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The stock grill (plastic) does not look that mean. Does anyone make a nice aftermarket grill (think Aston Martin) or is this a DIY project with some high grade mesh? Would there be any downside when replacing to have the entire grill be mesh versus stock which has the areas on the sides closed? Best John
 

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johnv said:
The stock grill (plastic) does not look that mean. Does anyone make a nice aftermarket grill (think Aston Martin) or is this a DIY project with some high grade mesh? Would there be any downside when replacing to have the entire grill be mesh versus stock which has the areas on the sides closed? Best John
Check www.beastpower.com
 

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Whizzkid11 said:
Theres this one:

http://www.bmtown.com/imagedata/e39/E39chromegrille6L.jpg

http://www.bmtown.com/imagedata/e39/E39chromegrille3L.jpg

From.. www.bmtown.com

Personally, I am quite happy with my one - did consider the all black mean look - but the chrome gives it a mean class! (?!)
Guess I confused the grills..... :confused3 daaah!!!

If its the mesha t the bottom - then I'd say the Beastpower looks good - but depends on the colour of your car for max effect....

I love my Schnitzer "egg tray" as has been described... combined with the splitters... I guess its mean enough.. :hihi:

Here are a couple of pics... its filthy as its just come out of the garage/workshop... and NOT clean

http://195.172.152.75/pics/dirty.jpg

http://195.172.152.75/pics/filthy.jpg

rgds

Was!
 
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