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Nice, but what about your stock plate, you need it in the front.
 

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Marks900SE said:
Nice, but what about your stock plate, you need it in the front.
Does NH have the front plates?

In PA we do not have them, just the rear.

My car was originally purchased in NJ, so unfortunately I have a stupid plate mount on the front that I hate, but don't want to remove it because then there will be big holes there.
 

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That is one of my least favorite laws. I must loose at least 5 hp by the all the air that is blocked from flowing to my intercooler. :evil:
 

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Eh, you don't notice the holes from where the front plate holder was. I bought my car in Texas (front plate required) and registered it here in Louisiana (no front plate). It looks fine! Much better than w/ an empty plate holder.


Maybe I'll get one of those Euro license plates for the front...:cool:

Wish mine said Viggen...;oops:
 

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You could get one of the black ones that says turbo in silver letters. I think it is very subtle.
 

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That looks great! I would get the more subtle plate, but I think my color of car needed a litttle more because it's not that Viggen Blue :).. besides that I didn't want to go a SAAB OEM route..

-Avinash
 

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i just moved my plate a bit upward in hopes to get more air on the i/c, but it looks damn goofy, i need one of those plates now.
 

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16volt said:
I havent had any probs with the fuzz in WA yet with this.

I have one of those on my 99 vig as well. :cool:
 

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16volt said:
I havent had any probs with the fuzz in WA yet with this.
You will...it's just a question of time...

I tried that back in '92 on my BMW - I got nailed for it!
 
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