Bonnet scoop for Mini R56 and R55 Cooper S in carbon fiber or fiberglass (GRP)
Fiberglass versions are supplied in white primer unpainted so you can colour code the scoop to match your Mini paintwork.
Our carbon fibre parts are manufactured to order, some of the smaller products may be in stock but please allow 3 weeks manufacture time for most orders. Contact us if delivery is urgent and we will let you know if we can improve on this.
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This item is a direct replacement of your existing scoop. Remove your scoop and clean the surrounding area. Put the little pins in position in the holes in the bonnet then cover them (like the photos) with a good quality bonding adhesive – windscreen sealing glue works best. Then place the scoop in position and press down so the glue enters the scoop and forms a fixing. Hold the scoop in position while the glue dries. - If you have bought and fitted this product please help our users by sending us some photos or video to post here.
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Some of our products are large items to ship and it is difficult to calculate accurate shipping costs to everywhere in the world - if you are unhappy about the shipping cost quoted at checkout please contact us with your exact location and postal code so that we can do our best to get you the most effective personalised shipping cost possible. We do not attempt to profit from delivery charges so we will get you the best deal we can.
We're dedicated to delivering your purchase as quickly and affordably as possible. Some of our products are hand made or custom made to order so they are not held in stock. Some goods come from abroad so may take a little longer than you expect.
If your purchase is time critical please check with us before placing your order to avoid being disappointed.
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