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  • Two moments for me. One is mine and the others is someone who will remain nameless. Mine was the hood pop up just after leaving my neighborhood. Didn't latch the hood at all (stupid rookie mistake). Was able to pull off the road and get out. It was then that I saw the 6-8' drop-off about 3' in front of me. That would have been a bad day. The second was watching a fellow rider slide off the road into a ditch. Watching it hit, slide and then spin in the air scared the crap out of me. All I could t…

  • The best possible thing you can do is make the air run as straight as possible. Any "forced" air is offset by bends in the tubes. The limited adaptor clearance at the hood and intake are also where things just get all screwed up. Now any CAI will net you a very cool rushing air sound and is ever bit as nice ( from a driving experience ) as an actual increase in either hp or lbs. The trick is reduced turbulence and straight air flow for the SS.

  • I have them and noticed it as well. Yes removal of the Staples will be required for the trim as well as the seat cover. 3M adhesive spray will be required. When I get the time I plan to fix mine this winter.

  • The biggest weight reduction will also be in the hood. The double structure is very heavy. A single pcs fiberglass or CF will be a huge weight saver.

  • Been busy with the race but was able to complete my splash delete before the weekend was up. Little dirty being at the track but you get the idea

  • Happy birthday.... We celebrated my son's yesterday. Ill have you a slightly used piece of cake a little later this afternoon... Shipping is free.

  • Quote from chavey2: “They were 2016.5 fenders and got shipped out last night. I won't spoil any plans, but someone on here has a big project in the works. ” looking at several ideas. They are to be used for tedtit. Have already started the big project and was able to determine not an easy DIY type of idea. Had to really cut them up to get what I wanted. I'll be posting pics soon.

  • @Chad what exhaust do you have? Is it still all stock?

  • Quote from SlingRider: “@Slingrazor is this something we could use with the fenders?? ” they could be used but not sure of the mixed look. Also..... These will be a one off. Would need to look into a complete replacement approach. Talking molds and from scratch design work. Might try some fiberglass work over the winter. I use clay at work to sculpt up some of our products that need to be reviewed and tweaked before being scanned and rapid prototyped. Here is a sneak peak at the new JL Wrangler …

  • Quote from SlingRider: “Pat I just finished reading the thread. 1) interested in handles 2) interested in deflectors 3) what is the difference between my mats and the new improved? ” @SlingRider they now have the driver's heel pad added.

  • Quote from Slingrazor: “Mount your support inside the sling attached to the frame and have it go thru the skin underneath. ” I think I have a game plan but need to purchase come 2" c-channel. It will give me the the support strength I need when welded together and still be low profile and hidden when done. Going to use it up the side as well to keep it flush with the plastic body. First goal is to not modify the panels in anyway. Must be able to return to stock. @Slingrazor Trent, thanks for the…

  • Quote from Ruptured Duck: “Made more progress last night than expected. Should have them completed by Monday. Have the template made and will have the aluminum top canard cut today. Next up will be the steal side bars that mount to the original splash guard body points. It will then be tied into the canard structure. This will also be the base for same addition air flow management winglets. ” I'll be honest.... This one's kicking my butt a little. Getting there but have to fab up some custom stu…

  • Congratulations..... Happy days for sure! Looking forward to seeing you back out here with us sir.

  • Thanks @Dave@DDMWorks. Was going to check this morning.

  • Made more progress last night than expected. Should have them completed by Monday. Have the template made and will have the aluminum top canard cut today. Next up will be the steal side bars that mount to the original splash guard body points. It will then be tied into the canard structure. This will also be the base for same addition air flow management winglets.

  • Plastic trimmed down and equalled out left side to right side. Now to make the foam core template to transfer over to the aluminum sheet. Should have the top covers finished tomorrow during my lunch hour. This weekend will be the support brackets. Have to have it done before Tuesday. Need it finished for the race week..

  • What I need to know is if you guys will be at SEMA and if so what's your booth number....

  • Finally doing away with the side splash guard. I had originally removed them back in February of 2015 but still wanted something to balance the look out so I bolted them back on and added the canards. These have been reworked about 4 times over the last three years. Version #5 does away with the drag inducing splash guards and converts them to side down force canards with a little splash protection. I have only taken the top off and simple placed some foam core to show how the top canard will be…

  • Keep them if you can. You never know.

  • @Swish3 it was a promotional even Hot wheels was doing over the summer. They were hosting car shows and had the background set up at each event. They we're picking builds to be taken to SEMA this year where they are to be voted on and the winner gets thier car made into a hot wheel. To my knowledge there is no location you can just go to now. Sorry.

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