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Anyone have any idea for filling these voids?

blaster9

Well-known member
Took the front aero turds off my wife’s new ‘23 GCL and now there are square holes in the sides (definitely a diff design from my ‘21 that only left holes on the bottom). Trying to figure out what to put in there to fill the voids. If they were all round, itd be easy but the main one is square!F04CC83E-A3C4-47F6-AE96-0F66998C1FE7.jpeg5FC553E3-C822-4074-AC2A-0FF7AFEDE003.jpeg
 

J6L

Member
This might be an option to fill at least the two upper hole openings. On eBay you can find white Silicone Rubber Solid Sealing Strip Gaskets in both square and round. These come in a variety of sizes and might be the easiest way to hide those openings from the average on-looker.
 

blaster9

Well-known member
This might be an option to fill at least the two upper hole openings. On eBay you can find white Silicone Rubber Solid Sealing Strip Gaskets in both square and round. These come in a variety of sizes and might be the easiest way to hide those openings from the average on-looker.
Got a link?!
 

Sarge

Well-known member
How much do those things affect fuel economy, anyway? 0.5 mpg at 70mph?
various vendors that offer both square & round options
That might work, or you could get some round trim fasteners and paint them white, and cover with epoxy clear coat (assuming they don’t make them in white - I’ve only ever seen black.
 

Sarge

Well-known member
Leave the little bits on and add vastly more stability and exponentially better fuel economy at 120mph? Without them, you don't get that satisfying KKEEERRRAATCH sound after parking over a curb with the auto entry/exit suspension mode enabled, either.
 
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