Gen 1 Splitter and Spoiler

Discussion in 'Vendor Review: Vipair Performance Products' started by viper067, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. viper067

    viper067 Viper Owner

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    A big thanks to Steve for this ..... had the splitter and spoiler (ie mopar wing) installed the other week and the whole personality of the car has changed just from the looks, unfortunately I've been traveling and it has been raining so don't know what impact they have on keeping it on the ground, but that will be a test for next year at the track

    Steve was awesome through the whole process from payment/shipping to having my auto body shop call him to ask questions and what not. Thanks Steve

    Now if only I could get it out of the garage and get the GG goodies installed :)

    Victor
     
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    Any time Victor!

    Please send me lots of pics!
     
  3. viper067

    viper067 Viper Owner

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    Finally got the car out of the garage to get some pics of the new parts ..... wing still needs to be striped

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  4. ViperTony

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    Looks great Victor! I plan on installing Steve splitter at some point. How difficult/easy was the install? Any reservations about cutting through the front fascia lip to fit the splitter?
     
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    viper067 Viper Owner

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    I had a body shop do the install so it was pretty easy for me, just writing a check :) I don't think it is that difficult, but I don't have a lift or jack stands and thought by the time I end up buying that stuff I could have paid someone to do it for me.

    My take is that it is probably easier to install on a Gen 2 than a Gen 1 .... minor difference that require trimming to fit the Gen 1. I don't mind the hole in the fascia, it's underneath and you would only see it if you knew to look there, and if I remove the splitter would just help with water drainage :)
     
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    Been waiting for some pics..... Looks great....

    CHOP CHOP Tony need to see one on a yellow viper........

    Do you have any head on shots so we can see how much wider it is that the nose....
     
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    v10enomous Viper Owner

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    The Splitter looks great ! I'm usually not a fan of the rear spoiler but that the whole car comes together nicely with that top, the stripes and even the stock wheels. Great job !
     
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    viper067 Viper Owner

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    Here ya go .... Took these shortly after the other ones ... thought it looked to cool when I walked up the hill from the backyard not to take a pic
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