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So like my last thread like a year ago, I got the idea to do a rear diffuser that wasn't offered the way I wanted to do it, so I decided to make one. Originally I want to cut the stock rear valence and fit a diffuser inside of it, (which I may still do) but decided to do this for the time being. Again I know this isn't for everyone but I decided I might as well share.
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Started as a cardboard template like usual, do find the dimensions and such and mounting points
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After making it to the right dimensions (aluminum but I might make it with something else in the future)
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Probably the most difficult part was making a brace for the diffuser and finding where to mount (don't mind the exhaust tips plastic wrapped around it and melted :( )
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Some finsihed pictures afterward, doesn't stick out far, just enough for my liking and I hope you enjoy, Next thing to tackle will be the front lip.... again
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Update... Cut the edges to contour the body line and pinched the middle to make a tight fit around the exhaust tips and cut the fins down an inch
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looks great!
 

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Definitely looks aggressive. Have any trouble with ground clearance/scraping?
 

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Any advice for someone trying to do that for a fun weekend project?

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I'd say take your time because it'll take some hours and measure alot before you do anything, but after that it's pretty straight forward
 

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Can you post a couple more pics of your wing? Its really cool. How did you mount it also? Made of aluminum too Im guessing?
 
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