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Old 12-10-2009, 02:17 PM
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Hey Everyone,

I've decided to get a bunch of aftermarket (all OEM) parts for my car and I wanted your suggestions on price and where I may be able to find the items cheaper.

Here's a list of the parts I need and their part numbers..

Front Portfolio Shadow Wheel C2P17787
Front Portfolio Shadow Wheel C2P17787
Rear Portfolio Shadow Wheel C2P17788
Rear Portfolio Shadow Wheel C2P17788
Front Left Spoiler C2P18503XXX
Front Right Spoiler C2P18504XXX
Left Side Skirt C2P8122XXX
Right Side Skirt C2P8123XXX
Rear Vallance C2P18506XXX
Tail Pipe Finisher C2P18505
Chrome Side Vents C2P19943
Pedal Kit C2P17200

These are all for my 2010 Jaguar XK (not an R).

Tires I'm going to get off of Tirerack.

One of my main questions is, has anyone tried to fit a 2010 XKR exhaust on their regular XK? I like the look of that better since it has the 4 pipes, and If I ended up doing that, I would need a different Rear Vallance and different Tail Pipe Finisher.

Any other cool mods I'm missing? I have tints and the R grill already.

Thoughts?
-J
 
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Pictures?
 
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how is it aftermarket and oem at the same time? lol
 
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Since everything is so new (car's a 2010), I don't really know of many places. I'd just suggest doing some Googling, although, I have somewhat of a feeling that you may need to go through the dealer.

I know Mina has some stuff available.
 
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how is it aftermarket and oem at the same time? lol
Quite a lot of manufacturers make their parts available on the aftermarket even though they might be OEM, the classic case being tyres. For instance, Lemforder made the superb and everlasting front suspension ball joints for the XJ40 and X300, also backwardly compatible with XJ Series 1, 2, & 3. These are now very cheap on the aftermarket, and of course no longer used by Jaguar, but they are still genuine OEM. The David Manners website indicates for parts which are OEM and which are pattern.
 
 
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