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      If it helps, I'm 3rd generation automotive...

      If it helps, I'm 3rd generation automotive collision repair and restoration.

      Best of luck to you and your repair 🙂
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      By all means 100% repairable, given the crash...

      By all means 100% repairable, given the crash beam/bar shouldn't have been damaged by the looks of it.

      Side note - $600 is a pretty, seemingly, damn good price if the repair turns out well and...
    3. Handling parts the next day or same day can be...

      Handling parts the next day or same day can be achieved no problem (baking the parts after paint) so i wouldn't worry about the turn around time.

      No there should not be an issue with them...
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      There are alot of variables in your question but...

      There are alot of variables in your question but i'd ballpark it in the area of 1000-1500 depending on where you go and what/how much you need done :thumbup:
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      There is a thread on here (holset user thread)...

      There is a thread on here (holset user thread) with lots of information/reviews. Telling us/him what you're looking to put down for power/times/expectations is going to help with suggestions. A...
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      x2, sounds like a reasonable price for a good...

      x2, sounds like a reasonable price for a good work :thumbup:
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      I agree with what you said, minus the sand...

      I agree with what you said, minus the sand blasting. You shouldn't sandblast body panels you run a very high chance of warping the metal, if you want to go the blasting route use a media blaster....
    8. First clean your car and make sure the bumper...

      First clean your car and make sure the bumper cover is spotless, then remove the bumper cover assembly from the car. Once you have it off the car, clean the bumper cover again, then put some clean...
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      Glad to hear you got your problem solved. For...

      Glad to hear you got your problem solved. For future builds, I'd suggest going with the Bosch 044 pump :thumbup:
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      Open the door. Look on the inside edge of the...

      Open the door.
      Look on the inside edge of the door parallel to the door handle there should be a plastic cap, remove this cap.
      There will be a torx screw, unscrew the torx screw until it stops....
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      Assuming you have a badgeless grill i thought...

      Assuming you have a badgeless grill i thought they came with the piece you are looking for, if not i believe ECS tuning sells a "kit". Otherwise source a old bumper cover and cut a piece out to your...
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      You can try getting some double sided tape (3M)...

      You can try getting some double sided tape (3M) behind it and going that route, or even a very very light amount of 2 part epoxy just because not to put to much down and have it squeeze out the...
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      I'd suggest wetsanding with 1500 and using a gray...

      I'd suggest wetsanding with 1500 and using a gray scuff pad to prep the areas you are going to paint. No need for priming.

      Take your time :thumbup:
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      I really like how you did that, i see it as Form...

      I really like how you did that, i see it as Form over Function and added lag time (not bashing just an my thought). Very unique props for thinking outside of the box :thumbup:
    15. The knobs I'm talking about are for adjusting how...

      The knobs I'm talking about are for adjusting how high/low the hood sits. They should look like this;...
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      I can live with that. Your the man Q, thanks...

      I can live with that. Your the man Q, thanks again for all the help along the way :thumbup:
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      No worries, I am going to call the machine shop...

      No worries, I am going to call the machine shop and ask them how exactly they ran the flow test and I'll post back with what they say as I'm in disbelief of the numbers as well. And I agree, I'm not...
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      No offense taken, I'm right there with you and...

      No offense taken, I'm right there with you and was/am in disbelief of the numbers myself. I'm simply taking the shops word.

      See if this works for pictures;
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      I have no idea as I haven't ever tried, I'd...

      I have no idea as I haven't ever tried, I'd suggest simply test fitting the parts on your mk2 and going from there.
    20. Properly treat/fix any rust and you won't have a...

      Properly treat/fix any rust and you won't have a need for POR15, in my opinion POR15 is for areas of the car that you don't see where rust occurs more often (floor boards, fender wells) not for an...
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