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You do not need to remove the bumper.
Everything stays as it is. It is a 0.6mm real carbon overlay that you can glue over the original part.
It fits nicely over the original part, I took the photo's with the carbon pressed over the original part, not used glue yet.
Just the check the fitment and the looks.

Some pictures from the part on the diner table.

Alfa/Mopar wil bring a similar part. It is listed in the Mopar brochure but cannot be delivered yet.



 

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Great set especially for the "murdered out" look. Gives it a classy touch.
 

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I do like the quality of the product. Unless you're into the all black look, I do prefer the aluminum on black Giulias as it highlights the signature V from Alfa. You see the V from across the street so you know it an Alfa. I believe that was the intent of the designers, otherwise, that portion wouldn't be there.

But I do love carbon fiber, so I have the chin in carbon fiber instead.

 

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I do like the quality of the product. Unless you're into the all black look, I do prefer the aluminum on black Giulias as it highlights the signature V from Alfa. You see the V from across the street so you know it an Alfa. I believe that was the intent of the designers, otherwise, that portion wouldn't be there.

But I do love carbon fiber, so I have the chin in carbon fiber instead.

Wrap?
 

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Yes Sir. The 3M DI-NOC installed with a primer so its basically permanently installed. The installer who wrapped my car in clear bra did it. He also added a strip around the outer edge in clear bra to protect the carbon fiber wrap from any damage since it sits so close to the ground.
 
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