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      09-21-2020, 09:23 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by roastbeef View Post
it doesn't look terrible, but i'm a little skeptical of the "400lbs of downforce" claim. its not chassi mounted and the stanchions only mount to the plastic bumper. you're also loosing a significant amount in the gap it creates in the lower curves of the bumper.
I sent them an email about the efficacy given the gap, and to get more specs on the wing to compare to APR. I'd assume most of the referenced downforce is generated at the rear?

The splitter bolts quite far down to the aluminum engine shield cover and replaces the under tray. While not chassis mounted my Mporium under tray is pretty rigid / secure. I'd imagine all those bolts are more than sufficient to effectively support the generated downforce?
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