Reviewed By Ted R (Kansas City, MO) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Matrix —9/23/2008 8:06 AM
The bra was easy to install, but you must keep in mind the clips are plastic not cold roll steel. With that said, my install went well and with no broken clips. If you are patient in adjusting your bra, and do it in a temperature above 70 degrees, you should be ok. It would not hurt to let the bra warm up in the sun an hour or two before you put it on. Cutting the hole for the front lic. plate was a little tricky and I would suggest you partially install the bra to see where you need to cut exactly for your car. My bra wears well at 65-70 mph. And although it may be a little loose for my taste, it can be fixed with a little velcro. And when I say loose I don't mean beating the car like a race horse, but loose enough to slip your fingers under, only on the hood piece. I beleive this to be an great valve for the money and I had no problems with delivery.