2022+ Subaru Wrx Aero Kit T-SPEC
T-SPEC is engineered for aerodynamics, reducing wind resistance and noise while increasing fuel efficiency. The exclusive package is designed to enhance the WRX’s powerful performance while providing improved stability. Experience increased precision and power on the open road.
Our 2022 Subaru WRX Aero Kit T-SPEC is engineered for aerodynamics, reducing wind resistance and noise while increasing fuel efficiency. The exclusive package is designed to enhance the WRX’s powerful performance while providing improved stability. Experience increased precision and power on the open road.
- Fitment (designed for): 2022 Subaru WRX
- Product includes
- Front Splitter--REQUIRED ADD ON FOR DRIVING WITH SPEEDS OVER 120MPH: SPLITTER RODS
- Side Skirts
- Rear Diffuser
Made from Aerospace Lightweight ALUMINUM no ABS PLASTIC!!!!
- Made in the USA
- Comes fully CNC and is professionally powder coated.
- Comes pre-drilled
- Fitment Guaranteed
- Hardware included
- Professional install highly recommended
LIPS NOT INCLUDED. The lip option shown above is to indicate which hardware to provide. Please email or call us if you have any questions.
What's the purpose of having a front splitter for your 2022 WRX?
An automotive front splitter is a modification typically found at the front of the car, containing a protruding flat surface acting as a firm extension of the front bumper. There are many different configurations as far as their aesthetic, and utilized material. The design and purpose mainly aimed at decreasing front-end lift, which would equate to numerous performance benefits. When a car reaches higher speeds, it will accumulate air pressure build-up at the front of the vehicle. All of this air will end up going both above the car, as well as below the car (under the front bumper). When excess amounts of this air build-up, the under-car air pressures build up. This increased air pressure contributes to lift, which causes the front end of the vehicle to lift up. This results in decreased traction on the road & a compromised handling characteristic. The key to alleviating this is creating positive downforce. The splitter forces the high-pressure air upwards where it builds up around the bumper, and ultimately migrates this pressure over the car resulting in reduced lift. The splitter is typically supported by rods to ensure that the splitter stays parallel to the ground, rods will also assist with the outside forces and elements endangering the integrity of the splitter.