Suitable with or without GP front lip
The Flow Designs lip splitter set for the Honda Civic Type R (FN2R) includes front lip splitters, side skirt splitters, rear pods/spats & rear diffuser. The satin black finish will enhance the visual style of your FN2R bumper & side profile, & with an easy installation process it is simple to choose these splitters as the next exterior mod for your Civic. Winglet options are now available in the V3 version of the FN2 lip splitter kit.
All our lip splitters are made from a thick polyethylene composite, making it the strongest product of its type on the market, watch our stress test to see how durable our splitters are. Each splitter is model specific in its development and design to ensure perfect fitment. The entire production process is done is our Bayswater factory making us proudly Australian made and owned.
Brass threads located on each side will for easy installation of our adjustable front winglets, creating your own style with our bolt-on accessories range (sold separately).
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- FN2 Civic Type R front lip splitter
- Pre-mounted adjustable Aerospacers
- 2 Flow Designs stickers
- Fitting kit
Optional Sold Separately
- FN2 Civic Type R front lip splitter winglets (pair)
- 10mm thick polyethylene composite, bevelled edges
- Hand polished satin black
Why do you use polyethylene composite for your products?
Strong, impact-resistant, doesn't corrode or chip, and has excellent abrasion resistance (eg. scraping on driveways!)
How is your splitter so strong?
The splitter becomes an integral part of your stock body kit, giving it unrivalled rigidity and strength so it can absorb scrapes and protect your bumper.
Pre-assembled Aerospacers are bolted down perpendicularly to create a brace that reinforces the splitter and evenly spreads the load from impacts across the surface. It also allows the front lip splitter to follow the body kit contour to keep it flat and level.
What about carbon fibre?
As strong and light as carbon fibre is, it cracks on impact or when under load and/or stress. Clearcoat will eventually fade or crack, becoming undesirable.