APR Front Carbon Wind Splitter Mitsubishi EVO IX 06+
A Wind Splitters is a protruding flat surface in the front of a car that is designed to decrease front end lift and exert downforce. By creating a high pressure area on top of the wind splitter, high pressure air flow is restricted to flow underneath a car. With low pressure below the car, the effect of lift is reduced and a driver can gain from the extra traction and control.
To combat the effects of front end lift, APR Front Wind Splitters are utilized to give extra traction and control in the front of a car. By creating a high pressure area on top of the wind splitter, high pressure air flow is restricted to flow underneath a car. With low pressure below the car, the effect of lift is reduced and a driver can gain from the extra traction and control.
- Carbon Fiber Reinforcement - All APR Front Wind Splitters are reinforced with sheets of carbon fiber.
- Fully Functional Undertray - Our Front Wind Splitters are not just add on cosmetic pieces. Every APR Front Wind Splitter completely covers the entire area below a cars front bumper. This allows for smoother air flow below the front bumper, creating more efficient downforce.
- Support Rods Included - Supporting every APR Front Wind Splitters are stainless steel Support Rods.Notes:
- Products are made to order. Production time is 2 weeks.
Since 2002, APR Performance has created special project vehicles that highlight our company’s capabilities at producing quality products. Every APR Project vehicles are debuted at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. APR manufactures high quality aerodynamic components from carbon fiber and fiberglass. They are well known with their adjustable carbon fiber GTC wings and front wind splitters. APR has also created many widebody kits as seen on the STI, EVO VIII, Celica, and S2000. The APR product extends to aero mirrors, strut bars, radiator shrouds, rear diffusers and more. APR products are designed for performance and proven on the race track.