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Get a stylish upgrade with new Duraflex N1 Front Bumper Vents

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After upgrading your sporty Nissan 350Z or 370Z with a new exhaust and air intake, improving the airflow to the engine bay has a lot of sense. Duraflex designers took this idea to the next level and created an awesome N1 style kit for tuners and DIY upgrade enthusiasts to help supply more fresh air directly to the intake.

The kit includes a pair of fiberglass front bumper vents for the upper portion of the bumper which many Nissan owners find somewhat plain-looking. The lower portion of the bumper on the 370Z model can also be upgraded with a pair of larger vents on either side of the grille for better engine cooling.

Duraflex® - N1 Style Fiberglass Front Bumper Cover Vents (Unpainted)

Fits: 2003-2008 Nissan 350Z

Duraflex® - N1 Style Fiberglass Front Bumper Cover Vents (Unpainted)

Fits: 2009-2021 Nissan 370Z

Duraflex® - N1 RC Style Fiberglass Front Bumper Cover Vents (Unpainted)

Fits: 2009-2021 Nissan 370Z


Material: Fiberglass + proprietary polymer brand
Finish: Unpainted, black protective coating
Quantity: 1 pair


  • Designed to work with your OEM bumper cover
  • Transform the look of your vehicle
  • Manufactured using proprietary Duraflex polymer blend
  • Duraflex uses a combination of high-quality fiberglass, plastic, and flex resins for maximum flexibility and impact resistance
  • Parts come finished with a black protective coating
  • Engineered for increased durability and lasting service life
  • Duraflex technology ensures years of reliable service
  • Designed to improve aerodynamics and reduce drag resulting in better performance and fuel economy
  • Intended for off-road or show use only

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Het CARiD- have the duraflex bumpers been improved over the years? In the past, they were almost as brittle as fiberglass. Build quality and fit were negligible and they needed quite a bit of prep work to fit properly. Impact resistance was the killer, however.
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