Made From High-Strength TPO (Thermal Plastic Olefin) For Long Lasting Durability
Shaped With High-Pressure Injection Molding
Installs In Minutes
What's in the Box
(1) ROUSH Chin Spoiler
Add true race-inspired styling to your 2010-12 ROUSH® Front Fascia with this chin spoiler kit. The front chin splitter fits and requires the 2010 Mustang ROUSH Front Fascia.
The 2010-12 Mustang Front Splitter is made from high-strength TPO (thermal plastic olefin) for long lasting durability, and is made in the U.S.A. at ROUSH's own plastics manufacturing facility. The plastic is molded with high-pressure injection, the same process used by the automotive manufactures. Installation takes only minutes, and there is no trimming needed, as there would be with our competitors products. All required parts are included.
This splitter is unpainted and features a grained texture to be more resistant to impact from rocks while driving.
This part must be painted to match your vehicle.
Hi, I was wondering if this fits my v6 2012..? I really love this look and us the 10-12 have limited choosing for a chin splitter.. I don't like the odd looking Stallin one.. Thanks Asked by Allan Keny A.from San Leandro | Comment00
Best Answer: This will only fit the Roush front bumper unfortunately. It will not work on your v6. Answered by Karson S.from Hewitt | Comment00
Roush - The Art of Performance Engineering
ROUSH Performance is the first specialty-vehicle company to combine race-proven technologies with advanced automotive engineering. The result, a unique mix of street car and race car...Is a ROUSH car. Or more specifically, a ROUSH Mustang or F-150 pickup with styling, performance, and handling characteristics derived from the racetrack and modified for street legal usage. The vehicles and components produced by ROUSH Performance are imprinted with Jack Roush's vision, passion for performance, and commitment to excellence. He personally approves the design, engineering, fit, finish and overall performance of each package, ensuring that his personal standards are met prior to production and product release. Many of these products are designed by the same engineering group that has helped Roush Racing become the winningest Ford racing team in history.