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Civic Type R FK8 Aluminum Rear Diffuser

Discussion in 'Civic Type R Forum (FK8 - 10th Gen)' started by jonnys_honda, Apr 19, 2018.




  1. jonnys_honda

    jonnys_honda Senior Member

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    Hey, this company is building a few aero parts and have just completed their prototype rear diffuser.

    They are requesting feedback! Post on their Instagram below.


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    fk8_#798 Senior Member

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    would be nice if thet show a full rear picture and not angled.
     
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    kinda hard to give feedback when all they post is a photo from the side like that and not from all angles ...
     
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    Hopefully, carbon fiber is in the works too.
     
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    Would like to see if the design is proven (aka wind tunnel testing) to be effective. Otherwise it's just another show piece....
     
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    I asked them on their Instagram if it’s actually functional. I’ll post here their reply if I get one.
     
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    note: if this does work and added enough downforce, then the big wing can be deleted now, otherwise, drag might go up ?
     
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    They replied and said it reduces drag. They will be wind tunnel testing soon.
     
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    Got another angle photo. I'll take shots myself tomorrow.
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    The thin metal kind of clashes with the rest of the doodads on the car, but if there's a performance benefit...
     
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    Onimusha Oni R

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    hopefully this will fit my j's racing exhaust i'm getting. I doubt it though since they're 4.5" tips :doh:
    can't wait for the wind tunnel results.
     
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    I wouldn't hold your breathe on that one, doubt they have the budget to do it.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing, this is more for looks , imo,. I don’t think the money is there for wind tunnel testing . I could be wrong but I rather have it for functionality purposes
     
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    Just another part to scrape with .
     
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    looks wise, i don't think it goes well w/ the body lines. I'm also curious on the functionality of it. The car is already designed w/ a rear diffuser. It's like a diffuser on top of a diffuser? similar to a wing on top of a wing? lol
     
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