The final piece of this puzzle is the aero. Just as we have seen throughout this build, Will and PZ Tuning have their special touch everythere. The Mugen wing at the rear of the RSX is probably the only off of the shelf piece present. And that has been the benefactor of the custom Shark Fin that Will added as a vertical stabilizer, enhancing rear stability as speed increases. When I captured some pictures in late October the front splitter and canards were very functional, but I remember thinking to myself that the plywood splitter did not quite fit with the rest of the aero features. I was back the day the RSX was loaded on the trailer because in less than a week the splitter and canards had been completely revised. The plywood was relegated to back-up status and an alupanel splitter and aluminum canards were now in place. The canards’ side pieces tie into the splitter, giving additional strength but also keeping the airflow in where it is wanted. Both corners of the alupanel splitter have aluminum runners bolted on that span the depth of the splitter to provide ‘grinding’ room should the splitter contact the track. The underbody treatment is also made from alupanel and an 8’ by 6’ sheet has basically been fitted under the car. The panel extends to the width of the rear tires. Then it ties into the custom PZ Tuning rear diffuser. There is nothing to say except that this really looks cool! The car, in black and silver, is a beautiful piece of machinery.