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Old 10-13-2013, 06:46 PM   #1
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Roush Splitter vs Cali Special Splitter

Unfortunately I ****ed up my splitter so no more 3d carbon:/ I know the cali special is the closest to my previous design but what do u suggest with the new hood?

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Unfortunately I ****ed up my splitter so no more 3d carbon:/ I know the cali special is the closest to my previous design but what do u suggest with the new hood?
That's a sexy stang bro
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That's a sexy stang bro
Well.... I cant do that splitter because even with just a .20 drop in the front I was 1 inch of the floor so shyt happened lol
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I know I have an 11 GT and its different, but I don't know know of any OEM splitter like Cali special or Roush to be a major issue with a normal drop... I have a Boss splitter with Eibach springs and I've never had any issues, it's still mint... Of course I use common sense when driving and I would never park nose first in a spot with a curb in front, I just always have a habit of backing in spots and when coming into a questionable driveway I just try to come in at an angle if I can
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I know I have an 11 GT and its different, but I don't know know of any OEM splitter like Cali special or Roush to be a major issue with a normal drop... I have a Boss splitter with Eibach springs and I've never had any issues, it's still mint... Of course I use common sense when driving and I would never park nose first in a spot with a curb in front, I just always have a habit of backing in spots and when coming into a questionable driveway I just try to come in at an angle if I can
AM sells a front curb sensor.
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AM sells a front curb sensor.
I have it and I love it, even more now with this big a$$ cowl lol.
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I have it and I love it, even more now with this big a$$ cowl lol.
But you're still trading it :'(
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But you're still trading it :'(
Trading ur wild stallion??? Say it ain't so!!!
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I know I have an 11 GT and its different, but I don't know know of any OEM splitter like Cali special or Roush to be a major issue with a normal drop... I have a Boss splitter with Eibach springs and I've never had any issues, it's still mint... Of course I use common sense when driving and I would never park nose first in a spot with a curb in front, I just always have a habit of backing in spots and when coming into a questionable driveway I just try to come in at an angle if I can
Well basically I no control over what happen im actually surprised it lasted so long when it was so damn low I could re order another one but I know ill **** it up again
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I might just do roush and 1 inch drop
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AM sells a front curb sensor.
Curb sensor sounds cool, but I'm gonna get the Raxiom headunit with backup cam that seem cooler ^_^
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Curb sensor sounds cool, but I'm gonna get the Raxiom headunit with backup cam that seem cooler ^_^
Lol yeah that's much more fun I suppose
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X2...looks sooooo amazing man!
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Do the roush. Its flimsy kind of, so its real forgiving if you scrape or hit stuff. I scraped alot with k springs, but I never rrally damaged the splitter.
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Unfortunately I ****ed up my splitter so no more 3d carbon:/ I know the cali special is the closest to my previous design but what do u suggest with the new hood?
OK. Off subject I know but I have to know what kind of hood and how big is the cowl? That $#1+ is sick.
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OK. Off subject I know but I have to know what kind of hood and how big is the cowl? That $#1+ is sick.
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