Time to help the front end TURN better on autocross/track days. A proper front splitter!
Normal install for this APR setup is designed for about a 3 inch splitter. That's enough to be quite helpful at track speeds, but for autocross we want closer to our class limits (depending on class that is 5 inches or 6 inches). The carbon panel comes not pre-drilled, so you could even have a few settings from 3 inches all the way out to 6 inches as we did here. The only drawback of pushing it forward a lot is a very slight notch gap you might be able to see here at the outside edge (I could fill that gap easily enough). Autocross fun this coming weekend?
Running our SYSTEM ONE again on our Project Fiat 124. Updated the video while we had it on the lift.
Customer Jacey Cobb's install of our complete 'System One' exhaust leaving the starting line at BMW Club Autocross Event...Turn this Way UP! This is with the optional CrossPipe and without the Quick Change Resonator. Details in our Fiat 124 Exhaust Section
Brian I see you changed Intake? Is there was some technical problems with big one from Madness? I have now EC V4 but have not much trust to it to be honest)) And was thinking about reverting to OEM box with something like Housing upgrade similar to what you have on latest picture.. Are you still using EC intercooler?
Once these cars start to pass out of warranty more and more customers will consider turbo upgrades. Thus, really too early to say how much enthusiast focus they get, I expect a lot more development on that to come.
Brian wrote:Once these cars start to pass out of warranty more and more customers will consider turbo upgrades. Thus, really too early to say how much enthusiast focus they get, I expect a lot more development on that to come.
Warranty makes a tonne of sense - but I thought these motors had plenty of development already with the fiat 500?