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Hi, thanks for the Add, I'm from Canada and love to spend time at the track lapping currently building an E90 for GT and PT club racing.
It has many upgrades and is making the transition to full track only car.
Hopefully this winter will be the swap to DCT.

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SLOWESTN54

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Hi, thanks for the Add, I'm from Canada and love to spend time at the track lapping currently building an E90 for GT and PT club racing.
It has many upgrades and is making the transition to full track only car.
Hopefully this winter will be the swap to DCT.

M
Aye don't see many Canadians here. And clean build looks like a fun car.
 
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NoGuru

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I see the pics now, very cool setup, I like the ducting. Where did you get the rear diffuser, looks beefy but I am not sure that it is working to it's full potential without L hooks on the bottom of the fins.
 
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JohnDaviz

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I see the pics now, very cool setup, I like the ducting. Where did you get the rear diffuser, looks beefy but I am not sure that it is working to it's full potential without L hooks on the bottom of the fins.

Rear diffusor only works with a fully closed underside. This is more looks than function.

@Holeshot How much camber are you running? Doesn´t look like a lot.
 

Holeshot

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I see the pics now, very cool setup, I like the ducting. Where did you get the rear diffuser, looks beefy but I am not sure that it is working to it's full potential without L hooks on the bottom of the fins.
Rear diffuser is from Hard Motorsports. I had to modify it because of my exhaust set up. The rear bumper was scooping up a lot of air and flapping since I removed the trunk bin and added a fill plate.

Even though I made room for the exhaust on one side it still functions very well, and is fastened well to the bumper and rear subframe.
 
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Holeshot

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Rear diffusor only works with a fully closed underside. This is more looks than function.

@Holeshot How much camber are you running? Doesn´t look like a lot.
Diffuser is functional and is definitely not for show.

The camber looks off depending what picture your viewing. The pictures at home are probably when I let the car down off the hoist.

There is quite a bit of camber and room for a lot more since I have so much adjustability.
I had a race shop at CMP set it up for track and corner balance.
 

JohnDaviz

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you should research how a rear diffusor works. For having the suction effect on the car and thus the added downforce you need a fully closed underbody.

Check this thread:

May become your most favorite :)