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2010-08-19 01:52:04
#11
Originally Posted by SE-Rican
LMAO!!

Bro I have a fresh rear GTS bumper the car will have on it most of the time but, I still have my OEM bumper that I would put this on so when I go to the track.

That's why I say I am torn on them.


haha.

do you really think they work ?

i honestly dont...

stratton.
2010-08-19 02:15:25
#12
They do work, as the air rises up under the back of the car, the bumper will act as a small parachute as the air gets caught.

I feel it will help the car at high speeds.

I was thinking of doing one on a spare JDM bumper skin.
2010-08-19 02:28:08
#13
Originally Posted by Andreas
They do work, as the air rises up under the back of the car, the bumper will act as a small parachute as the air gets caught.

I feel it will help the car at high speeds.

I was thinking of doing one on a spare JDM bumper skin.


That is my thought exactly Dre. I will not cut up my GTS bumper but, I do want one for my OEM bumper.
2010-08-19 03:16:46
#14
+1 put me in for one if possible...im all about function first, looks later on one of my other 2 se-r's..LOL!
2010-08-19 04:22:28
#15
i would recon to say a real under the car diffuser would work much better, no....

like the cf ones they do on supras and wrx's, evos and s2ks and real race cars.

i do see the benefit from a say golden eagle rear diffuser but i look at it like this. the rear bumper is a parachute now you blow a few holes in it, the chute is still slowing your decent.

under car diffuser ftw.

rob im sorry for filling your thread up with useless bantar.

stratton.
2010-08-19 04:32:40
#16
They have tons of these out there just as universal type things but hey supporting a community company is much better. I already drilled holes in my stock bumper. Im sure it makes a pretty decent difference at speeds above 100mph And in drag racing, every little bit helps.
2010-08-19 05:01:48
#17
If your going to install one of these and keep the bumper support in, installing one of these is a complete waste of time. They do say the diffussers help when the vehicle is at speed but at the same time they create down force in the rear of the vehicle. It would be interesting to see some before and after runs just to see how benifical these really are.
2010-08-19 05:05:03
#18
lol, B13 man, rear bumper support is gone, Bumper is drilled out and has lightweight support brackets as well as rivets holding it to the body. Wont be pretty if rearended but hey, either way the car would be messed up pretty bad anyways.
2010-08-19 06:55:09
#19
Originally Posted by ashtonsser
lol, B13 man, rear bumper support is gone, Bumper is drilled out and has lightweight support brackets as well as rivets holding it to the body. Wont be pretty if rearended but hey, either way the car would be messed up pretty bad anyways.


Is that your daily driver? If so your hardcore man I took mine out...it was the most nerve racking expirence ever.....I reinstalled it. It was like everone decided to tail gate me once it was out.
2010-08-19 13:49:22
#20
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I only need 4 people on this to make them. If you guys want the look a little different we can change it up. It looks like the holes can be made a little different so they look cleaner and give it a more functional/cleaner look. And of course we can make them in CF too

Mark
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