I think I like what you did here. What I'd really like is to see more pictures of it in the daylight.
Take it easy on him THIS is theI think I like what you did here. What I'd really like is to see more pictures of it in the daylight.
I have been looking into the front chin trim plus aftermarket carbon splitters. No reason to spend several hundred dollars when the edge of the bumper is quite similar to a lot of other small cars. We just need to find the right one. I was looking at Fit, Yaris, Echo, Miata, and a few GM things. There are a couple I like but quality of the suppler is questionable. Also, a lot of the modern stuff has aggressive sharp angles. The Spyder is bulbous and curvy everywhere. So that just wouldn't look right. I am STRONGLY considering a C5 or C6 Vette splitter and sectioning the center of it. The curve of the Spyder makes it challenging to get something to look right.I hope someone takes inspiration and finds a good fit for a front chin spoiler on the cheap swap.
More pictures coming soon and I’ll actually use something other than my iPhone 7 at night haha. Yes I am going to repaint the side and front vents to match the wheels very soon. The wheels I bought turned out to be a different shade than I had expected so I’m doing some re painting.+1 to daytime pics. The easiest thing to make out is your license plate! Also, is your antenna color matched to your side vents/top? Any plans on changing the side vents to match the wing & wheels?
I've found the right front lip for the MR-S (I am the first that did it) : From FranceValue wise, I am sure its an easy home run for the OP. Nice job!
I hope someone takes inspiration and finds a good fit for a front chin spoiler on the cheap swap.
Well now I’m keeping my eyes out for a part out redline! Looks like very similar dimensions for the mounting point. I love how nicely it lines up with the body lines.View attachment 97913
Saturn Ion Redline spoiler also fits really well with no modifications besides drilling holes in the decklid. GM planned for this!