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When I took possession of my C7 in Bowling Green, I had pre-ordered a nose bra to protect against rocks and other road debris on the drive to Nevada. A rep at the museum tried to install it, but became concerned that it might "flap around" and damage the paint when it didn't fit tightly. I had the nose bra returned to stock from where it was purchased!

I'm wondering if anyone has had good experiences with a specific nose bra and can recommend it? I decided not to go the 3-M film route, but perhaps there may be a temporary film that can be put on and easily removed for lengthy road trips?
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NovaStretch Bra is the ONLY solution I use. I used one on my '11 Camaro SS and '13 Camaro ZL1 and not a single blemish on them.

Clear bras look like crap when they get gouged by rocks and road debris.

Then you have to pay several hundred dollars to replace them.

NovaStretch is a rip-stop fabric and VERY durable, fits without flapping, can be used in the rain, and is $150.

Call Andy Holeman at NovaStretch Bra... (302) 239-5387.

Get the mirror protectors too!
 

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A rep at the museum tried to install it, but became concerned that it might "flap around" and damage the paint when it didn't fit tightly.
No idea where that assessment came from. The GM bra fits tight as a drum..
 

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I'm still trying to get my GM bra on... the tabs that are supposed to go in around the headlights but I can only get them to go in on one side, the other side is absoultly tight together with no way tabs will go in on. And on the bottom, I think I will have to loosen the screws holding the plastic as the clips can't go in the crack as it is. But it is still obvious that the bra will fit very tight.
 

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I'm still trying to get my GM bra on... the tabs that are supposed to go in around the headlights but I can only get them to go in on one side, the other side is absoultly tight together with no way tabs will go in on. And on the bottom, I think I will have to loosen the screws holding the plastic as the clips can't go in the crack as it is. But it is still obvious that the bra will fit very tight.
You absolutely need to use a plastic trim tool. Pry the fender plastic out a tad and slip them in. Especially in the inner upper corner. The tabs are thicker there..Once you get the technique down it's easy. Yes it does fit tightly..

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