Front clip

One-piece made "Front Clip" is integrating: front bumper, front spoiler, front hood and both front fenders. The rear & front clip together virtually build the whole car body! Both clips are equipped by inner flange around the edge of all four wheel wells, same as any serial production automobile In combination with front "LIP", the bottom front nose is specially designed to induce underpressure under the whole vehicle during high speeds.

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Front lip

Front "LIP" installs directly into the front clip. Its slightly raised edge (X) over the engaged part ensure precise rift when seated. According to the fact Attack is a low riding vehicle, this part was created and manufactured separately, due to its possible damages.

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Rear clip

Similar as "Front Clip", the "Rear Clip" integrates majority of main body panels: rear bumper, rear lights sheet, both rear fenders, both roll-bar covers, rear quarter hood with rain-rail flange around the main hood opening, both rocker panels & side skirts, behind the seat luggage compartment and interior and dash walls. No panels alignment troubles, no time consuming rifts adjusting anymore! Easy & fast installation!

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Rear muffer

Rear muffler sheet is shaped to match the curves of rear bumper and will cover your silencer and other parts from underneath the engine compartment. For driving the streamlines to cool down the exhaust tubes and the engine block, we recommend to drill a few holes here. For best results, the bottom line holes are those most important. (see the silver painted one)

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Rear spoiler

Rear spoiler is made from two parts "in-mold" bonded together when drying. This technology insure best jointing and prevent from later paint cracking or other damages. The design of this particular part is not just designer job, but was created with help of computer analyze, to seriously force down the vehicle in high speeds!

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Rear hood

Rear hood consist from two panels bonded together. Exterior part and inner liner. This technology ensure the best structural rigidity as well as provide a professional look even from under the hood view.
The inner liner perform here also water draining task. When the rain drops get in through the motor air breathers, water rails hidden inside of the hood will lead the water to the drain exit.

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Doors

The main door panel is made up of several connected parts. The result is high durability and professional appearance from all sides.

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Rollbars

Both head protective rollbars are all over covered by stylish "intake type" skirts. Upper part belongs to the rear clip while parts (A) & (B) are installed separately. See detail how the whole gatefold goes together on the body..

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Sheet of glass

Windshield is installed between these two brackets. The front windshield frame cover and the bottom glass & steel frame cover.

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Door trim

On the inside of the door there is a handle for door closing, handle to control the lock and an arm rest. These all come also in carbon trim.

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Dashboard

Main location for parts (1), (2), (3), (4)

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Passenger compartments (1)

The right part of dash board is occupied by glove box. There is a solid space for gloves, sun glasses, personal licenses and for non-folded letter documents! The split lid is made from thick material and whole space is clamping for better security.

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Additional gauges (2)

The middle part of the dash board is wrapped by the additional gauges panel. This panel comes with blended openings, so you can decide what to install in. If your Attack is not using high output engine and no special gauges are needed, this area can be use for clock, voltmeter, drive economy gauge, or inside/outside temperature meter. Panel is attached by four embedded hex screws.
Any rounded gauge with diameter 21/16 inch will fit perfectly in each boot. (21/16" is a standardized size)

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Instrument panel (3)

Instrument panel shield forms one piece with left part of the dash. It is attached to the under dash panel, which takes the whole space under the dash. Both are reinforced with main frame steel bar running transversally across the whole dash for maximum structural rigidity and driver & passenger safety. This shield is designed to accept the Honda Accord (USA 1990-93, EU 1989-93) instrument panel with perfect visibility of all original check lights and gauges. (instrument panel is part of your donor car, not included in kit).
The final effect is adding that needed sporty character to the original family car gauge cluster. New shield is covering the instrument panel along all rounded gauges and its upper nib shades the gauges against direct sun.

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Center console (4)

Center console panel is covering the interior middle tunnel area. It is attached to the steel frame tubes by 6 embedded hex screws. Marked area is to be cut for stick shift or automatic transmission controller. Longitudinal hollow in the middle is seating for parking brake lever.

