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The Zspeedperformance front fascia splash shield replaces the flimsy plastic OEM shield between the lower lip of the front fascia and lower core support This piece is designed to direct air in and thru the radiator instead of it going under your car instead. This piece uses all factory mounting locations and will help stiffen up the lower lip of the stock USDM or JDM front fascias.
Made from lightweight .050" Aluminum powder coated matte black.
ZSpeed Performance Aluminum Engine Belly Pan Fits All 1990-1996 300ZX Twin Turbo OR Non Turbo!
These are designed to replace the wimpy plastic engine splash shield tray the 300zx comes with from the factory. The Factory plastic shield is usually missing, sagging or soaked with oil or other fluids.
The OEM piece is over $100.00 and won't last. If your shield is missing you will notice a lot less dirt in the engine compartment and less dirt and dust on the back of your car after installing the new shield as the fan doesn't blow it all off the ground and into or on your car. This will last pretty much forever, Will not absorb fluids and is designed to vent more hot air out of the engine compartment for a cooler running Z.
These will also better protect the front of your engine, Hoses, PS lines ect that all run under the front of your Z in harms way from road debris. All shields come with all NEW corrosion resistant mounting hardware.
The 99 Jspec undershroud will not work in conjunction with the 99 fascia foam bar and bracket. We recommend using either the undershroud or the bracket for reinforcement at the bottom of the fascia.