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If I get it do I need to do the wing or I can do it by itself?

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You're not alone, I too want to know how this changes behavior on the track without a rear wing. Conceptually I think it would reduce understeer, anything else?


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post #22 of 97 (permalink) Old 07-25-2006, 10:24 PM
 
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Also interested in a group buy.

Please also answer the questions:

1. How it is secured to the Clam (we have seen damage at high speed before)

2. Will you be offering a diffuser in carbon fiber as well for a reasonable price to help with balance?

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That looks like a direct copy of the ReVerie Front Splitter. Not cool


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That looks like a direct copy of the ReVerie Front Splitter. Not cool

How can you tell if its a direct copy from such small pictures? Theres really few ways you can mold a spoiler and have it fit the contours of the front bumper anyway.

Any plans for an exige model?
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That looks like a direct copy of the ReVerie Front Splitter. Not cool


at the lower price i could give a **** if it's a copy
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Available in all fiberglass too $399.00 order online or call 925-371-2288
The all fiberglass version isn't on the website.
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at the lower price i could give a **** if it's a copy


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Ordered. We'll see how this does with my PB Racing wing. Ahhh, yes, another mod
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How can you tell if its a direct copy from such small pictures? Theres really few ways you can mold a spoiler and have it fit the contours of the front bumper anyway.

Any plans for an exige model?
It is also a hybrid glass and CF while the Reverie is not.
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Group Buy????

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I ordered one.

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To clear the air we did not use the ReVerie unit as a model for the mold.

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Is the CF clear coated?

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How much clearance do you lose? Which holds up better for a serial scraper like me?
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How much clearance do you lose? Which holds up better for a serial scraper like me?
Serial scraper!!!
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Yes it is clear coated.


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