[VIDEO] Installing ACS Composite’s C7 Corvette Z06 and Grand Sport XL Full Fender Extensions


[VIDEO] Installing ACS Composite's C7 Corvette Z06 and Grand Sport XL Full Fender Extentions

C7 Corvette owners know that the biggest source of paint damage to the cars comes when the sticky Michelin performance tires pick up rocks and other debris and launches them towards the rear of the vehicle. Chevrolet has offered the fender splats and even mudflaps for some protection, but if you really want to protect your C7 Corvette, take a look at ACE Composite’s XL Front Fender Extentions for the Z06 and Grand Sport.

The XL Front Fender Extensions combines the XL Front Rock Guards and OEM Front Fender Extensions (mudflaps) into a single continuous piece of protection against rock chips for the C7 Z06 and Grand Sport.

[VIDEO] Installing ACS Composite's C7 Corvette Z06 and Grand Sport XL Full Fender Extensions

The installation procedure is a complete swap-out and requires no modifications to your Corvette. The panels come as a set and are painted in Carbon Flash Metallic Black to match the other Carbon Flash pieces on the car. Not only does the XL Front Fender Extensions offer a uniform look to your C7 Corvette Z06 or Grand Sport, but you’ll be adding one of the most effective ways to protect your car from paint chips.

Our friends at ACS Composite are sharing a new video showing the (easy) install of the XL Front Fender Extensions.

The ACS Composite XL Front Fender Extentions are currently priced at $1,349 for the set of two.


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  1. “Pircey” is suddenly the name of he game when it comes to enhancing and protecting the body of our sports cars, lately. Five thousand dollars plus seems a lot to install carbon fiber front splitter and low rocker/sill ground effects a a three piece kit. However, if you need to removed the ground effects and splitter to “wrap” your C8 Vette, this will involve not only the removal of screws, but also the drilling out approximately 8 rivets which are GM’s choice for installing the ground effects. What’s this got to do with the word, “Pricey,” you ask? After the ground effects are wrapped, the paint correction done and wrapped, a reinstall is required. That means a rivet gun and rivets. The Official GM rivets were charged at the rate of $30.00 for just four of the rivets at my Cadillac Dealer Parts Department. That means that it is $60.00 dollars for Genuine GM rivets (woldn’t want to void the warranty) to reinstall the ground effects. Just try looking up the price of standard rivets, on line to see what I mean.

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