the front splitter
(1). Jack up the front
of the car.
(2). Unscrew the
philips screw inside the front fender liner.
(3). Unscrew the 3
philips screw underneath the panel.
(4). Pull the front
fender liner out to access the hidden bracket.
(5). Pull the rubber
piece out toward the front of the car to remove it from the bumper.
(6). Compare the Gt-2
splitter to the original factory part to get a good idea of where the mounting holes needs
to be drilled. The factory fender liner will also need to be modified in order for
the Gt-2 pieces to fit correctly. A square section of it needs to be cut off.
(7). Once the GT-2
front splitter is mounted mark the holes that needs to be drilled and drill the holes for
the factory screw to go back into. The M.A. GT-2 kit does have some fit problem in
the front center piece, the center piece is just not long enough for the screws to secure
the tabs to the front splitter. Later I will have to make my own tabs using fiber
glass to make sure the front center section will not fall off during normal usage.
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