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I've seen Spoon Sports Diffuser for the S2K fitted to an EK9, DC2 and DC5 and I just wanted to know if anyone thinks it would be possible to fit it to the FN2?

 

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You going to fit this instead of a rear splitter? If so then possibly yes, would look good, I looked at this before, I've seen it on a DC5 and it looks :cool:
I think your right, dont think it would work with the GP pack, but I was thinking of trying it with the Mugen rear splitter?
 

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Possibly but then I don't think you could lower the car at all at the rear? As that acts effectively as the splitter on the DC5/S2K etc so it'd sit far too low fit the splitter on and lowered? I do think the Mugen splitter should have came with a diffuser tho, e space is there and it's just asking for a big flared OTT diffuser in the centre lol so may work well?
 

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Possibly but then I don't think you could lower the car at all at the rear? As that acts effectively as the splitter on the DC5/S2K etc so it'd sit far too low fit the splitter on and lowered? I do think the Mugen splitter should have came with a diffuser tho, e space is there and it's just asking for a big flared OTT diffuser in the centre lol so may work well?
I think gp pack or mugen or the diffuser shown on their own. Any combination may look a bit crammed and I agree with dpg87 it would be to low as well. The fn2s catch a slightly high kerb as it is!
 

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can anyone photo shop? this looks very interesting!
 

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The best way it would work would be with the Mugen rear. What you could do is remove the centre of the Mugen rear and then bolt the Spoon diffuser in place. It would very very low at the rear though and it may look odd with the side extensions sticking out
 
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