Cool to see you're sorting the issue out, but maybe a tad silly for everyday road? Go big or go home, full on batmobile steez! :icon_thumright:
Do I get record for smashing sumps I've done 5 sumps including one reinforced one lol
imho, you should paint it orange and only use it for track days. Using those for a daily driver makes cars look like a shopping cart
i don't know where you got the idea this is a daily driver, but I see your point dude, hence being unsure about it. I can remove it, and only leave a few tiny holes I can plug. It's only a tailgate at the end of the day and an s3 spoiler would cover the holes if I went down that direction too
Prawny, this is a 100% thoroughbred race car now and aerodynamics are coming into play big time. A spoiler is needed, definitely. Evolution is and was always necessary.
Can you do any experiments using an S3 spoiler? Obviously the S3 spoiler was designed for the 8L shape and will look more pleasing on the eye but at the end of the day you need something that will work and not just look pretty.
I don't believe in having anything removable/attachable just for the track/road unless it's another set of wheels so ideally you want something that you like on the car ALL of the time.
Great work as usual, I can't believe how far this car has come in the 2 years since we headed over for our Nurburgring trip... and I've still not been out in it
Its a tad too wide imo, otherwise though it serves a very very good purpose and people will understand that.
Its hard to make a car that never had a spoiler look good with a spoiler, its abit alien.
Your other option, and prob more effective, woulde be to make a functional front splitter, flat underside, and a huge rear diffuser with some modding to the bumper. Its a bigger project though...
Do you know anyone whos handy with fibre glass or composite materials, could modify an s3 spoiler, adding more of an upward spoiler as opposed to it just being a roof line extension.
Just extend the pedals and steering wheel so you can sit in the back of the car. That'll help the weight distribution