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Old 03-17-2008, 02:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dealing with underside airflow & the front bumper (transition radius to undertray)

It seems to be warming up, and that means I can actually work outside more (this year's cabin fever has been horrible). So, I'm looking at a bellypan for the Paseo and have been thinking about how I want to make the transition between the front bumper and the pan. In the picture below you can see the car currently has a small air deflector on the bottom (all current stock equipment is gray). I'm thinking the best route to go with a bellypan would be to drop down to that level from the front of the bumper (see the red dots in my pic). Any ideas or comments?

Here are my less than great pictures:

Current project: A better alternator delete
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