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Old 10-28-2012, 09:24 PM   #1
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Laguna seca front splitter on a gt 2013

I was looking at different lips and i cant find anything that i really like but the oem boss 302 chin spolier and front splitter , its a 2 part deal well over $750 and it just seems a little to much for something that might shatter on the parking lot of shoprite, so my question is can i just get the fornt splitter and forget about the front chin spolier form the boss 302, or do i need both parts for it to fit properly?.
Main info my car is black so the lip will not be really visible , just from close maybe
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I know ok the 11's and 12's you can do the boss splitter without chin spoiler, not sure how it works on the 13's
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On the 2012 at least, I think that the Boss chin is the only one that is flat on the bottom. With that you can do it yourself.
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On the 2012 at least, I think that the Boss chin is the only one that is flat on the bottom. With that you can do it yourself.
I did:
The black and ride stripes you have there. Where did you get those
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I got a small piece of flat-black vinyl (about 16" x 12"), made strips and stuck them on. Then I used some red, striping tape I got at a hobby shop and outlined the stripes.

All in all it cost me about $10. I love cheap mods!
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Dude those hash marks look good. I like that you did it yourself. That's some straight up Martha Stewart ***** right there. Love it.
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Dude those hash marks look good. I like that you did it yourself. That's some straight up Martha Stewart ***** right there. Love it.
I always refer to Martha for all my Mustang mod advice. You should try her upper control arm salad.
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I always refer to Martha for all my Mustang mod advice. You should try her upper control arm salad.
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