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    Hey Chris, would it be safe to assume that this will fit all 500's ? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by spotman View Post
    Hey Chris, would it be safe to assume that this will fit all 500's ? Thanks
    Yes it should fit all 500 models, the only difference is those cars without the Abarth/500T 2013+ Sport front bumper the lip may protrude slightly.

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    After this past weekend I know it is excellent for cracking walnuts that are on the road.

    Looks great Chris, nicely done!

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    Anyone live near any border cities in MI or NY that can take shipment for a Skid Plate for your Friendly Canadian Neighborhood?

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    I saw an earlier version of this skid plate on Sal's Abarth and it worked great. A few times, it did what it was designed to do. Well done Chris and Eurocompulsion. Another great product.

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    Will someone be able to fit an aftermarket front lip spoiler/splitter with this? Say the Cavallino one or the Trofeo style/Road Race one?






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    I am not 100% positive that it would work but it should be either tucking the skid-plate above or underneath the lip. If there is an 1/8 of play it should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTY View Post
    I am not 100% positive that it would work but it should be either tucking the skid-plate above or underneath the lip. If there is an 1/8 of play it should work.
    EC/HPSI did some preliminary measurements with Docron and his vehicle, and will be sending an early order to him to verify, but the skidplate should tuck underneath, however the edge of the skidplate will be covered up at the front by any front lip or splitter. The front bolts on the skidplate are also long enough to double as support for any FMIC bracketing used in that area.

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    Good idea to be able to access the oil plug. Only concern here is that the oil shoots past that mid brace when the oil plug is undone for about a minute before oil level gets low enough not to, and will get all over the back part of the skid plate. I would of probably only cut half the cut out completely out, and used some slits to allow a bend at the back part of the cutout to deflect the oil down toward the pan. That's what I would of done probably in a one off. However; it would be a good option to make something out of plastic that could just clip into the opening to allow the same thing. Otherwise I'd still have to remove it to do oil changes to clean up the mess. Just some food for thought Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRock View Post
    Good idea to be able to access the oil plug. Only concern here is that the oil shoots past that mid brace when the oil plug is undone for about a minute before oil level gets low enough not to, and will get all over the back part of the skid plate. I would of probably only cut half the cut out completely out, and used some slits to allow a bend at the back part of the cutout to deflect the oil down toward the pan. That's what I would of done probably in a one off. However; it would be a good option to make something out of plastic that could just clip into the opening to allow the same thing. Otherwise I'd still have to remove it to do oil changes to clean up the mess. Just some food for thought Chris.
    Our early design had a slot for an oil spillway. However, it causes the piece to lose rigidity, not to mention that oil still hits the cross member there regardless. We actually used it on an oil change and it was more trouble than it was worth.

    The oil has been changed twice with the skidplate on the vehicle, and the mess is minimal, about the same as it usually is on the tunnel brace. It's nothing that a shop towel and about 3 seconds can't clean up. Removing the entire skidplate will be unnecessary.

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