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IROC Splitter Template

Just wondering if anyone has ever drawn up a template for a narrow body IROC splitter to throw on a CNC router. Looking for something in DXF/DWG format. I am going to draw one up, but figured I would save some effort if its already been done!



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jeez great idea hopefully you do it. thanks
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Oh cool. I just bought a big sheet of aluminum to make a front splitter, I haven't drawn up a template yet though.
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who makes that blue iroc bumper on the top pics? the grill insert looks like a perfect fit.
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who makes that blue iroc bumper on the top pics? the grill insert looks like a perfect fit.
Not sure. I pulled those images from a couple of threads while searching for a template.

Here is what I'm working on:


And I just oversized some stock material, powder-coated black, and used silicone to adhere it from the backside:
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I will work on a template for a splitter this weekend unless someone comes through with one before then!
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subd,

I am planning to make one for my car- maybe we can have one shop / person do it and go in on a group buy?
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also, here are a few ideas as well.
they may add some front end down force compared to the others.
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Check out CCP Fabrication. They make a FB narrow body splitter. I have one on my track car - great quality for the price. Custom Porsch Race Car Products | Porsch Race Car Part Fabrication | Custom Porsch 911 Parts | Porsch Boxer Parts | Porsch 924 Car Parts
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^^^ That looks really good to me just filling the corners. More custom hot rod than race car wanna be.
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THANKS KNODE nice site and good prices.... wonder what fitment is like for the body parts..
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Not sure. I pulled those images from a couple of threads while searching for a template.

Here is what I'm working on:


And I just oversized some stock material, powder-coated black, and used silicone to adhere it from the backside:
your grill solution looks good. i think mine is a TRE... it fits body nice but i notice the box frame face on it isnt square or consistent as the real ones in this area with larger radi.

i was also thinking about a splitter that has slot tracks in the panel so you can slide it rearward underneath hiding it for street use, protection from steep ramp angles or a stockish look then pull it out for track or spirited driving.
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your grill solution looks good. i think mine is a TRE... it fits body nice but i notice the box frame face on it isnt square or consistent as the real ones in this area with larger radi.

Yeah, mine is a TRE bumper as well. This was the best solution I could come up with for the grill.


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i was also thinking about a splitter that has slot tracks in the panel so you can slide it rearward underneath hiding it for street use, protection from steep ramp angles or a stockish look then pull it out for track or spirited driving.

Exactly! My biggest motivation for doing this is a sacrificial plate to protect the underside of the bumper. I was thinking fore/aft slotted holes or a pattern of holes indexed at a nominal dimension. Either way, once the holes are matched and drilled in the car, a replacement is as easy as cutting another.
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Check out CCP Fabrication. They make a FB narrow body splitter. I have one on my track car - great quality for the price. Custom Porsch Race Car Products | Porsch Race Car Part Fabrication | Custom Porsch 911 Parts | Porsch Boxer Parts | Porsch 924 Car Parts


I just ordered this, I will update everyone when it comes in

thanks for the link!
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If anyone can come up with enough dimensions or enough photos from dead perpendicular, I can turn it into a DWG file.

To get the dimensions right I suspect it would need a couple iterations so I can fire back PDF files to be printed out and taped together to compare to it. If someone wants to go through it let me know.
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Mark at Accumoto has those bumpers and splitters custom made for his customers. Notice how the bumper is more trimmed to the car than the usual IROC bumpers. His cars are a work,of art, and are fast too.
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Mark at Accumoto has those bumpers and splitters custom made for his customers. Notice how the bumper is more trimmed to the car than the usual IROC bumpers. His cars are a work,of art, and are fast too.
Exactly and his bumpers fit like a glove, I was lucky enough to get a set from Mark. unfortunately I wasn't able to get the splitter.
the bumpers get rid of that fat lip look and sit closer to the body. I'm 100% blown away by the quality. I just wish my car looked like his


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Any updates on this SC/Carrera splitter design?
What is the best material to use ,thickness, 2pc? 1 pc.?
This is a winter project for the 86 car.
I am leaning toward a Jack Olsen 2 pc convertible solution soI don't have to worry about getting it on/off the trailer
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Or a little fiberglass work.....
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