SER Front Bumper
62022ZB700 - front bumper
62084ZB700 - lower grille
62256ZB700, 62257ZB700 - fog finishers
26155ZB725, 26150ZB725 - projector fog lights
085666205A - screws for new fogs; you will need 4 (2/side)
089671065A - nuts/clips for fogs; also need 4
62090ZB700 - foam absorber; NOT needed (you can just remove the old one) 63842ZB700, 63843ZB700 - wheel wells (aka fender liners); these are highly recommended! the stock wheel wells will not fit / match up with the SER bumper
75890ZB700 - engine undercover; also highly recommended. the stock one will not reach the SER bumper. you could always go w/o it but who knows what could splash up there
|2005 Alty 3.5SE (AT)|HEAVILY MODDED|
Originally Posted by blackalti
i could never just be a honda guy...i love torque too much...
I'm a bench modder...Which is weak. I'm so "if-it-isn't-broken-don't-fix-it" it's disgusting. I do have a MINOR scrape and hairline crack on my stock bumper so you never know!
For now though, OE is the way it stays - as with all of us I have a lot of other things I need to be spending my money on...
I totally understand. 3 or 4 years ago, I was modding almost every weekend. Now, with a 2 year old in the mix, the altima got pushed to the curb. I just dont have the energy or extra money to do anything anymore. lol Oh well!
^There's the kid, plus I'm knocking on 100,000's door. Will have to keep some juice around for both expected and unexpected maitenance. I'm driving this thing until it drives no more.
Trust me if I could have it would have been front and rear SE-R fascias, Triple Gauge pods, RL HFPC's & Y-Pipe, Magnaflow Cat-back (with maybe a bigger res to keep the noise/drone down), modest drop, and a Berk WAI. Throw in a Wilwood BBK and some Nismo/Ray's Gram Lights and we're right where I would like to be with this thing.
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