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Old 10-21-2012, 05:12 PM   #1
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ZR1 front spoiler (splitter) on Z06

I see quite a few different options of ZR1 style front splitters in the market, from Carbon fiber to normal fiber glass ones.

Do they add more stability (down force) at high speed compared to Z06 ones? (say,, on track?)

How are they to live with everyday driving? Do you have to be extra careful every time you go up and down the driveway?

I like the look of them, and I was curious it would make any difference on performance, and everyday driving.

Anyone with one, please let me know what you think. (Pictures would be great too)

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Old 12-01-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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No difference for street driving. I have fiberglass ZR1 splitter from Zip Products. Appearance mod for me.
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big difference ! I have the factory CFZ option & a lot of clearance problems ! You must be extremely careful. any type of ramps !! even the dealership has to put out special wood planks just to pull up on the rack. forget your reg. car lifts... but it REALLY LOOKS AWESOME !!! its supposed to have increased down force.
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