There are three mounting solutions.How are these attached to the car? I skimmed through the thread...maybe I missed it?
Well, Bill... since you poked the bear, I guess it's only fair that I give everyone a sneak peek on what's cooking. Attached is the rev of the canard that made the cut to be made as a 3D printed Beta part for test fit and overall cohesion with the front fascia. The print started this past Friday and I'll have it in my hands tomorrow (6/15). If all is well, a plug will be made for the mold, then the mold will be made. Once its cured and I've pulled a pair of test canards off of it, and they fit check -good, we're off to the races!My credit card is waiting , I want the first set , or the second or the third, as long as they are part of the first shipment sent!!!!! Heh, I know they aren't done, and I am trying to temper my enthusiasm , but they look badass and after seeing AntonioMoosetangio front splitter that amped up the excitement level. That splitter is a thing of beauty, yet it is a beast!!
That’s correct, TMSBOSS. The mounting flange will be large enough to accommodate 1” 3M VHB. Rivnut install will be an option too, for those cars that participate in classes that don’t allow canards. It makes removal and install a piece of cake.I can check the fit for you. No drill??
Made revisions to the shape, just yesterday. Another Beta part will be printed and fit checked. I was able to verify that the canards will work on the '10-'12 cars too. So that's a bonus. It's roughly an 18 hour print job. I should have it ready for fitment this week.Update ?
Oh, there are so many outlets, these days, to keep tabs on. This particular project for the '10-'14 canards is intertwined with the GT350's VENGEANCE canard update thread.Thanks for the constant updates , that is much appreciated and of course it keeps all of us interested parties from posting every week ------- " Eightlug are you done yet, are you, huh, are they finished , when can you ship , can I get them in yellow or chartreuse?!"