Official RallyArmor Mudflaps for the Type R

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    mine looked like that but it didn't bother me, I've had them on for a month now and they look worse
     
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    #272 WindJunkie, May 3, 2019
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    Just went through 19 pages of this thread and didn't find a red CTR with red RA mud flaps.Can someone share photos if you have one?

    Someone posted a red CTR with black RA mud flaps, that was the other color I was looking to see (thank you)

    Edit: Found a photo on FB. Thanks
     
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    Why shiny poly plastic instead of injection molded like OEM? These are going to look obliterated after a very short period of time.

    I wish Honda would not be so lazy and make them for this car.
     
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    sounds right!
    https://www.hondaautomotiveparts.co...yJnk9MjAxNyZ0PXR5cGUtciZlPTYtc3BlZWQtbWFudWFs

    Think their the same as those front ones.

    https://www.hondaautomotiveparts.co...ed-manual/interior-bumper--rear-bumper-type-r
     
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    I love my Rally Armor mud guards. I didn't think they'd look good on the CTR, but I was definitely wrong. Worth their weight in gold.
     
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    I only love them because I don't get rocks shooting up the side of the car any more, and there's a lot of loose asphalt & gravel around here right now. The looks are unique, and while I personally dig 'em, they are definitely polarizing to some.
     
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    Fair enough. I'm more a function over form kind of guy... In this case, the level of protection the Rally Armor flaps provide is much more important to me than the aesthetics, good or bad.

    At least for me, it seemingly worked out to look good and offer great protection. Can't complain!
     
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    Was hesitant on getting these because I've seen other cars that had them and poorly installed. Didn't want anything bright red so chose the black with gray. Install took about an hour, no wheels removed. I like them and they blend in well with the black car.

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    I had these on my STi for 2 and a half years and man did it help prevent my car from paint chips and nasty gunk splashes. I'm definitely going to buy these on Black Friday for my CTR!
     
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    I love mine too! Seem durable enough to take a punishment, better than my paint while I peel away :drive:

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    Highly recommend.

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