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R32 Front Diffuser - Brand New

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For sale... Fiberglass front diffuser to suit R32 GTR (brand new)

This diffuser will improve airflow under your car to increase front down force, while also channeling air to your front brakes.

This will also fit a GTSt, but if you're running a standard front bar you will need to modify the attachment hardware to raise the height, to match the bar.

I've been running one of these on my car for the last couple of years, but recently had to change the front bar due to an incident with a Wallaby. I bought a second diffuser as I thought I'd have to modify the attachment points to suit the new bar, but as it turns out I didn't need to use it.

So I'm just trying to get back what I paid for it.

$250 + $25 postage Australia wide

Local pickup is available from Nowra, NSW.





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Are these designed for the standard N1 front bar? Will it sit flush with the N1 Lip or what?

Yes it is designed for the standard R32 N1 front bar (see the 2nd photo, in the first post)

I can't see why it wouldn't sit flush with the N1 Lip, though I haven't personally fitted one to the N1 bar.

With a little modification to the attachment points you can modify this to suit almost any R32 front bar, as I've modded mine to fit two very different bars on my car.

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