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This is maybe the key word here. Is the exhaust already on the car? It is a custom tip that is different than stock, so it is possible that it may not fit the standard cutout perfectly anyway. I thought there were markings on the back of the bumper that enabled one to cut it out for an exhaust, but I didn't end up doing this (accidentally ordered an aero exhaust rather than arc once, but my indy just welded the arc tip on as they felt it would look neater than cutting the bumper).
I guess what I'm saying is with the stock aero exhaust, yeah, buying the bumper trim might be 100% the way to go.. with the Krona exhaust, I'm not as sure. I would look into what if any modifications or difficulties (if any) people encountered installing Kronas even on aeros.
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