Is your splitter a direct bolt on, or is any fab work required to make it work? A GB on that might be coolSorry we don't offer this brand. You don't like the splitter we offer ?
Your going to have to drill 99% of front splitters. They usually screw in so they don't rip off at highway speeds. Its pretty easy to do.The splitter you guys have says "requires the drilling of several holes." That doesn't sound like bolt on to me....
If you consider drilling hols hacking then that's what you are hearing. Most aftermarket parts require drilling hols for installationIs that all it requires? I've heard there's lots of hacking involved with the one they offer.
They should work good for the track and I could see it being functional as long as it is installed properly using all the 8 mounting bolts.Has anybody used this on track? I would like a splitter but it must provide a real benefit and not come loose at speed, quite high speed as I will have a very quick ST on track.
I do like the looks of a good splitter and have made my own, starting with air dams back in the 70s's when we did not know much about splitters.....but always function over looks though try to make them look the best I can.
If I can get more down force with a splitter and wing extensions then I want to do it, as long as not falling off the car at speed that is, it can be a very dangerous situation to say the least.