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Hopefully y'all don't buy all of em up because I won't be making the purchase until next month, but we finally have some side skirts that claim to fit our vehicles so I wanted to share.

The only thing left we need are some grills and spoilers!


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$600 if you want em to ship painted matte black! It's just another drop in the bucket for me all things considered, I'll post back here on the quality when I get them.
 

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Those prices are very fair especially considering they are being shipped from S. Korea. Prices for rockers on my Camaro SS start at $500 plus, not including shipping and they are made in the states! If the N-Line was my only car, I would snatch them up in a flash, but it is just my daily driver and special stuff/money goes to the Camaro.
 

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Those prices are very fair especially considering they are being shipped from S. Korea. Prices for rockers on my Camaro SS start at $500 plus, not including shipping and they are made in the states! If the N-Line was my only car, I would snatch them up in a flash, but it is just my daily driver and special stuff/money goes to the Camaro.
I suppose it's a matter of priorities and disposable money. For $100 more I could get the upgraded FMIC from Torque and that is way higher on my priority list.
 

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Hopefully y'all don't buy all of em up because I won't be making the purchase until next month, but we finally have some side skirts that claim to fit our vehicles so I wanted to share.

The only thing left we need are some grills and spoilers!


I am not affiliated with these guys in any way, if promoting someone else's product like this is against the rules then mods feel free to delete.
Yeah, but they won't ship to the US😩
 

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Back in March after weeks of searching for side skirts for my N Line, I came across this discussion & found out about the ones from Shark Racing. So I ordered them. I've had them installed for a couple weeks. Here are my thoughts.

Expect to wait 2 months from the time you order before they even ship, after which they should arrive within about a week. They come with 4 pre-drilled holes, 2 on each end. 3 of the 4 holes don't line up with the existing ones on the wheel liners. So you'll have to drill new holes, 1 in the front liner and 2 in the rear. They're also held on with two-sided tape. I opted to have a body shop do mine, but they only took a couple of hours, so you may be able to do it yourself. The shop installed metal plates on the inside of the wheel liners to have a more rigid surface on which to attach them with the provided screws.

Would I recommend them? Absolutely! They give the car a great look! No, they're not cheap, but given that I briefly considered ordering the I30N side skirts, for me these were a much better purchase for 2 reasons: (1) They're actually quite a bit cheaper than the I30N's which will run you about $1K w/ shipping. (The invoice in the UPS papers for these said $200, so I'm guessing the remaining cost was for shipping all the way from Korea.) (2) I decided against the I30N's once I discovered that you have to drill about a dozen holes in the side sills.

Finally, while they weren't initially, they did start shipping to the US a few months ago. Hope this helps if you're considering them.

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