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    Anyone know a company that makes front and maybe rear canards aka dive planes for an NA? Or some nice generic pieces that are not junk?

  • #2
    I know Japanparts.com has some.

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    • #3
      Ok I will check them out, thanks.

      Edit: That's a cool site, never been there. Anyone ordered stuff from them? Are they legit?
      Last edited by simontibbett; 12-19-2008, 08:21 PM.

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      • #4
        They have some pretty cool stuff.

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        • #5
          rare and expensive stuff. but they do have some good deals!
          95 R-package 6 speed, MSPNP, AEM WB UEGO, HDHCDD, Walbro 190lph, stock inj, GT2860RS V-band, ARTech Manifold, 3"TBE, TiALMVS 38mm WG, Blitz BOV, NO BOOST!
          79 Corolla Gutted, weber 32/36, Header, Volk Rays, Ghetto slammed :lol:

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          • #6
            Yeah looks good. I was looking at pricing but also ideas to make my own, and found some good undertray ideas on there as well!

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            • #7
              i actually a while back bought some canards for my Tc from Nopi there universal canards, but yeah they look pretty good! u don't always have to by something make especially for a certain car for it to work!
              95 R-package 6 speed, MSPNP, AEM WB UEGO, HDHCDD, Walbro 190lph, stock inj, GT2860RS V-band, ARTech Manifold, 3"TBE, TiALMVS 38mm WG, Blitz BOV, NO BOOST!
              79 Corolla Gutted, weber 32/36, Header, Volk Rays, Ghetto slammed :lol:

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              • #8
                JapanParts.com is legit, and the prices are good, but beware the shipping costs (and time if you're worried about such things).

                Originally posted by miata5620
                Eric's Garage ... You buy all the parts I tell you to and you will have a killer car... If you want other parts used your car will suck and it will cost you more...

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                • #9
                  cool looking stuff
                  2000 Brilliant Black & tan: 1.9L Sr20 turbo with begi log manifold and SGDP--DIYPNP--ID1000s--Bilstien coilovers--MSW type 16 wheels--FM stage 1 clutch w/ 10.3lb flywheel

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                  • #10
                    Yeah pretty cool.

                    I think I finally found this rear diffuser out, should actually be functional, using a Ferrari F430 rear fins.

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                    • #11
                      Unless carnads are installed to be a functional piece, IMO, they come across as being ricey to me. (No offense to you Sean).

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                      • #12
                        Well they are functional here

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