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Old 02-09-2019, 19:29   #1
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Evo X undertray and wheel arch trim

Just when everythings going swimmingly again i smell a faint smell of burning on the way home in traffic and when i pulled up, i thought it was the brakes from the ragging around just before i hit traffic and got home but it appears that the smell was coming from the plastic inner arch which had melted away against the tyre

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and on further inspection the right hand side of the undertray is missing!

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what are my options for getting these replaced?

couldnt find the parts on ebay! and dont fancy driving now the radiator is exposed more to the stones flying off the tyre.
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Old 02-09-2019, 20:12   #2
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Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

WHY HAS THIS BEEN MOVED TO THE PICTURES AND VIDEO SECTION!

IM NOT SHOWING OFF MY CAR IM IN NEED OF ADVICE AND HELP
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If your budget allows why not upgrade and have a solid aluminium undertray. The stock one is rubbish on the evo X. I had the Carbing full undertray from Ross Sport:

https://www.rosssport.com/Brands/CAR...10-CARB5093291
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If you want stock items with new clips etc Ross Sport also supply them... just hit them up via PM on here.
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Cheers nice one for all the help
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Do you know why it suddenly started rubbing? What size tyres are you running?

The OE undertray and arch liners are crazy expensive!
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Do you know why it suddenly started rubbing? What size tyres are you running?

The OE undertray and arch liners are crazy expensive!
My guess is the part of the undertray right in front of the drivers wheel came off and as it partly attaches to the wheel arch liner my guess is air forced it onto the tyre. Not lowered my car or have any none spec tyre sizes... Standard rims with standard height tyres running standard ride height
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My guess is the part of the undertray right in front of the drivers wheel came off and as it partly attaches to the wheel arch liner my guess is air forced it onto the tyre. Not lowered my car or have any none spec tyre sizes... Standard rims with standard height tyres running standard ride height
Sounds plausible.

The OE undertray actually comprises three pieces that are joined by simple fasteners, but I don't know if they can be purchased separately (but it would seem logical that they should).
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