Since most of the time the body kit bolts on but does not fit correctly you must make it fit. Most people use fiberglass and build up the areas that need to be filled. Once you build it up so that there are no gaps in the seams or very little gap then your done. You must get fiberglass sheet resin and hardener after applying let it dry and sand. if you dont sand and add on top of an uneven surface it will build up uneven the dry time depends on the temp and how much hardener is applied i usually just let it dry overnight since i work at night.
you have to use fiberglass
Yes its possible but your going to have to know how to mold fibreglass and carbon fiber and where your bumper attaches to the frame of your car once you find those you can develop any body kit you want.
If by body kit you mean an aftermarket ground effects kit, then yes. But almost all brands of fiberglass body kits will require modification to fit.
New body kits for a car can be found online on websites such as: CarID, Body Kits, Cars Direct, Andys Auto Spot, Car Kit Inc or at a local car repair shop.
Do a web search on your specific model. Search "Your Make and Model" body kit on google
Depends on the kit and car.
with modification and skill with fiberglass, yes. but if you are asking this question, you wouldn't be able to do it yourself.
A body kit is an attachment to your car to give it more visual appeal and aerodynamic properties that allow it to go fast on and off the track. They are usually made out of carbon fibre to keep the weight down.
a kit car is a car which you buy parts of it and then assemble it.
A body kit is usually composed of extra clip on panels that can be put on a car to make it look like it's been lowered (or for aerodynamic purposes if you're racing). Unless you're referring to the kit of parts needed to raise a vehicle, called a body lift kit.
Learn to buy off the internet you fucing idiot
well your car needs a new body kit because that contributes to the temperature of the car
A Kit car is a car that is bought in parts and them assembled by the buyer after purchase.
yes i took my car to a couple of places and was told that i had to have custom fiberglass done. but i found one on crutchfield www.crutchfield.com and it was only 20 or 25 $
Depends on the kit car and its specs
The light change will depend on the ground effects kit, and how it was installed. If the kit will unbolt then removal should give you access. If the kit is riveted onto or molded into the body then the car may have to be raised to get to the light.
I would say the opposite is true. I've installed a body kit on my car, and I had to remove the bumper reinforcement bars from front and back.. The only way the body kit would fit. I would suggest that you be a responsible and conscientious driver all the more, as you lose a degree of protection.. Other then that, they look good if done well enough.
Use fibreglass repair kit (automotive). Works well.
Nefer Audio provides custom fiberglass subwoofer enclosure kits. These kits allow the owner to choose the appropriate size for the fiberglass speaker rings to make for the best possible fit and sound. Nefer Audio can be found at http://www.neferaudio.com/kits/kits.htm
You can install a Bluetooth car kit yourself. In addition to the components of the car kit, you will likely need a drill and a drill bit of the size indicated in the Bluetooth car kit.
it would be a long explination but to make it short buy a body kit like a t bucket car or go to a dealership
I recommend using Dryout, they are great and have really quick service. You might try using a do it yourself mold check kit first to save a little money on an inspection. Well checking your home for mold yourself with a culture kit never gives you any information on whether you have mold or not. Those kits will always grow mold as mold is in our air. A professional will evalutate with a inspection whether you have mold growing in your home. www.gottmold.com FOR A PROFESSIONAL WITH 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN MOLD AND AIR QUALITY www.gottmold.com
no because the dimension is completely dif and its a face lifted car.
The correct answer is ones built for it. I don't think it is worth the trouble at all of making another car body kit fit on unless you got it for free and then its ultimately about making the kit fit under the car and how to best bolt in in.