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Old 10-13-2011, 06:25 PM
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Price for a limited time is $275.00 shipped inside of the USA. All payments go to [email protected] Also our free shipping is via USPS parcell post. When sending payment please state if you want ap1 or ap2 fitment for your diffuser along with your s2ki screen name.



Alloy Craft rear diffusers are laser cut from 14 Gauge 5052 Aluminum, we then form these using the latest in machine forming technology, while holding tolerances of +/- .005 inch.

Our diffuser includes captive hardware. This means that the nuts that hold it together have been permanently pressed into the material with over 1000 pounds of force. No trying to hold the nut while you turn the bolt from the other side. This makes installation painless as well as making the nuts impossible to lose.

the diffuser uses only counter sunk flush mounted screws. The diffusers countersinks are pressed into the sheet with over 4 tons of force. Not only do they add a clean look but they are aerodynamically superior. In addition the heads will not scrape off making them unusable, like button head fasteners used by other manufacturers.

We use perimeter flanging and cross braking methodology to make this the most rigid diffuser on the market. This rigidity helps combat annoying diffuser noise, as well as help develop down force.

These are a direct fitting part, no drilling or irreversible modification to the car is required whatsoever. These mount using only steel body mounting locations and do not hang off plastic bumper tabs like other designs on the market. This means real down force can be realized by our diffuser.

These fit with the majority of aftermarket cross bars.



2 versions are available

1. Ap1 fitment.

2. Ap2 fitment (slightly shorter on the back piece to match the bumper).


Ap2 fittment

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In addition our diffusers will be fully compatible with our full underpanel and front splitter that is in R&D and should be released early next year.

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More under panel prototype pictures here

https://www.s2ki.com/s2000/topic/898...#entry20997431
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Are the alternate tabs included if running an aftermarket brace? My car has a GTSpec brace in place of the OEM steel one.
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oh! I hope I'm one of the 1st 20. About to send payment!
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I'm a believer
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Payment sent, hope 20 people didn't slip in front of me yet.
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W0Pdego and damnitzroger you are #1 and 2, thanks for the orders.
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looking good.
good price too.
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Looks sexy Eric. Btw thanks for beating me in autox and taking the 5 points I needed for first for the year. Must have been this fast rear diffuser because you never beat me before . This is 100% truth. Believe that people.
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Wishing I had of waited on this.

Sending payment in the am, sign me up. I'd rather not drill holes in the bumper.
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