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M&S lip kit, eyelids and spoilers

Discussion in 'Exterior Products' started by TuscaniCustoms, Dec 11, 2017.

  1. TuscaniCustoms

    TuscaniCustoms Slovenia Active Member Authorized Vendor

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    M&S recently released first lip kit for Stinger in Korea, made from ABS plastic, comes unpainted in matte black look. Actually all their parts for Stinger are made from ABS plastic. See links for more details and pictures.

    Lip kit https://tuscanicustoms.com/exterior/2491-ms-carart-lip-kit-kia-stinger.html
    Diffuser https://tuscanicustoms.com/exterior/2496-ms-abs-rear-diffuser-kia-stinger.html
    Eyelids https://tuscanicustoms.com/exterior/2492-ms-carart-eyelines-kia-stinger.html
    Spoiler type S https://tuscanicustoms.com/exterior/2494-ms-type-s-spoiler-kia-stinger.html
    Spoiler type G https://tuscanicustoms.com/exterior/2495-ms-type-g-spoiler-kia-stinger.html

    Convoy led glass spoiler https://tuscanicustoms.com/exterior/2414-convoy-led-glass-wing-kia-stinger.html
     
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  2. soulevo8

    soulevo8 United States Active Member

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    I really like the look of this kit. Can you share some details on how all the different parts attach to the car? Is it factory fasteners, drilling holes, double sided tape?

    thanks,
     
  3. TuscaniCustoms

    TuscaniCustoms Slovenia Active Member Authorized Vendor

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    Most parts are screwed on the bumpers and sides, you can add some 3M tape for more secure install but on the end it depends on installer, how he decides to do it and there is always more ways to do something.
    Since these parts from M&S are aftermarket they can't be installed like stock accessories or with stock hardware. They go on the stock parts so simplest way to do it is to drill some holes and drive some screws in, in some places you need to add some 3M tape for clean pro install and that's it.
    M&S also posted these install pictures :)

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  4. Daniel Gómez

    Daniel Gómez Mexico New Member

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    Hi, drilling into the car doesn't make you lose your warranty? I'm really interested on that diffuser, and the G spoiler, but I don't want to lose my warranty
     
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  5. Kia Stinger

    Kia Stinger United States Administrator Staff Member

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    Welcome! What part of the warranty do you feel would be/could be voided by drilling into the car?
     
  6. TuscaniCustoms

    TuscaniCustoms Slovenia Active Member Authorized Vendor

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    If you drill some holes in stock sides you can't break anything and it doesn't have any impact on mechanical, electrical or electronic parts of the car so you can't lose warranty because you would install these parts. Nothing would even rust because of the holes as all parts this lip kit is attached to are abs plastic and spoiler is fixed on the trunk with 3M tape.
     
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  7. Daniel Gómez

    Daniel Gómez Mexico New Member

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    I want to install the rear spoiler and the splitter, but I've heard that Kia are super special about installing things on their cars
     
  8. DaJackson

    DaJackson United States Stinger Enthusiast Staff Member Moderator

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    As in they have special adhesive resistant paint?
     
  9. Daniel Gómez

    Daniel Gómez Mexico New Member

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    As far as I know if it's only tape there's no problem, the thing is if you need to do a hole
     
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