Their web site does not list the Fiat 124 Spider as an applicable vehicle?
yes it is especially made for the 124.. that’s the point. But I’m not the only one having this type of problemTheir web site does not list the Fiat 124 Spider as an applicable vehicle?
About the 8 minute mark here shows one option for the brackets. What did you end up doing?Hello everyone
I have the apr front splitter, but I was wondering how to secure the installation ? I mean, I tried to fix it with the bolts and everything sent by apr but unfortunately it seems to be unsecured at high speeds .. Can someone explain me how to install it and maybe send couple of pictures of their installations and under the splitter ? thank you everyone !
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Great info, thanks.Because the front end of the Spider is plastic, unless you are using a steel/aluminum bracket of some type, you will get wobble.
One way to add stability without fabricating a bracket is to use splitter rods like these
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I have the splitter bolted directly to the bottom of front bumper fascia, and in combination with the splitter brackets, it is rock-solid.
The rods are attached using large silver dollar-sized fender washers behind the fascia to minimize strain and flexing.
FYI, I've since eliminated the center strut, it wasn't needed.
What’s your ETA on that?Kaze Spec Engineering (KSE) makes some quick release brackets for the 124 Spider to help hold it in place. I know @Spoolin32 has a set and I plan on getting some when I get everything up and running again.
Before it gets too much hotter here (I hope). Just so much going on that it has been hard to commit to something that might take some time I can't spare at the moment to see it through and was a contributor to my overall stress for a long time.What’s your ETA on that?