Pics and reviews of the carbon fiber front end air splitter please.

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  1. Hemibuck

    Hemibuck Gold Member

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    Hey so I am liking the carbon fiber front end thing I'm seeing on both the Charger and Challenger. Can someone share with me some pics and what you think about it? How does it hold up under high speeds? Are you scraping it when you pull into driveways and whatnot? Where did you get it? How hard was it to install? Thanks!
     
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    Is this what you are alluding to?

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    Yes sir. I'm hoping to see one on a Charger without the struts. I'm not a fan of those.
     
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    MuscleGarageLA SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    That is the photo of the same guy who has the louvers at the back and the red rear stripe. Crzy engineering makes them and I asked my guy who did my tints and detailing...he quoted me $160 for the entire job.

    He said he had already installed them on several cars including 2 HC's. I think they are available on eBay. But the sad part is the rods/struts have to be drilled into the front air dam. He said he could install the lower splitter tray(carbon) without drilling into the body. That's the part I'm really more interested in cause it protects the entire splitter and sits underneath.
     
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    Does it serve a purpose or is it just astectics?
     
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    IMG_3950.JPG IMG_3952.JPG Great product, not an easy install as the CF material is much more rigid than the plastic / rubber it replaces. But I like the look.
     
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    I think it's only aesthetics. However the carbon tray underneath provides all around protection for the splitter. That's the part I'm more interested in and not the rods/struts which have to be drilled in.
     
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    I just wanna see it done without the struts.
     

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