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We've got a new Aluminum diffuser that we will be offering shortly. It is a sweet piece that I am now test fitting on our Exige. The part is bigger and deeper than stock. I think Brent still has us beat on size...:D It is an affordable alternative to our ReVerie diffusers. There is no hole for stock exhaust tips. Pricing is expected to be under $600.

Give us a call if you are interested.
 

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Hum, I was about to get my stock one powder coated black but, I might have to wait.
Any idea of when pictures of this on the car are going to be available?
 

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We've got a new Aluminum diffuser that we will be offering shortly. It is a sweet piece that I am now test fitting on our Exige. The part is bigger and deeper than stock. I think Brent still has us beat on size...:D It is an affordable alternative to our ReVerie diffusers. There is no hole for stock exhaust tips. Pricing is expected to be under $600.

Give us a call if you are interested.
What's the spacing between the center vanes? Is there enough room to cut out a hole for the stock Exige exhaust? (I'll supply my own jigsaw)
 

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Most likely I'll be picking up a Larini Sport 8 Inch, this spring.

So this is pretty good timing- Is the finished powder coated black? Will my Boomerang tow hook still work with this?
 

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We've got a new Aluminum diffuser that we will be offering shortly. It is a sweet piece that I am now test fitting on our Exige. The part is bigger and deeper than stock. I think Brent still has us beat on size...:D It is an affordable alternative to our ReVerie diffusers. There is no hole for stock exhaust tips. Pricing is expected to be under $600.

Give us a call if you are interested.
Size does matter!
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Andy dont do that. That is ruining the majority of the fuction of the diffuser, unless it is just being purchased for looks then go for it.
Well, I currently have a three element diffuser (stock) with large hole in the biggest segment... wouldn't having a five element diffuser with a large hole in the (smaller) center segment be an improvement? 4 of 5 segments would have clean airflow instead of 2 (smaller) of out 3?

EDIT: I wouldn't get it just for looks... I definitely realize that I'd be reducing some of the effectiveness, but I'm trying to increase performance without getting too far away from stock (i.e. relocating the exhaust to the rear panel).
 

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Will this diffuser work with your S111 "Euro Style" grill?

Also, does this diffuser provide additional downforce & will you need to add a front splitter to balance it out?
 

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Most interested...post multiple pictures of it mounted!!!

This is the fin style I like the best. It's more racing oriented than the rounded off edges like the Reverie 5 element.

Does it weigh more than stock?
Is it the same gauge aluminum as stock?
-Robert
 

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I'm interested. Need to see pics on the car first. While I'm all for function, the CF 5 element just looks a bit too functional for me and doesn't flow with the lines of the car.

Also need a solution for a tow hook. Don't see how the boomerang will fit on that one.
 

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This may be a "stupid newb question" but do you have to remove the rear finishing panels in order to install an aftermarket diffuser?

I like the clean look my car has w/ the exhaust coming out of the "euro style" grills...but I hate seeing the holes in my factory diffuser...and I figure those holes give me a great excuse to buy a new one!:clap:
 
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