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How wide are the openings on a 99 spec front bumper

I'm going to order some mesh from Custom cars grills and wondered if someone can give me a quick measurement of the main opening and the oil coolers so I can order enough.(i,m out of town)
And I will post up pics when I'm done

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Measured in inches, buy enough, measure it again, make your bends if nescesary and test fit it. Good luck

Center = 28 x 9
Oil coolers = 7 x 4
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This is what I'm ordering woven wire XXL black

https://www.customcargrills.com/Woven-Grill-Mesh.asp
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For future reference a nice collection of translated Japanese articles which cover 99 spec changes quite extensively.

http://www.rx7.net.nz/newrx7.htm
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post some pix after you are done. Interested to see the outcome.
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For future reference a nice collection of translated Japanese articles which cover 99 spec changes quite extensively.

'99 FD3S
This is super helpful!
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This is super helpful!
Yup, it is really interesting how they say that stock boost on pre-99 spec FD's was actually 0.62 bar (9 PSI) and 280ps 99-spec FD's were 0.74 bar (10.7 PSI). I see most people quoting 10 PSI for pre-99 cars and 12 PSI for 280ps cars.
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