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Carbon fiber radiators undertray:
  • It helps rerouting the air that passes the radiators towards the brakes.
  • It has front diffusers that also helps rerouting the air + they add some reduced downforce on the front (like on the porsche 918)
  • Overall it helps with the downforce allowing less air to go under the car.
  • It is very light: 940g vs 2500g OEM
  • Dimension: 107 X 59 cm
  • PRICE: 460 Euro + shipping (around 25 Euro anywhere)
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The discounts for buying more parts from me apply to this also:
First part = full price
Second part = discounted with 50 Euro (you can buy it at any time and not necessarily together with the first part)
Third part = discounted with 75 Euro (you can buy it at any time and not necessarily together with any of the other 2 parts)
 

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I was wondering where the hot air from radiator is evacuated? Unless you go for a vented hood like Laptime:
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I was wondering where the hot air from radiator is evacuated? Unless you go for a vented hood like Laptime:
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The air is routed to the brakes: I drilled 2 holes in the radiators enclosure on the sides --> Like many are doing with the brake ducts.
The hood is a good solution but it is quite expensive and the benefits doesn't justify it for me.
 

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The air is routed to the brakes: I drilled 2 holes in the radiators enclosure on the sides --> Like many are doing with the brake ducts.
The hood is a good solution but it is quite expensive and the benefits doesn't justify it for me.
Any photos of this?
 

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Below is the position of the holes (from a different car) --> But I didn't add the brake ducts.
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In the next picture you can see the holes --> The picture was made from the wheel arch behind the wheel. Installation and drilling the hole is a very simple operation.

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