See update aboveI like their wheel diverters too!
Wonder if their front splitter includes any sort of reinforcement of the front undertray and bumper mounting!
Definitely out of my range but it seems like a very cool package! Hope they sell individual pieces some day as you enquired about!
They told me they would paint the aluminum sides Blue as well for an additional fee of $125.Got an update regarding the Rally Innovations light plate: It looks like they either got enough funding or enough interest to warrant a run of the light plate, so they are now available for pre-order here
R4S Light Plate: Mounts Endplates* Laser Cut 5052 Aluminum Powder Coated Black (4) Baja Designs Squadron Sports *Images show endplates in blue, but actual product is powder coated black. Total Price: $799.99 Shipping: $55.00 (Contiguous US 48 States Only) Production will begin once all order...www.rallyinnovations.com
$800 seems a bit steep for my taste though...
I just pulled the trigger on these. I'll report back when I have something to report back.Improve your Mk3 Focus RS lighting by adding Morimoto XB LED fog lights. This kit is designed to mount 114mm Morimoto XB LED projector fog lights in the intercooler opening. Kit includes: -Custom brackets with aiming adjusters -Morimoto XB LED projector fog lights -Lights pre-wired with correctwww.etsy.com
Another solution for those looking for more light.
The add calls them fog/driving lights so the low mounting point makes sense in that role. I agree that it would not make much sense as rally lights, even though they are adjustable.Would be interested in what you think. From the pics, it looked like the lights were a little too low and throws light below the sight line to be useful.
That's a shame, but I agree that your modification looks way cleaner. I was very interested in one back when they showed it at SEMA and one of the first things I requested is that it be made in black or the same finish as the front grill cover. I got excited when they said they were taking pre-orders, but when they mentioned it had to be as part of their "kit" I was out. Glad you got it sorted and looking good.Finally got around to installing my Rally Innovations light bar, and I have to say I'm sorta not impressed. So the lights mount to the lower plate, and then there is a piece that bolts on top that puts a plate on top of the lights, and the little uprights on the left and ride. I never thought it was a good look, I thought it looked kinda goofy and that it ruined the distinctive grill lines of the RS. I let it ride though, as I think the benefits of having the lights outweigh the cosmetic cons. When I got around to installing it, the upper portion I described above did not fit right at all. I decided to leave that piece off, and I actually think it looks much better that way. So overall I am satisfied, very much so. I am just unhappy with the fact that I spent so much money(~$400 on the light mount, sans lights), and that I ended up not using the biggest/likely most expensive piece to manufacture. I used the Baja Designs dual light harnesses(x 2), spliced into the brights, all the wiring hidden, nice and clean under the hood. Here are a couple crappy pictures