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07-15-2012 05:51 PM
mt_goat The instructions say to wax the area before installing. If you do it would probably help if you take them off later.
04-20-2012 12:41 PM
Litemike Has anybody removed the splash guards after several years and had the paint on the car affected?
03-09-2012 02:09 PM
Artema Actually I've been meaning to paint mine. I'll do that this weekend.
03-09-2012 12:58 PM
John Bravo I just purchased splash guards today my dealership. I intend to install them tonight.

I was planning on getting them online because I found the sedan kit for $68 shipped. First, to keep it local, I gave my dealership the opportunity to earn my business (I am VERY happy with their service...Billion Honda, Iowa City).

List Price: $104
My Price: $68 + tax for a total of about $72

I figured the additional $4 is worth having them today

03-08-2012 01:27 PM
2006accord4 I just put some on over the weekend on my coupe. I was always jealous of other Accord people who had them when I would walk in my office parking lot
03-05-2012 03:37 PM
jflo916 The intrinsic error of a thread like this is that, usually, only people who are interested in, or have already installed this accessory will be searching for it. Therefore, you will hardly get any negative opinions about them. I, for one, am on the fence about getting them for my coupe.
07-26-2011 02:27 PM
Originally Posted by bnikanor View Post
splash guards are already painted here match the car color, no need to modify
that's great! however, here in canada, it's just black. manclub has a diy video on how to paint it and match the colour of your car. check it out.
07-15-2011 04:30 AM
Originally Posted by bnikanor View Post
splash guards are already painted here match the car color, no need to modify
You're saying you can purchase OEM Honda spalsh guards with paint match? Where?
07-14-2011 08:42 PM
bnikanor splash guards are already painted here match the car color, no need to modify
07-14-2011 05:48 PM
accord06 Sedan looks really good with splash guard! It also depends on the climate if its rainy/muddy you'll love having them on.
07-07-2011 05:56 AM
Accordguy04 I put on OEM splash guards and I like the way it looks, but its also nice that you don't get that splash line on the rear bumper (dirt getting thrown at the bumper from the rear tires makes a distinct line).
07-06-2011 03:29 PM
NHAccord reduces spray especially on the bottom of the back quarter panel. If you have a dark car and they look good on mine. I got lower cost ones and am happy with them.
07-06-2011 01:01 PM
Originally Posted by inspire08 View Post
I installed mine for functionality but I bought the 09 TSX splash guard for $70 comes OEM painted. Fitted on my 09 Accord Sedan
Are there any special modifications for the 2009 TSX guards to fit on a 2011 Accord sedan? I have the sedan in Alabaster, anyone know Acura's equivalent color? I hate the black OEM guards on the Alabaster... Seems like the TSX might be the way to go if Acura's silver matches and holes don't have to be drilled...
09-17-2010 12:37 PM
McGrady III I think it depends on the color of the car. I have them on my 06 graphite sedan and love them. I have seen them on lighter colored sedans and I think they stand out more and start to get ugly.
09-12-2010 03:57 PM
Aiden If you don't like splash guards and still want to protect your wheel well from snow and gravel then I recommend you get a can of clear Chip Guard. I sprayed Chip Guard on my wheel well after installing the mug lip kits and there's not a single scratch on it.
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