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Going to do the rear diffuser, spliiter and side rockers in CF for a 2010. I did a little research here but a lot of it was dated or sort of hearsay. I'm particularly

Interested in a good fit, especially the rear diffuser. Anyone who actually has it can you give me some advice, its to expensive to just guess, and if you had a bad experience that's also helpful. You can always PM me if you don't want to put it here. Thanks

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Hi,

I had bought a CB rear diffuser and side rockers and front splitter.

Of all those mods, the rear diffuser gets the attention the most. I did not install them myself, I went to a shop and had them install.

Hope that helps.

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What I'm looking for is which brand should I buy for a good quality fit, and definitely which brand to stay away from. I'm going to have rear diffuser installed by a body shop, just need to know who to buy from. Thanks.

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i have the rear diffuser from tru carbon its a great piece , its looks great ,but its not so easy to install ,not the hardest do do ,i had a shop also install it ,the piece is much stiffer then the stock one ,so i had to work it for a while because it pulled the bumper about 1/4 inch away from the quater panels with need some massaging to close that gap, not sure if the other guys had this problem , it looks great but i would not install it in the winter ,like i did which made it harder to work it back into place,tru-carbon by far a quality part ,cost about $1100 plus shipping from cali. hope that helps you , forgot to mention , fit is great

Edited by BLUE 2010 SHELBY GT 500

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I've had great luck with Tru-Carbon products. The rear difuser I had installed at a buddy's auto body shop.

Everything else I did myself.

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The stock rear diffuser is so flimsy and you can move it with your hand with ease. I'm sure at speed, it's flapping like a one winged duck, trying to take off... I'd really like to buy a CF one, but seems to be hard to install. I'd love to find a shop that could install it for me.

 

QUESTION: Is the Tru-Carbon one lighter than stock? Seems counter-intuitive to install a heavier piece.

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The stock rear diffuser is so flimsy and you can move it with your hand with ease. I'm sure at speed, it's flapping like a one winged duck, trying to take off... I'd really like to buy a CF one, but seems to be hard to install. I'd love to find a shop that could install it for me.

 

QUESTION: Is the Tru-Carbon one lighter than stock? Seems counter-intuitive to install a heavier piece.

 

 

Raceskinz did a CF rear diffuser for the 2007-2009 Super Snakes. The 2007-2009 did not come from Shelby with CF on the rear, but Raceskinz stepped up and made a nice CF overlay to complete the CF look on the earlier cars. <<They may make something similar for the 2010-up.

 

 

 

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