Perrin License Plate Relocate | 2017-2021 Honda Civic Si/Type-R (PHP-BDY-201)
17-21 Honda Civic Si/Type-R License Plate Relocate by Perrin
Relocate your front license plate with the PERRIN Front License Plate Relocate for a modified look and better airflow to radiators and intercoolers.
The PERRIN Front License Plate Relocate can be adjusted up or down to get the exact look you want. Allows you to place the plate perfectly on your car regardless of bumper style or aftermarket accessories.
PERRIN's Front License Plate Relocate solidly attaches to the aluminum bumper beam through the fog light cover. If you remove the Plate relocate in the future you can easily put your car back to stock.
The plate holder is made of thick plate aluminum which is pressed to add rigidity and eliminate any flex. The CNC machined aluminum stem is solidly bolted to the bumper beam so there is no bend or flex unlike competitive parts. All Parts are then anodized black to prevent corrosion.
- Thick Plate Aluminum Construction
- CNC Machined Aluminum Stem
- Bolts to Bumper Beam Through Fog Light Cover
- Height Adjustable
- 2017 - 2021 Honda Civic Si
- 2017 - 2021 Honda Civic Type-R
What's In The Box?
- 1 - License Plate Relocate Holder
- 1 - License Plate Relocate Stem
- 1 - M4 Short arm hex key
- 1 - Anti-Seize grease packet
- 1 - PERRIN License Plate Frame
- All Necessary Hardware
- Warranty, instructions, stickers
- Perrin Worry-Free 5-Year Warranty
If you have a car without holes in the bumper, and you don't wanna drill into it like an NPC, this is well worth the money. Easy to install and it's super strong along with being adjustable. The correct way to display your license plate
Excellent customer service.. 👍
Super sturdy mount and installed really easy! much better option for me because I couldn't bring myself to drill my front bumper.
Installing requires removing the fog light cover on either side, cutting a hole through the cover and cutting out a portion of the bumper concealed by the cover to access the bumper brace. It is not hard to install, but the hole in the cover looks king of ghetto on a brand new car.