I installed Norms GXP front splitter this week, as feared, it does touch my driveway slope on exit and entry. Not sure if I want to remove the splitter or raise the coilovers a half inch. However, totally digging the Aftershock recessed grills, definitely brings some aggression to the overall look of the front.
Recently took it on errand, and as usual I parked away from other cars. As I walked back towards car I couldn't help but think it has a Cobra vibe, but still looks very Poncho.
Also a few things on the base fascia to GXP fascia conversion;
1. GXP front fender liners are needed for a OEM look.
2. GXP underbody splash shield needed to help deflect debris build-up*.
3. GXP front fender liners needed when using Norms splitter, due the splitter inner fender attachment points matching the GXP inner fender liners attachment points.
*The base fascia is molded to cover the underbody, whereas the GXP fascia ends right below the fascia intercooler air inlet. The GXP uses a separate plastic splash shield that attaches to the bottom edge of the GXP fascia, and extends almost to the underbody spoiler. The splash shield protects the GXP intercooler from road debris (part 38 in the diagram below).
I know, I know; This thread is worthless without pics. Buying a new camera isn't a priority for me, but when I finally get around to it I will take pics and post them to this thread of both cars.