Mach 1 Chin Spoilers on Gen IIs

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  1. BestDinosaur

    BestDinosaur SHO Member

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    Anyone of pictures of Gen IIs with the Mach 1 chin spoiler? Preferable on a red car?

    Im thinking of getting a Mach 1 chin spoiler for the hell of it, but all the threads I found in the search are full of dead image links.
     
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    SHO Continental Moderator Staff Member

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    It looks great IMO.

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  3. intimdatr

    intimdatr I haz Camz!

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    i see what you did there! :nut:
     
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    Here ya go.

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    Does anyone have a picture of a GEN I with a chin spoiler?
     
  6. SHOclass

    SHOclass Conan has one

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    I have one sitting in a box for about a year now, now that I finally got my front bumper cover painted I can put it on. I wanted to know for those of you who have them installed on your Gen II, how you put it on. Clips? hardware? doesn't seem like it should take more than 10-20 minutes.
     
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    Works on anything really.

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  8. BestDinosaur

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    They definitely look better on Gen III's and up. I'd like to see a purpose made SHO chin spoiler mad at some point. Maybe a future group buy.
     
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    i really want one for my 95!it does look cool.
     
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    I took mine out of the box right away cuz it was folded and didn't want a chance of creases. I let it unfold and back to shape in the garage for a few days.
    I used a bunch/dozen of c clamps and pinch clamps to hold in place to make sure it was centered, kept re-checking as I went. I just cut V's (utility knife) at the corners as I worked from center out. You wanna make sure it ends well when you make it to the front of the tire.
    I used clips to screw into that I slid over the back edge of the plastic bumper cover. Keep in mind my bumper didn't have the 1 1/2" pc/ lip on it that some shos have.
    I'll be taking mine off soon, gotta get that front bumper painted, that pic really shows how chipped to crap it is.
     
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    I'd like to see something on a Gen I also
     
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    If lowered, the front scrapes on everything as is. Not sure you'd want to make it worse.
     
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    There's a piece missing from my lower bumper that was broken off when I got the car. I'm thinking of building some kind of a splitter to hide the broken part. Plus it seems a splitter may be a better way to go. I know somebody with a Ultima (English body with a LS7) that has a splitter made out of wood.
     
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    wood works OK, but I'd rather have something that wont soak up fluids, maybe a thick sheet of plastic.

    wouldn't be hard to make one.
     
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    where's the lawn edge pictures
     
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    looks great!

    but I'm also interested in the dual (per side) fog lights of the black SHO in the pic.. licence plate SHOGAZM. They look really neat!
     
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    The're about 10 year old PIAA. They do make a new set that has one lens with both bulbs behind it and the same size but I think they were $300+.
     
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    dam! $300?! ...they look nice, but I think I can spend 300 on something else (like a double din conversion and amps) hehe.
    still thanks a lot man!:)
     
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