DUELL AG STYLE REAR BUMPER & DIFFUSER FOR Mini F56 F57
Description: Supplied in white FIBRE GLASS for painting
This is a direct replacement rear bumper that works with a honeycomb plastic grill kit which would need to be bonded into place with Tiger Seal, the look is then completed with a rear diffuser available in a fibreglass reinforced plastic. An aluminium mesh grill kit is also available for reduced weight which is ideal for track use.
Aluminium mesh grill kit or Plastic honeycomb grill kit
Fog light kit included.
The OEM tow eye cover will need to be used with this bumper.
** This is not an original Duell AG bumper.
This is a direct fit rear bumper diffuser that works with a GEN 3 MINI DAG STYLE rear bumper.
Materials: Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
Carbon fibre versions will be available in 2023.
We always recommend professional installation carried out by a specialist garage.
For the best results it's important to test fit all parts and make any adjustments if needed prior to painting or vinyl wrapping and bonding.
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