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Old 22-09-2013, 21:42   #16
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Yes but waiting for it to arrive from Japan...
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Old 22-09-2013, 21:44   #17
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does it fits (with small modifications) also to the mitsu aerokit splitter?
Guess the Voltex splitter in going more infront compared to the mitsu one...
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Old 22-09-2013, 21:55   #18
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I have no idea mate... It's just the undertray part..
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Time to resurrect an old thread but Mitsubishi actually did some side under trays to decrease lift

Mitsubishi Underfloor Air Guides

Mitsubishi part number MZ575842

Downforce at 100kmh
Front: +1kgf
Rear: +2kgf

Downforce at 180kmh
Front: +3kgf
Rear: +6kgf

Anyone able to get these?
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Old 12-10-2018, 11:32   #21
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So what’s your plan m8?
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Be nice to have them for both aero and the added underbody protection they would give
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Exactly, but I guess you might have to get somebody to fab a bit in the middle of the undertray to meet up between the front to the back. That’s what I’m probably gonna do.
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Exactly, but I guess you might have to get somebody to fab a bit in the middle of the undertray to meet up between the front to the back. Thatís what Iím probably gonna do.
LOL, you need to drive it and enjoy it a bit.
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LOL, you need to drive it and enjoy it a bit.
hopefully next year summer might even join you at one trackday but I haven’t driven her in over 4years I’m gonna be rusty as hell .
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