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Carbon Fiber Air Splitters #71409 Dec 20, 6:36pm Dec 20, 6:36pm
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Carbon Fiber Air Splitters
I have been thinking about purchasing a Buddy Club 2 front air splitter for my car. I was wonder how these splitters hold up to scraping and such. I don't think they would break, but I thought maybe the chipped apart or something.

Re: Carbon Fiber Air Splitters [Re: LiquidG] #71410 Dec 20, 8:06pm Dec 20, 8:06pm
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I would think they would hold up nicely since they're carbon fiber. Also, the EC store has them, but not right now. They were there a few days ago though? You might want to PM Isaac if you're interested. thumbsup

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