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98 GSX Time Trial build

Year
1998
Model/Trim
Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

gsxitement

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Dec 9, 2002
DOBBS FERRY, New_York
Continued work on the splitter. The professional awesome quick release mounts are situated. This weekend, hopefully start trimming it to how I want it to fit, and then add the air dam, splitter tunnels and support rods.
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gsxitement

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Dec 9, 2002
DOBBS FERRY, New_York
Got a little ahead of schedule for once LOL. Splitter is pretty much shaped the way I want. Added my splitter tunnels from professional awesome. This weekend should be finishing it up. Need to add the air dam and splitter rods. Then decide if I'm going to paint it, stain it or what LOL.
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My splitter support rods came with some pucks to keep the splitter from bouncing off the track. The supplied hardware was too short to fasten through the splitter and they're a tapered Allen head bolt, so I had to make my own. Took some pan head Phillips, 8×1.25×30mm screws and chucked them up in the lathe at work. Cut them into a 45 degree taper. Hopefully this weekend, get it all assembled.
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Got to spend a little time yesterday on the splitter. Started working out the splitter support rods. Professional awesome stuff is great. But I do have one complaint. The clevis mounting for the splitter side of the rod is 8×1.25. Fine. No biggie. But the clevis on the chassis side is 5/16ths 24. Like, not only is it a pita to have to have two different size bits of hardware, but one metric and one standard? That's kinda ridiculous. So I got it all mocked up. I'll drill holes and finalize the the support rods today.
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