Figure I'll just tack this on here instead of creating a new thread. Thanks to ZX-Tex and Handy Man on how to do the front end. Also thanks the BBundy on his idea on mounting a universal GTC-200.
So first off, I have never really tried to fabricate anything like this. I've only done bolt on type stuff. It's been ages since I've worked with wood, and this is my first attempt at using fiberglass resin so the finish came out pretty crappy. It should be mostly functional still
The splitter is 1/2" birch, couldn't find 3/8 around here. The bumper is 1/8" abs plastic.
I couldn't find any L shaped garden edging at the local Lowes and Home Depot, so I used garage door weatherstripping to try to seal the bottom edge. Connecting the abs to the splitter I used Dzus fasteners. The top is just 3/16" rivets.
Many people use splats or canards to try to cover up the exposed tire on the sides. I'm points limited for TT, so I flared the abs out some to cover the tires. Just put two L brackets together and rivited it. It is about 2.5 inches out on each side.
These pictures are test fitting after I did the fiberglass. For some reason the driver's side is hanging a little lower than before. It is just a little over 3.5" off the ground. The backside is mounted to the steering rack on a second smaller piece.
The wing is mounted using BBundy's method. I only have single risers, and the stock wing is a single piece all the way across which prevented me from opening the trunk with the APR installed. I removed the hinges and installed hood pins to the front corners of the trunk, and it still uses the stock latch on the back.
Still more stuff to do, but the next event is tomorrow so ran out of time to make it look pretty.