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My Xenon Kit Has An Erebuni Sticker On It?

I picked up my Xenon sides and rear today. I went to a local shop and had them price match ImpactParts.Com's price. I believe it is polyurethane, but it has a sticker that says "Erebuni Shogun Civic #514SS." Should I be worried about this at all?

Another thing. I was quoted with $350 on painting and install of the sides and rear. Is that a good price? I'm also thinking about getting my chipped front lip repainted, so it might be even more.

The kit does have the Xenon installation instructions, and it does look like the kit, so I guess maybe they slapped the wrong sticker on it?
Anyways, I tried to install a sideskirt by myself and ummm the front of the sideskirt fit ok, but the rear popped out a little bit, possibly because it is the same skirt for the coupe. I guess I'm gonna have to get it installed professionally then.


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uh.. are you sure its the xenon kit then? maybe you should ask the shop why it has that sticker
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that's a little shady if you ask me..
you should check that out..
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the erebuni kit and the xenon kit look...VERY SIMILAR...maybe you thought you ordered xenon but didnt...the probably gave you the xenon instructions cause it is like the same thing...i dont kno tho...the paint price doesnt sound bad at all especially if that includes install
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whats the difference between the xenon and the erebuni? i just looked at erebuni's site and they show the XENON civic without the xenon sign. whats the deal here?

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Well, Xenon kits have the "Xenon" engraved or dunno the word, on it. Its like a impression on the side skirts "Xenon". My friend has the kit and that maybe a way to know.
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hey guys what kinda wheels are on that xenon kit? where do you get them?
man those tires look lowwww profile!
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those are the wheels i'm most likely getting. focal f5 in 18s. not sure but the tires are probably 215-35.
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I e-mailed NMB Paint and got this reply.....

Nick,
"effective"
I guess this really depends on your definition of effective.
If you have the ability, the outcome of using our spray can be quite good -
recently we received a .jpg photo from a customer in Ohio, he painted
taillight covers of his ranger, I've attached that for you to see.
Again, I say - your ability is the main factor of consideration.
The major differences between a body shop & using our spray cans is that
they can adjust the air pressure and fluid volume to counter atmospheric
conditions and because they mix their clear as they use it, it can be
chemically activated which gives the clear a faster dry time and more
durability.
Between you & me, if I had "ground effects" (I presume a fairly large
surface area) I would lean toward the body shop to paint them I would guess
in spray cans alone you would need three color & three clear which would
cost almost $120.00 and then you have to do the work.

And that's my opinion...

Michael Grant
NMB Paint Sales



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