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any other options for a ti ? i can only find two kinds of splitters on ebay for our cars, and they are both made in china..
 

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bump.. still looking for amazing front splitter which wont brake the bank lol
 
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YomatoCarbon, I am interested on both the front splitter and the rear diffuser. I have a 2018 Ti Q4 Base (not Sport, not Lusso) and would like to change its current flat-rear-end-no-diffuser by a rear diffuser. I would like also to add a front splitter, which there is none currently on. Could you please share pictures and information on your the rear diffuser?. Can it be installed on the 2018 Ti Q4 Base, replacing the current flat-rear-end-no-diffuser?. Can you share the instructions to do so?. Your front splitter looks great. How is it installed?.
 

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For looks or function? I'ld be rather cautious about the mounting of such items because any significant downforce it produces needs to be backed up with strong attachments to the frame of the car.
 

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For looks or function? I'ld be rather cautious about the mounting of such items because any significant downforce it produces needs to be backed up with strong attachments to the frame of the car.

Lockem, only for looks. I sadly have to drive 90% of the time at max.70MPH. You have a good point on the downforce, specifically on the front splitter but, at 70MPH all the time it is probably not a big deal, I think. In any case, I am assessing the options now as they really look good. The rear diffuser and the rear carbon spoiler should not require any special attention with additional attachments. I am still wondering if the rear diffuser can be installed on the Ti Base, without changing the bumper.
 
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