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Seibon Carbon Fiber Vortex Generator
Mitsubishi Evo X 2008-2015
Features & Product Details
If you're a fan of carbon fiber, then you have landed on the right page. This is the Seibon Carbon Fiber Rear Fin Spoiler designed to add a nice carbon fiber touch, along with improving the aerodynamics and downforce of your vehicle. This particular piece is also referred to as the Vortex Generator. You will see these on some factory sport compacts that come with rear spoilers. These have been designed to channel the air to hit the top surface of the rear spoiler for optimum downforce. Seibon is a well-known brand trusted and employed on many professional race teams on a worldwide circuit, and they are utilized by the everyday grassroots racer. The carbon fiber rear spoiler adds a much more pronounced stance to your vehicle especially if you have suspension and more aggressive wheels. These really do complement the exterior of your vehicle and will work well with any other exterior alterations you have on your vehicle such as canards, vortex generators, wind splitters, etc. Seibon uses high-grade carbon fiber materials to produce their products which are strong, lightweight, and add both function and value to your vehicle.
This rear fin spoiler will come in a glossy carbon fiber finish and will come ready to install.
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First off, great shipping and packing done by Rally Sport as always. When I got the generator in the mail, it looked fantastic. It DOES NOT come with any mounting hardware however. I tried using 3M double sided tape like every other vortex generator on the market, (those actually come from the manufacturer with tape on it already) and that did not work. There just is not enough surface area on the front of the generator for it to hold well. It started to come up with just the 3M tape, so I decided to use industrial grade two part epoxy. It lasted for about three or for days before it flew off at 40MPH. Like I stated before, there just isn't enough surface area on the front to hold it on the car. I would highly suggest to look at different options if you are looking for a generator, one that has a mounting solution on it when it arrives, or one that has plenty of surface area by the antenna. It's not all Seibon's fault, I am the one that put it on the car after all. I took it to a body shop after it failed and he even said it would be hard to mount it with such a paper thin lip on the front. Do your research before buying one of these, if you're looking for something you can thrown on your EVO in 10 minutes this most certainly is not it.