Guys, I spoke with Martin (MAXSIX) yesterday and from what he told me, the problem is that when he wants to install the aluminium radiator support, there is not enough room left to reinstall the rubber bushing between it and the frame...
Flip the bushings, put the bottom ones on top. THe plastic wheel wells will need some type of spacer 5/8 of an inch. THe metal piece that bolts from your header panel and core support will need to be a little trimmed to fit the core support. You'll need nuts and bolts for the top fender mount. You will have to drill new holes for the plastic dowels on the bottom of the core support also.
I used the same method as usetoboost everything required a little finessing, but what have you done to these car's that hasn't. I used some scrap Starboard to make the spacers, that stuff is like duct tape, you just never quit finding uses for it.
I was really wanting to do a aluminum support also but that seems like quite a bit mod work to fit it in there for the few pounds you will be saving! Are all there spacers able to be seen when done wondering how clean it looks once installed maybe post some pics?
Mine is stripped all the way down and i was holding off on powdercoating the original support thinking i was going aluminum but maybe not! I can use the aluminum bumper mounts and save the same weight and they bolt right up that is if the weight means that much to me!