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IPS Brandon 01-19-2010 11:03 AM

APR Carbon Fiber Front Chin Splitter SALE
 
Working with APR performance for the last several years has been a great experience for our clients and our race programs. They make good quality carbon fiber aero products with value in mind.

They have recently released this product for the 2010+ Camaro's

-Front Carbon Fiber Chin splitter, with connecting rods

Has the following features :

Carbon Fiber Reinforcement All APR Front Wind Splitters are reinforced with sheets of carbon fiber.

Fully Functional Undertray Our Front Wind Splitters are not just add on cosmetic pieces. Every APR Front Wind Splitter completely covers the entire area below a cars front bumper. This allows for smoother air flow below the front bumper, creating more efficient downforce.

Support Rods Included Supporting every APR Front Wind Splitters are stainless steel Support Rods.

http://www.ipsmotorsports.net/pictur...tter%20(4).jpg

http://www.ipsmotorsports.net/images...tter%20(1).jpg

We are going to run a SALE for a while on this item for all Camaro 5 members. These retail for $340 dollars.

$290 plus shipping!
(Shipping on this item typically is in the 50-60 dollar range, due to being oversized)

These are ready to ship

Regards
-Brandon

Phantom_LS3 01-19-2010 10:20 PM

Nice. How can I buy the upper and lower mesh grill and what's the price on them? Do you have more pics of the splitter and grills?

IPS Brandon 01-21-2010 09:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Phantom_LS3 (Post 1397360)
Nice. How can I buy the upper and lower mesh grill and what's the price on them? Do you have more pics of the splitter and grills?

I will have to investigate the upper and lower grills for you, as for that particular car I am not all that certain. I have more photos, but have not hosted them, i am happy to email them along if you like.

PM me your email, or shoot me one and I will reply.

Thanks

Phantom_LS3 01-22-2010 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by IPS Brandon (Post 1402002)
I will have to investigate the upper and lower grills for you, as for that particular car I am not all that certain. I have more photos, but have not hosted them, i am happy to email them along if you like.

PM me your email, or shoot me one and I will reply.

Thanks

PM sent with my email.

Thanks.

PonyCrusher 01-22-2010 02:53 PM

I was just wondering how it looks without side skirts. Because I know from some of the other members pics a front lip without the rest of the kit sometimes looks out of place. Does this blend in well?

IPS Brandon 01-25-2010 08:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PonyCrusher (Post 1406438)
I was just wondering how it looks without side skirts. Because I know from some of the other members pics a front lip without the rest of the kit sometimes looks out of place. Does this blend in well?

I see what you are getting at, having to much front end throws off the balance of the car. I have seen the splitter on a few other client cars, one of which didn't have the side skirts , and it did not to out of place, compared to some other makes and models we have installed them on.

Unfortunately it is just a personal preference as for the look, to me I think it looks pretty awesome either way, with a nice aero benefit.

Regards

WHIPPLECHARGED 04-05-2010 01:03 PM

DOES THIS SPOILER FIT THE V6 MODEL ?

Petersimov 04-10-2010 12:15 AM

do u have them in stock

Ferrarimk13 05-23-2010 05:17 PM

I know its an older thread (not really) but does anyone know if you can run this without the support rods? They stick out a little too much for my taste. Or do they come in black?

Bewenched 06-10-2010 11:41 AM

Nice pics of my car there ;). Yes you can run them without the support rods if you use some heavy duty 3M tape to help support the front end.


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