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Looks identical to a Lowtush splitter. What is he charging these days? I'd probably rather go with him than an unknown eBayer.

That said, these lips generally fit ok, and look fine (I just put a very old Lowtush splitter on my car - I never really liked the look of lips that follow the contour of the clam with the chin nubbins, but now that its on its grown on me and I love it)
 

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I wish someone would make a simple splitter bottom from 3/8" black HDPE, the same durable material found in cutting boards, etc. It could be bonded or attached to a molded splitter similar to those from Lowtush.

In addition to looking good the HDPE reinforced splitter would be all but immune from cracking and should really protect the clam as well.

I experimented with this idea but I didn't have the right tools to neatly cut the HDPE and I couldn't find a suitable means to join the flat HDPE to the uneven bottom of the molded splitter.
 

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None of the non-Reverie knock-offs fit well.
The Lowtush Elise splitter I had did not contour the
body on the sides next to the wheel wells. For $300
it should at least fit properly.

The underside of the knock-offs are also not flat like the
Reverie so they create more turbulence. Stay splitter-less.
 
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