So today I figured out even when working long hours I can still get some things done. Enter stage left amazing new front bumper splitter set up. So I used rod ends for the splitter support and they are mounted in the middle because one it still looks good. Two they work and three that is the most drastic angle I could get on the rod ends. Before you flame me for using rod ends I look for a decent price set of splitter support and everything worth getting is $100 or more this was done for free with stuff I had at work. The center rods for the supports are 10-32 threaded rod and I put a stainless sleeve on them to make them look better nothing more.
So here is a semi idea of how I did it. I got frustrated and didnt take picture of some steps.
1. Make template of splitter you want.
2. Cut splitter out of splitter material I used 1/4" abs.
3. Mount lip to bumper ( optional if you have a lip)
4. Find awesome way to attach splitter to lip. Mark and drill holes.
5. Line bumper/lip assembly up on splitter making sure everything is nice and straight and it all lines up the way you wanted.
6. Mark holes on splitter material any way you can. I used this nice 90 deg pick to scratch the location and I was able to reach up to the front holes with little problems.
7. drill splitter material.
8. Mount splitter to lip/bumper assembly.
9. Make splitter support rods and mount to splitter and bumper. This is where I did not take any pics.
10. Put all the pieces together step back and look at your awesome new splitter set up. I am hoping this will really help keep the front of the car down at high speed. I do not want the front to lift at all at speed.
Let me know what you all think of the new setup.