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Seats

K-1 seats were extra patented due to their extraordinary design. These seats were created especially for ATTACK use, so they fit perfectly into the interior shell. Each seat consist from profile reinforced rear tray and ergonomically designed backrest. Both seats are reclining as one unit to reach the luggage compartment behind the seats.
The actual backrest shell exactly fasten your body in strong curves as well as firmly protect your neck and head against rear impact.
The back reinforced tray could be also ordered in several colors. Even Carbon Fiber combination is available on whole seat, or just on one part of it.
The multi point seatbelts are attached to steel frame right behind the seats and lead through the holes in each seat.
To create a strong and rigid seat a several tests were perform to the control series of first seats. Holes were cut to the critical points and the seat was stress lot more than in the car.
After this the holes were check for cracks or any other defects.
These results show us the ideal amount of bondo applied between the backrest and the tray, as well as thickness of material used for manufacturing the seat.

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Internal sheet of glass

The bottom liner upholster the glass supports as well as the upper steel frame and create a protective seating for the actual glass. The front cover sits on the glass and mask the edges. This flexible housing is vibration free and provides more safety for driver and passenger.

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Driver's footrest

Even the sitting position in the Attack interior is very comfortable and still racy, driver legroom is not as spacy as in regular vehicle. This is caused by extremely low sitting position and legroom slightly moved to the center line. A part of space normally used as legroom is shared here with a front wheel. For this reason, driver legroom wall is equipped with special rest sector for left leg, ideal for high way cruising when not using clutch/brake pedals very often.

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Passenger compartments - bottom

This part along with the main dashboard form the lower part of the passenger compartments . A designer sloping continues to the footwell.

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Tunnel - driver

The panel which is the right part of the driver’s footwell.

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Front panel - driver

Through this panel the pedals are mounted to the main frame. The points for drilling are marked on this part (pedals assembly, the steering goes through this part as well).

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Front panel – passenger

Through this panel the cooling system is lead, the front part is specially shaped so that it creates space for changing gears. The points for drilling are marked (penetration of the cooling system).

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Tunnel - passenger

The panel which forms the left, rear and also upper part of the footwell at the passenger’s feet.

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Front fenders

These left & right inner front fenders are installed directly on main frame just behind the front wheels. They are isolating interior from water, dirt, dust and noise as well as protecting the door hinges. These panels are made from one piece fiber for maximum rigidity to even better reinforce the steel frame.

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Rear fenders

Rear fenders sit tightly on the main body. The sports shock absorbers run through the moulding on the sides of the car.

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Headlights covers

These covers which separate the wiring from the headlights have an aesthetical function but also create the front part of the fenders and thus isolate the headlights from getting dirty.

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Floor – front part

The front part of the car.

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Floor – passenger part

Main part of the floor underneath the passangers.

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Floor – rear diffuser

Rear part of the floor for regulation of the flowing air.

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Mirrors

Rearview mirrors are made from two pieces and filled with polyurethane foam to prevent temperature dilatation and cracking. Mirror glass is adjustable manually, however Attack is a light weight sport roadster and due to its thin aluminum stands, there is no space for wires anyway. Inside of each shell is flush-mounted thread for joint installation. (J) Aluminum stands are inserted and bonded inside of rails in the outer mirror skin.

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Front headlight sockets

a) Low beam socket
b) High beam and indicator socket
- Headlights are adjustable in all directions

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Rear light sockets

Rear lights tubes are delivered in hi quality black gel-coat finish, which is ready to be paint without any other developing. Tubes are designed to direct acceptation of original Lamborghini Diablo tail lights.
You can do your own decision regarding the type of tail light ordering. Several types are available: brake/tail/blinker, brake/tail/reflex, tail/brake/fog, brake/fog, brake/tail, tail/blinker, tail/reverse/brake, reverse/blinker and much more!
Optional are white or transparent lights. All lamps are 100% street legal and are or U.S. DOT-3 or EU certified!

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Fuel panel

A fuel panel which has been adjusted to the fuel filler cap can be found underneath the front hood on the right side.

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