I was sitting at work looking at aftermarket hoods, and realized that rather than spending money on a hood I would still need to have painted that I should instead spend money on being a better driver.
So I signed up for a Foundations of Road Racing School with Driveway Austin in April.
Overall the installation isn't too bad, and they did include instructions in the kit.
1. remove the under tray. This was probably the longest part of the install. I put the front of the car up on jack stands and did it laying on my back in the driveway.
2. Remove the fog light bezel. There are six 7mm hex head screws holding it in to the bumper. With the bezel out, you can remove the screws holding the turn signal assembly in place and swap in the new one.
3. put it back together.
4. Do the other side
5. Put the under tray back in.
Overall it took me about an hour and a half this morning. While it was out I cleaned up the fog light assemblies.
I dropped the car off for an oil change (45,000 miles) and when I picked it up they said, your rear tires are shot, and one of them has a scew in it. They were at the wear bars and with this screw there was no way anyone was plugging it.
Then I've had an issue for a while with the chrome trim around the shifter. It's chromed plastic and has the usual issue with the chrome peeling. Since I'm out or warranty for anything like that I have to deal with it on my own. The cup holder trim was doing the same thing...