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Old 01-24-2013, 09:27 PM   #26
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What's difference between t5 and t2 splitter? Are rockers available and what do you mean by sit too high?
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:59 PM   #27
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We recommend drilling a series of holes from the underside of the bumper. A splitter needs to be rigidly installed to your vehicle...2 way tape just wont cut it.

We supply 3 M8 fasteners and 11 Heavy Duty Scrivets.

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Old 01-24-2013, 10:04 PM   #28
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Common points T5 and T2 Splitters :
- T5 and T2 Splitters will both fit a LS LT Bumper.
- Both will not lower the ride height of your Camaro
- Both made in composite, and already prepped and primed.
- Both Mount using mechanical supplied fasteners

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- T5 mounts from the underside in under 15 minutes
- T2 can offer a cool-rad feature
- Cosmetically comepltely different
- T2 is much more complex to manufacture, hence price is higher than the T5
- T2 requires the fascia to be removed for install, not a biggie, but still needs to be pointed out.


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Old 01-24-2013, 10:16 PM   #29
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The transition of the Zl1 rocker, where the black feature starts, is higher relative to the ground.

Looks awesome with a Zl1 front end, with a matching Zl1 Splitter, but with the T5 or any other aftermarket splitter, they look a little off to me. You may like the look, to each our own.

We just designed a set to match the SS and LT cars, using the lines already found on the OEM rocker and complementing our splitters.

This is just a matter of taste but something that bothers me when looking at the profile of the Camaro.


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Old 01-24-2013, 10:17 PM   #30
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There is no gap. If you mean the gap between the car and the ground, it is the same as stock, reference point is the lowest point of the bumper.



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One thing people need to be aware of is that even though the ground clearance is the same your angle of approach will be less so entering or leaving sloped driveways/ parking lots may scrape the front edge where it wouldn't before.
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Old 01-24-2013, 10:18 PM   #31
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Thank you for the order.


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Old 01-24-2013, 10:31 PM   #32
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First few splitters being completed, image has a T4 and 2 T5's waiting to be packaged.

There is already a batch waiting for Fedex pickup tomorrow :-)
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:28 PM   #33
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Or better, rockers that match the T4 and T5. Zl1 would sit too high....

hmm are you guys making these now?
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:00 AM   #34
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Old 01-25-2013, 11:39 AM   #35
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We are working on them, so yes they will be available in about 6 weeks.

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We are working on them, so yes they will be available in about 6 weeks.
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:21 PM   #37
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We are working on them, so yes they will be available in about 6 weeks.

if you need any testers

hopefully they will be out before the Sunshine State Camaro Rally the first week of march (hint, hint)


Side note just got conf. for the shipping of my new splitter Ill be sure to post pics when I get it done
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Old 01-25-2013, 01:50 PM   #38
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Or better, rockers that match the T4 and T5. Zl1 would sit too high....
would these attach to our oem rockers or would it we a whole new rocker?


and do you have an estimated price point on the rockers?
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These are designed to mount to the existent OEM rockers, so no "Color" matching to get the Zl1 look, simply paint the rockers black, and mount to the car using the supplied hardware.

No price point yet, we will need to produce a few sets to determine costing.

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would these attach to our oem rockers or would it we a whole new rocker?


and do you have an estimated price point on the rockers?
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:11 PM   #40
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First few were shipped out today !!!
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:18 PM   #41
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These are designed to mount to the existent OEM rockers, so no "Color" matching to get the Zl1 look, simply paint the rockers black, and mount to the car using the supplied hardware.

No price point yet, we will need to produce a few sets to determine costing.
I dont like waiting



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Old 01-25-2013, 10:13 PM   #42
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Looks good for those V6 owners!
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Old 01-26-2013, 02:54 AM   #43
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if you need any testers

hopefully they will be out before the Sunshine State Camaro Rally the first week of march (hint, hint)


Side note just got conf. for the shipping of my new splitter Ill be sure to post pics when I get it done
Phillyfan1290, looking forward to seeing those pics. I ordered one but need to wait until I get back from Afghan to install it.
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Old 01-26-2013, 01:32 PM   #44
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Bummer, all the codes are used now. List was last updated 2 days ago. :(
That's not a mod stopper, but shipping (from Canada) $$..!!!
I realize some costs are out of your control, but shipping, handling, tax, exchange, duty, etc. Call it whatever, it's all the same final cost to me.

Nice part, though. Guess I got excited for a sec.

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is shipping any different to a business? and im going to wait to see the rockers so i only have 2 pay shipping once!
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:06 PM   #46
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Shipping is flat rate 100$, to a business or house anywhere in Continental US.

No extra fees, taxes, duty or such. Product is Made in Canada, and qualifies under Nafta, just like the Camaro ;-)



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Bummer, all the codes are used now. List was last updated 2 days ago. :(
That's not a mod stopper, but shipping (from Canada) $$..!!!
I realize some costs are out of your control, but shipping, handling, tax, exchange, duty, etc. Call it whatever, it's all the same final cost to me.

Nice part, though. Guess I got excited for a sec.

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Shipping is flat rate 100$, to a business or house anywhere in Continental US.

No extra fees, taxes, duty or such. Product is Made in Canada, and qualifies under Nafta, just like the Camaro ;-)
Like I said, Nice Part! Definitely high on the consideration list. But if I decide I gotta have this one, I know that the total cost to my door is currently $389.
Not quite the "Hold everything and jump on this NOW!" like it seemed at first. But hey, that's what ads are for, got me to look and a little.

Now resuming my previously scheduled mods already in progress...
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:57 PM   #48
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Sweet! Very glad to see this being made!

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We'll get a painted splitter installed this week. Definitely we'll post pictures...
Are you going to do a body colored splitter? I'd love to see that as thats what I plan to do, and yes the more pictures you guys can get us the better! Maybe something outside if you can and farther away. I'm sure its cold outside up there lol.

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Ordered with T5SPLITTER10! will post pics when I get it and install it
Can't wait to see it!

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The transition of the Zl1 rocker, where the black feature starts, is higher relative to the ground.

Looks awesome with a Zl1 front end, with a matching Zl1 Splitter, but with the T5 or any other aftermarket splitter, they look a little off to me. You may like the look, to each our own.

We just designed a set to match the SS and LT cars, using the lines already found on the OEM rocker and complementing our splitters.

This is just a matter of taste but something that bothers me when looking at the profile of the Camaro.
I currently have the ZL1 rockers, but they are painted to match the body color, so if I paint the splitter, hopefully this won't be too noticable with my setup.
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With body colored components i doubt it will be noticeable, Still an Awesome Setup !

Can't wait to see everything installed !

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Sweet! Very glad to see this being made!

I currently have the ZL1 rockers, but they are painted to match the body color, so if I paint the splitter, hopefully this won't be too noticable with my setup.
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Or better, rockers that match the T4 and T5. Zl1 would sit too high....
What is the difference between your new proposed rockers and the Havoc rockers?
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