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Old 12-03-2013, 01:18 AM   #1
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Roush side splitters

As anyone installed the roush side side splitters? And if so how difficult was it?
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Old 12-03-2013, 06:05 AM   #2
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Googled the install instructions. Go here and download the free PDF file:

How to Install Roush Rear Side Splitters on your 2013-2014 Mustang
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That hardest part for me was fitting my drill under my car. But still, I'd rate it as fairly easy. It's pretty strait forward.
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I was hoping so I ordered a set and should be on the car by thursday
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As anyone installed the roush side side splitters? And if so how difficult was it?
Yup hardest part is that drilling fitment besides that bro its easy as eating a slice of pie
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Roush installed them and it took about six minutes for them lol, they help protect the car and arguably a hair of aerodynamic help, but they get dirty pretty quickly.

The dirtiness is a testament of the aero help and keeping the car a little safer. If you wash it half as much as me (every tank or so), it won't be an issue at all.
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Yup hardest part is that drilling fitment besides that bro its easy as eating a slice of pie
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Roush installed them and it took about six minutes for them lol, they help protect the car and arguably a hair of aerodynamic help, but they get dirty pretty quickly.

The dirtiness is a testament of the aero help and keeping the car a little safer. If you wash it half as much as me (every tank or so), it won't be an issue at all.
Yeah, mine get hella dirty. I haven't washed my car in ages. Lol
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I like pie.



Yeah, mine get hella dirty. I haven't washed my car in ages. Lol
Ymmm, cherry pie.

Could it be that the lower sides get dirtier because they stick out more into the air with the side splitters?
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It's the splitters themselves that get dirty. Obviously no wind tunneling on my part, but I imagine it's the flow from the front tires coming back and being kept above the lower portion of the car, directed straight back or to the sides.
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The splitters are great. make sure you get the adhesive promoter on clean surface. If you do not have access to a lift, you will do a lot of jacking to get the height you need.
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The splitters are great. make sure you get the adhesive promoter on clean surface. If you do not have access to a lift, you will do a lot of jacking to get the height you need.
Yeah, adhesive promoter makes a huge difference. My splitters only came with one little bitty piece of it. It'd be a good idea to pick some more up from an automotive store.
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