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Old 05-06-2019, 09:54   #916
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Voltex diffuser and fender extensions ordered from Ross. Might as well go for it
You will be forever sweeping out stones from the diffuser lol, bit of advice though get the inside of the diffuser painted before fitting. I did mine Satin Black
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Old 05-06-2019, 09:57   #917
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You will be forever sweeping out stones from the diffuser lol, bit of advice though get the inside of the diffuser painted before fitting. I did mine Satin Black
Exactly was I was planning Nick as they look a bit “function over form” on the inside
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Old 05-06-2019, 10:03   #918
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Exactly was I was planning Nick as they look a bit “function over form” on the inside
Finish is not the best inside tbh. I had like white stains as if something had splashed on mine and if you wiped it would dissapear, but then come back once it dried. So in the end I had it painted and it now looks spot on
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Finish is not the best inside tbh. I had like white stains as if something had splashed on mine and if you wiped it would dissapear, but then come back once it dried. So in the end I had it painted and it now looks spot on
I had a Varis one before and it was a bit like that too.
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I had a Varis one before and it was a bit like that too.
Don't know if it's resin residue or something like that.
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Don't know if it's resin residue or something like that.
Yeah, probably.

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Old 05-06-2019, 16:19   #922
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You will be forever sweeping out stones from the diffuser lol, bit of advice though get the inside of the diffuser painted before fitting. I did mine Satin Black
I seem to drive round with a constant rockery in my voltex diffuser. And yes, I get the white spots too. Plan is to remove the diffuser, satin black the inside and fit some kind of plastic mesh to it behind the wheels to try and reduce gravel collection

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