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Recently took these off my car. Decided I don't need the trouble of drilling out and riveting them back on every time I want to remove the diffuser. No pics, but I assure you they are in working order.

Difflow Diffusers - Lotus Elise and Exige Aero Plates

That picture of the plates is the actual plate you'll get. My car is the one up on the stands in that pic.

$60 shipped.
 

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Recently took these off my car. Decided I don't need the trouble of drilling out and riveting them back on every time I want to remove the diffuser. No pics, but I assure you they are in working order.

Difflow Diffusers - Lotus Elise and Exige Aero Plates

That picture of the plates is the actual plate you'll get. My car is the one up on the stands in that pic.

$60 shipped.

I was planning to get a set of these, but always envisioned using screws & locknuts or clipnuts, not riviets. Can you not get reach through to start the nuts? :shrug:
 

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Probably not, the whole idea of the plates is to minimize the gap which air can be pulled through. A threaded ferrul might be a better idea, no nut needed then.
 

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I used nuts and bolts on mine and enjoy them just fine. Good deal for someone.
 
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