Well…after nearly two year’s of researching to fabricate an Active Aero Tray, I’m finally very happy with the result.
As you can see from the pictures it’s as close to stock as possible, very close I think.
There is one visible difference that the hanging bar is now obsolete. The strength of the carbon fibre allows all the original steel work to be deleted. The way it is attached to the lifting bars, by countersinking the stock bolts means better air flow under the car, a goog thing.
Advantages also will be easier repairs if ever needed, it will always keep it’s shape and weight is next to nothing.
I am someone who takes on a project only to see if I can finish😊 and finish I have with this.
I’ve had to go down an unusual method to create various molds and methods, very time consuming but it had to be right, I found a way, created by myself that gave me the best result.
If there is enough interest these will be made available.
Price wise, I’ve seen on another forum a guy in Germany is making these trays available around £950 Worldwide with postage.
Price is £650, but Full GTOUK Member Club price is £600 + Postage.
These will only be made to order.
The active aero tray was the same on MK1 and MK2. The difference is seen on the UK cars - which had side wing type pieces on the tray. I do think the GTO tray as @stevie shows should fit a UK and just not use the side wings.
I have the motor and bar all working but have loads of bits of metal that came off with the scoop. I’ve tested motor and bar with no air dam and all works, but not sure if I need to keep all the rusted metal trims that were holding it on.