I have my clam off right now due to a radiator problem. I'm wondering is it easier to install a splitter with clam off vs on?
This. It was incredibly easy with the clam on.Obviously it's easier with the clam off, but it's also a piece of cake with the clam on.
- Front wheels on Rhino Ramps
- Remove front undertray
- Dry fit splitter - quick clamps and some blue tape (or a friend to hold it).
- 4 is too few. I went with 7 total to spread the load. I bought smaller bolts (3/4 inch I believe) and Nyloc nuts.
It's an easy job.
I haven't found one for the Elise clam yet. What I think I will do is place an additional piece material (flat formica) under the splitter which extends back and all the way underneath the clam secured to the frame. It needs to be secured to the frame not the clam. The splitter (which ever one u buy) would be sandwhiched btwn the flat "reinforcement"and the clam. Maybe only attached to the clam with industrial strength Velcro. I have seen this once before and the guy said I could stand on the splitter and it wouldn't move.Eyelise-What splitter do you recommend if you plan on going high speeds or tracking the car?