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GrimmSpeed License Plate Relocation Kit - Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ

$79.00
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94029
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Features

  • This license plate relocation kit is designed to improve style and increase airflow.
  • This kit gives you the most adjustability of any license plate relocator on the market.
  • Plate holder made from laser cut and powder coated 5052 Aluminum.
  • Mounts in OEM tow hook location (no cutting or drilling required) with an indestructible black zinc-coated shaft (this will not bind and break off in your tow hook hole like cheap aluminum kits).
  • Simple stainless steel allen key hardware.
  • Weight: 2lbs
  • Fitment:
    • 2013 Subaru BRZ
    • 2013 Scion FR-S

License Plate Relocation Kit

Front license plates are a necessary evil in most states. Don’t let them block your car’s air flow. Reposition it with a GrimmSpeed license plate relocation kit. This kit secures your plate in your front tow hook location, but using GrimmSpeed’s Infinite-Adjust design, you can tweak the positioning to better fit whatever bodykit you’re using. Each tow hook adapter is custom designed and CNC machined from 12L14 and then treated with black zinc for an indestructible and perfect fit. It’s a great way to stay legal and look good doing it.

The Right Look

A GrimmSpeed license plate relocation kit is a quality component that will securely allow you to change your front plate’s positioning. Make sure to know your local motor vehicle laws before using this product.

We’re proud to bring you this and other quality aftermarket parts and accessories for the import vehicles you love. If you need any help finding or selecting the perfect components for your vehicle, give our trained staff a call at 888-SR20DET. They’ll be happy to answer any questions you have. Order your license plate relocation kit today from Enjuku Racing.

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