Got the fiberglass rear bootlid I made for the Interlude fitted, along with my Pikes Peak style rear wing base.
The fiberglass/Kevlar sunroof replacement panel with it's WRX scoop is bogged in, and saves me 25kg.
I had some polished stainless steel ducting left over from our new kitchen exhaust range hood - ideal material from which to make a cold induction air box that will receive pressured air through the dummy headlight hole. This is WAY better than warm air from inside the engine bay as the previous car's owner (and most young street tyro's) had done. A swimming pool skimmer box filter sock over the pod filter more than doubles it's life in the dust, and it is easily removed & washed or cheaply replaced. Cold, clean pressurised air.... one of the most neglected free sources of more power. A walk around the pits will show you that 95% of cars at any car racing meet at our level will have overlooked it.
I started sculpting the rear flared & scooped guards for my Prelude dirt racer today by re-cycling the parts I made & used for sculpting the front guards. These will be add-on panels that will go over the OME ones. Right from the get-go they look awesome....wait till I add the air scoops between them & the door edge. Although I could just screw all the sculpting pieces to the car, mold it on the car & then cut it off - I will instead work out a way of doing the sculpting so I can easily remove the die off the car. This will make fiberglassing the inner edges possible with the sculpture lying flat because these flares need flanges blended in to join the m to the OME rear wheel arch edge and to avoid you seeing the factory panel it will bolt over.