After posted about the 2010 Mugen Honda Jazz, today we would like to post about on how change your original Jazz grill with the Mugen grill.This is some simple modification.The grill is from the Mugen while the beautiful carbon fiber lip is from the JDP Engineering.
It is not easy to get the original or genuine Mugen parts in Malaysia.But one good thing about Malaysia is that we can easily get all those bodykit from some of the car accessories workshop.Usually for Honda fans, they will order directly from the Mugen. That’s right, from a Mugen oil cap, to a full body kit; you can order a number of items from them.
Here, the front grill makes the biggest impact – includes the infamous Mugen badge, and features a border that really changes the look of the front end. It installs in less than ten minutes, and you can do it on your own.
The Mugen grill as compared to the OEM version. Check out the thick border that runs along the bottom of the grill, and the smooth center that replaces the honeycomb plastic.
Snap clips hold the factory unit in. Pop them out carefully, one by one, and simply pull the old grill out. The Mugen version uses supplied double sided tape to help center it, along with the factory clips that you should have saved from the OEM grill removal. Just center it, stick, and snap in the clips.
The Mugen Grill installed with the old emblem from the standard grill. The JDP Engineering radiator shroud and front lip go perfectly with the new addition.