The R35 splitter was designed to win. The aero was tuned through full computer simulation. Notice the CNC machined venturies on the botom of the splitter. They perfectly feed air into the factory venturis built into the Nissan OEM bumper. The composite material is built for endurance racing. It’s wear and abrasion resistance are unmatched. The 3-piece design allows you to easily replace part of the splitter if you manage to take a corner off.
I have had this on my car for over a year and ran it on last years One Lap.
The build quality is excellent, i think i had the first one. We can attest to it’s strength as well. Traveling across the country last year at night we hit at approx 85mph a re-tread remnant the was BIG around 2ft long. i figured the splitter would have been toast, but it remained intact! As well we could not avoid some roadkill later in the event and in the end the splitter was perfect after the event.
In terms of performance I could notice a dramatic increase in front grip at speed. I am also running the Aero S2 rear wing but the overall balance was good.
The drag at speed did not appear to be bad either, at Daytona i saw a GPS indicated 187.3mph running stock turbos. Lehs Alpha9 running a more aggressive front aero/canards and rear wing was around 6mph slower at top as i recall, but overall had more HP than my car.
Hope this helps, the splitter is worth the $$ for a functional aero enhancement, i also think it looks pretty cool. – Catesby.