outer side of the seam had longer material than the inner. That coupled with the spot welds made the pinch mount insecure
We opted a no drill PNP style bracket system. Out of the few hundred we have sold, that's the first issue I've heard about the bracket being loose.
Sounds like you found and easy fix for it.

Not sure on the fender liner stuff, it's not a sealed piece. Air will go through it
no matter what and you'll have increased performance over stock.

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