Primer is an unfinished surface that will require a final sanding prior to painting. Primer is a great option for those looking to customize and/or paint the parts themselves or have a body shop handle the paint. Primer is not intended to be installed as is on a vehicle. There are no UV stabilizers in the primer coating and will, therefore, degrade over time when exposed to sunlight.
Gloss Black (GBA) is your standard high shine black paint finish. Gloss Black is the go-to finish for ground effects and accessories as it will highlight the components against your colored car.
S3 SS-Zl1 Deflectors
S2 SS-Zl1 Winglets
Gen6 ZL1-1LE Smoked Third Brake Light
Camaro SS 2016
Rock Chip Guards
Camaro SS 2016
Fuel cap cover
SS ZL1 Side Rockers
Deflectors are optional on splitters, but they do help direct the airflow from the front to the brakes. This will help cooling of the brakes, as well as reduce the amount of debris buildup around the calipers. It is a great addition to our splitters, and not to mention they provide an aggressive appearance to the front end!
What is the difference between Primer & Gloss Black?
Primer is an unpainted surface and is an undercoating that is meant to be final sanded prior to paint. There are no UV stabilizers in the primer. Therefore, if installed as is, then overtime the sun will cause the primer to fade and deteriorate. Gloss black is your typical high shine black paint.
- Camaro 2016-20 SS with Zl1-SS Splitter 48-4-029 or 48-4-031