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Neal H

Front splitter on a Roadster

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I quite like the look of the front splitter on the coupe and I'm thinking of maybe getting it fitted to my Roadster.

 

If I do this, will it kill me if it doesn't also have the rear wing?

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I'd also be interested in the answer.

I can't see how it'd make much difference upto our legal speeds.

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I can't see how it'd make much difference upto our legal speeds.

Just thinking the same. Just don't take the car on a fast trackday or to Germany on the Autobahn. You wouldn't be the firsz to be passed by your own arse. 

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I am planning a track day at the Nordschliefe next year. I'd expect the Roadster to reach it's 145mph limiter on the long straight (the NA Evora reached 141mph last year without really pushing it!).

 

I doubt the front splitter adds much downforce to the front end, given it's fairly subtle (small) and the ride height isn't that low.

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Same here, would like to know if it can be fitted without compromising safety and performance.

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