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I eventually want to get the Moss Dual headlight setup, but was wondering if the various Naca ducted headlight lids, like the ones AWR sells, or the ones Aero Dramatics is planning on selling, will work with them? Thanks.
 

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I haven't heard of the one's from Aerodramatics ... do you have a pic? I actually have one coming from I.L. Motorsport ... anyone know if those are anygood?

As for your question, they'll still fit with the lowpros, you keep the original lid only the height of the opening is changed.
 

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Yes - There are some clearence probs with any low pro and a vented lid - especially a NACA duct lid - of course you can always modify the low pros -IIRC - it was a small fitment problem that can be worked out. Sometimes they sit a bit higher than the OEM lid.
 

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Yeah I meant AAC, I am also still waiting to see if I am on the list or not for the cheap introductory pricing.

Thanks for all the responses.
 

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I went ahead and got a set from I.L. Motorsports, for 44 Euros each. Quality doesn't look that great out of the box (alot of scratches) but I took them down to the paint shop and had them look at them and they can fix the few flaws no problem. They'll have to prep them again but will charge $25 and then $40 to paint and then whatever to fit them.

As for the opening and deck length they're comparable to pics posted out there on M-net from AAC and it's not like I wanted them in CF anyway.

I'm having the front bumper resprayed to fix some flaking next week so I'll post pics when it gets back.
 

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from looking at the install instructions on the moss Low-Pros you have to bend the mounting tabs on the headlight covers so as long as the tabs are able to be bent I would say yes.
 

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I went ahead and got a set from I.L. Motorsports, for 44 Euros each. Quality doesn't look that great out of the box (alot of scratches) but I took them down to the paint shop and had them look at them and they can fix the few flaws no problem. They'll have to prep them again but will charge $25 and then $40 to paint and then whatever to fit them.

As for the opening and deck length they're comparable to pics posted out there on M-net from AAC and it's not like I wanted them in CF anyway.

I'm having the front bumper resprayed to fix some flaking next week so I'll post pics when it gets back.
Those are a pretty good price, much cheaper than what mx5roadsters.com is charging.
 
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