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    Project-G NA Front Fender Update



    From late 2010 Project-G started down a slow road to their vision on the front fenders for the NA out of necessity. First concentrating on the top profile to get the look we were after, and at the same time gaining the clearance we needed. Mid 2012 hit and one of the fenders suffered some damage, so it was time to get busy on this ongoing project. Because of how we like to do things here at Project-G, we went with full metal construction and added our recess on the lower section.



    One question that keeps coming up is why does the front look so different and aggressive? Instead of going with the standard practice of making a "bubble" fender and trying to replicate the OEM look, we needed to put the Project-G spin on it.

    Our vision from the beginning was a sharper more aggressive profile that sloped to the edge, but at the same time flowing with the style of the NA body.



    To the unsuspecting observer, the fenders look to be factory. To the enthusiast, there is a lot going on here. They swallow up 15x9 +0 wrapped in 195/50's with ease. (15x9-8 pictured) We kept the edges smooth and clean as to minimize the chances of catching a tire on the lip and shredding some expensive rubber or even worse, ruining a fender.



    Our recess behind the wheel was conceived with our corner flare in mind. We feel the compliment each other rather nicely and add to that subtle, aggressive look we are always after.



    (Excuse the dirt, I didn't think it would show up so well.)



    We have been very pleased with the feedback we have received so far. We understand this may not be something for everyone, but it is definitely a welcome addition to the Project-G line.

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    Congrats!! Looks nice, well done.
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    That is a nice setup. I would buy if I had a NA. Is there a possible version for the NB?

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    Project-G NA Front Fender Update

    I would consider putting these on my car but I had a couple of questions. How much wider is it compared to stock fenders? And it you guys produce it, what will it be made of?
    And when I leave, come together like butt cheeks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risingsun124 View Post
    .........Because of how we like to do things here at Project-G, we went with full metal construction and added our recess on the lower section............

    These are metal fenders!! Wow that is super!!! they look great too!

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    How much are these?

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    im in.

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! SpeedWorks's Avatar
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    These need to be made available NOW

    Where do I send my money to get these?

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power maharaj's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rwd24mx5 View Post
    How much are these?
    Inquiring minds would like to know

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    5,000 rpm - there be torque here! psulja's Avatar
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    These fenders look amazing! Great work!
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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! SpeedWorks's Avatar
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    where are the updates??????????????/

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwd24mx5 View Post
    how much are these?
    x2

    Quote Originally Posted by mike View Post
    im in.
    x2

    Quote Originally Posted by speedworks View Post
    these need to be made available now

    where do i send my money to get these?
    x1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! SpeedWorks's Avatar
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    now seriously...... where are the updates?

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    ok, ok, so i'm pretty sure you guys have been busy, but we need some more updates on the fender progression.

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    Those really do look phenomenal, wish NB guys got some love

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