GReddy GRacer Front Lip Spoiler | 2003-2005 Mitsubishi Evo VIII (17030013)

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Front Spoilers are the first point to receive airflow resistance the design of the front spoiler determines the final handling of the vehicle. The GRACER front spoilers are designed to reduce airflow going beneath the vehicle and also direct air to critical areas such as the radiator and intercooler. While driving air turbulence occurs around the front tire, this turbulence can disturb airflow all the way to the back of the vehicle, where it can reduce the function of the rear spoiler. The GRACER Side Skirt is designed to smooth out the air turbulence towards the back of the vehicle, to achieve safe handling of the vehicle.

Additional Information: (CT9A) Hard Urethane construction

Fitment: 2003-05 Mitsubishi Evolution VIII

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Zane Hansen
Not bad???

I have two complaints about this product. First: The instructions that came with the lip is all in Japanese and very few photos. Maybe it wasn't actual Japanese and it was some Egyptian hieroglyphics mumbo jumbo stuff that was plastered all over the pages. Whatever it was, it did not help me at all. Second: How secure do you think 3M double sided tape is going to be on a front lip spoiler? Why would you give me double sided tape to secure this to my front bumper? And than top it off with 4 screws that hook the spoiler to the wheel well. I personally would not feel safe driving down the road with a front lip that I spent $250 on connected to my front bumper with double sided tape. Nope, not gonna happen. Luckily there's this lovely hardware store that sells some nuts and bolts, with a few washers, just down the road. A few drilled holes and voila a much more secure lip. Overall the design is nice. We shall see how long it holds up to the many rabbits and deer that are on this road I drive. Safe driving everyone....