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Hopefully I could be of some help for the DIY-fers.
I lost most of my tools & some borrowed and never returned & some stolen.
Im getting a tools box soon & I'll post more "How to" threads.
Thanks yal for reading...
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Old 06-29-2010, 01:51 PM
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Thanks MTZL. I'll defintely be following this guide in a couple of weeks when I install my evo X intercooler and pipes.
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Old 06-30-2010, 10:19 AM
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Thanks MTZL. I'll defintely be following this guide in a couple of weeks when I install my evo X intercooler and pipes.
Yeah, Im missing EVO X UICP for my EVO X FMIC swap...
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Old 10-30-2010, 05:19 PM
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Thanks MTZL I took my bumper off this weekend after reading this thread and it was super easy. Great how to
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Mike,

Did you break any of the snaps/screws?

Would you recommend buying some extra snaps/screws?

Im thinking about removing it this weekend..

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Old 11-02-2010, 11:31 AM
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Mike,

Did you break any of the snaps/screws?

Would you recommend buying some extra snaps/screws?

Im thinking about removing it this weekend..

zeRep
No, as long as you dont cross thread screw, you'll be fine.
Snap can be remove with flat head screwdriver wrap it with a cloth so you dont damage the snaps. Sometimes they are PITA to remove but nothing a flat head cant handle.

Make sure you keep them in order or remember which screw/snap came off where. some are different than others.

You dont need extra screws/snaps unless you loose them.
I always reused my stock screws/snaps.
I had taken my bumper off many times now.

Snaps: Snaps has two piece to it.
First you pry off the center piece,
Second the bottom piece. Use flat head screw driver.

How it works: Center piece insert & expend the bottom piece which mushroom out.

Another thing to pay special attention to is: White tabs that need to be inserted back into their slot on reassembly. Two Slots for those white tabs are under the head lights.

Nothing to it but to do it.
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i will be using this tomorrow when i install my evo FMIC...thanks
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:56 AM
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Blaze can you move this to "How to:" section also? Thanks.
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Old 06-17-2012, 05:23 AM
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Just wanted to say that these instructions were perfect! It wa off in less than 45 min! Just a side note... You should post these instructions to ifixit ... Great app for step by steps like these... Thanks again!!!
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Another thanks from me! Perfect instructions made it a super easy job. Allowed me to get a few things done that I've been putting off for months. Plastidipped the ring, put in hella horns (you can faintly see them there behind the top grill in the 2nd picture) and replaced the headlights.


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