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Well, just went to the Rod Millen Website to possibily order another RMM Front lip spoiler for my other project car and it's no longer listed on the website I'm praying that they didn't stop making the RMM front lip for our 92-96 camry's. If so this really blows. I was wondering if any of you knew for sure. I tried e-mailing Rod Millen but their e-mail addy does not work for me for some reason. The RMM lip is the best looking front lip for our Camry's. Does any one know where I can buy one?
Originally Posted by LynchburgCSI
Ladies and gentlemen... the only turbo 5s-fe camry still in existence. Welcome back Terry. I can't wait to see how this goes.
haha, crazy, terry, I was just curious of the same thing.
do you guys notice any higher-speed stability with the lip?
I'm tossing around using the lip or not.
(I want to keep my car a sleeper, but if it's something that will actually benefit my car, I wouldn't mind it).
i am a poor bastard in college...does the RMM front lip look good on it's own with stock sides and rear...b/c tony the tiger has that setup but his car is lowered and mine's not
just wondering if just the front lip would look good on its own unlike some fronts (you know what i'm talking about )
^do it...do it...scew the sleeper, go over the edge, around the corner and down the street with it
hehe, not likely, I wouldn't mind the lip kit though (providing it actually is functional).
I have a lot more work to do with my cam. hard to believe I've not even had it for a year and I've gotten (in my opinion) pretty far with it.
I want to hit 15's at least by the summer, doesn't allow much room for cosmetics.
I contacted them a few months ago asking how much shipping was and got an email back saying they dont make the 92-94 lips anymore (I think I need to use that one due to the australian and american versions being different).
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