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Whether it makes a performance difference or not, what are your guys thoughts here. ZL1 looks like they are attempting to prevent some air from going up into the back of the body with their piece, but the APR one looks so much better in my opinion. Has anyone felt a noticeable difference at speed with a rear diffuser? I'd like to get one that actually indeed does something.
 

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@Nubs assumed if you knew you knew and didn't need pictures. For your reference here are the two im looking at:

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Performance aside (not sure these make any real difference) I think the APR looks better. It is less obtrusive and more streamlined.
 

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I have to say I think they both look a little too big for my taste. I went with the BJ's garage diffuser, it has much thinner aluminum fins that don't extend as far out the back. A bit more subtle look I think, but I don't see many others with this style of diffuser so maybe I'm in the minority on this one.
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Down Force Solutions has a nice aluminum option and are all about the customization now too. Originally the guy created a full aero package meant for racing - front splitter, side splitters, underbody covers, rear diffuser, and wicker bills.
 
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Down Force Solutions has a nice aluminum option and are all about the customization now too. Originally the guy created a full aero package meant for racing - front splitter, side splitters, underbody covers, rear diffuser, and wicker bills.

I agree.

If I was going to put a diffuser on my Challenger ... it would be Downforce Solutions.

And they're based in Pompano Beach, FL so they'll be easy to reach. They attend a number of Moper-related shows and usually announce a mod tour where they'll do free installation.
 
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Downforce Solutions has a solid aluminum, all welded chassis mounted fully functional version that you can get in some custom colors and custom cut outs very clean
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Love the input guys, gonna definitely take a look at the downforce solutions one, I want a for aero kit, was looking at APRs, they are about to release a front air dam for the widebody in 2 months they said.
 

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Love the input guys, gonna definitely take a look at the downforce solutions one, I want a for aero kit, was looking at APRs, they are about to release a front air dam for the widebody in 2 months they said.
Downforce Solutions already has front splitters and side splitters for Wide Body Challengers.
 

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Downforce Solutions already has front splitters and side splitters for Wide Body Challengers.
I don't see the front splitters, at least not specific for the widebody. I don't know why its different, I sent them a message though. But the APR replaces the stock front dam not just a splitter.
 

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any idea who makes this one?

 

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$2,497.00!!!! :eek:
 

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$2,497.00!!!! :eek:
Yeah thats why I'm trying to find where its made. I like that it replaces the stock valance though.

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$699.99. That's more like it! (y)
 
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Im a pretty big fan of the one i found here. It doesnt sit super low, its a few inches, but wraps up the back valance so, too me, it looks like its supposed to be there.

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I don't see the front splitters, at least not specific for the widebody. I don't know why its different, I sent them a message though. But the APR replaces the stock front dam not just a splitter.
They might not have their website up to date because a lady in our local Mopar group has all of their "stuff" on her Wide Body Challenger. She has the front splitter, rear diffuser, side splitters, and wicker bill.

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