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Old 11-24-2006, 09:32 PM   #1
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Cervinis vs. Mr. Bodykit???

I was looking into the cobra R front bumper for my ride and both of these companies have what I need, however, I was wondering if anyone knew how good each ones products are. I know that cervinis has some good stuff just a little pricey, but I was wondering if anyone knows anything about Mr. Bodykit stuff. Thanks.
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Re: Cervinis vs. Mr. Bodykit???

idk about mr. body kit, but i hear good things about cervinis
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Re: Cervinis vs. Mr. Bodykit???

One thing you'll want to make sure is to get a urethane front bumper. If you get fiberglass it will crack and spiderweb and end up looking like crap in no time. If the stage3 front bumper I have was fiberglass it would be in pieces by now.

Also...remember you normally get what you pay for
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Re: Cervinis vs. Mr. Bodykit???

mr body kit usually only has fiberglassed parts but i know they do have some urethane just on certain kits

cervinis has nothing BUT urethane, I had the cobra r hood on my old V6 and fitment and quality were great.

as Low said above you pay what you get for
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Cervinis all the way. I have heard of great fitment from them.
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DONT EVEN THINK ABOUT MR. BODYKIT!!!!! Cervini's has great fitment and quality.
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Lol alrighty cervinis it is thanks everyone!
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