I’m trying to get this de-cladding over the finish line, and today I attempted to install a regular sportback rear valance onto the TourX. I considered ordering the easy to swap Opel/Vauxhall part from Blitzparts - but I’m still not a fan of the fake exhaust ports nor the cost of shipping this part from EU. So for half the shipping cost, I took a flier on the complete sportback valance after making some preliminary measurements on a sportback at a local dealer. The rear bumpers match in measurement in the center (edge of reflector to edge of reflector). The sportback does have a slightly taller rise from the edge of the wheel well to the corner - so it’s not a direct swap. But with some small mods, I got it fitted up today. I let the valance go from inside to outside midway down the corners. I may cut that later on - but for now I’m going to get a shim and drill a small hole in the bottom of the rear bumper behind the wheel and use a body fastener to snug up. There’s a lot of double stick across the top. FYI the sportback has reflector housings in the bumper (vs on the valance for the TourX) so those are held in with 3M double stick tape. It’s a little colder today, so I’m not thinking the tape will adhere super well (which is why I have all the painters tape holding it right now). I do think it will ultimately work with a little more fitting and tweaking. If that’s the case, I will put some exhaust extensions to the two openings and have the dual tips visible, which I would prefer.