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    Lightweight Evo X Undertray - They're Back!

    After a couple months of investigating a potential weakness of our undertray design, we have made an improvement to make these things even more sturdy in practice. They are available to ship in about 3 weeks and the price is $235 shipped anywhere in the lower 48.

    Purchase here: https://www.wtftuned.com/collections...ertray-2-piece



    Detailed PDF installation instructions available on our website.
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    Mmmm! Sounds good. So what’s the damages if I’d ordered one of theses with all the necessary bolts & shipment to the UK???

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    Quote Originally Posted by UT_EvoX View Post
    After a couple months of investigating a potential weakness of our undertray design, we have made an improvement to make these things even more sturdy in practice. They are available to ship in about 3 weeks and the price is $235 shipped anywhere in the lower 48.

    Purchase here: https://www.wtftuned.com/collections...ertray-2-piece



    Detailed PDF installation instructions available on our website.
    I wonder if you can have a version with an air guide going to brakes caliper, just wondering. I think it is possible, it can be removable or fixed????
    Last edited by James; 08-19-2018 at 07:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by UT_EvoX View Post
    After a couple months of investigating a potential weakness of our undertray design, we have made an improvement to make these things even more sturdy in practice. They are available to ship in about 3 weeks and the price is $235 shipped anywhere in the lower 48.

    Purchase here: https://www.wtftuned.com/collections...ertray-2-piece



    Detailed PDF installation instructions available on our website.
    I wonder if you can have a version with an air guide going to brakes caliper, just wondering.
    A duct and hose is really the only effective way to make a difference. You'd be able to add one to the undertray pretty easily.

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    UT how about under floor guide. You can easily made this for us too. Ralliart Japan has this.I will get one for sure.
    https://boostedforums.net/showthread...er-Evolution-X

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    Just put in my pre-order for mine on the website. Looking forward to try it.

    The SSP piece was nice because there was practically nothing else at the time. But these days, I'm so sick of it. I noticed just the other day that it's sagging my bumper enough to mis-align it along the top and headlights.

    And I'm surprised you got the cost down this much. Props to you. Can't wait!

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    These fit with the large MAP oil pan?

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