Before I get my game day drunk going, thought I might update things.
I did ask the Tegris rep about using that material for side splitters. My only real concern was temperature limits of the material as everyone knows the area around the cats can get hot. He suggested it would not be a problem. BUT... more temperature related information should be gathered before proceeding. And actually, there are a couple of items on the list of things that I would need ref the side splitters. Let me explain...
My car has side exhaust using the AF side sills. I also have massive amounts of ventilation underneath my sills. And what all of that means to making side splitters for the rest of the world is...
-> Mine are slightly shorter as the pipe exit dictates such. That would look dumb on a car with rear exhaust and no hole on the side. So, using mine as a template would not work for anyone with rear exhaust and factory sills.
-> The AF sills also are not flat along the bottom and I put 2 bends in mine to make them fit just right. The Tegris material may or may not bend on it's own, is complicated to thermoform if it would need to be bent, let alone the factory sills may be flat.
-> Finally, taking temperature measurements on my highly vented sills would be like checking the beer in my fridge. It is cold, and my sills run cool to compliment.
Sooooooooooooooo, I need a Gen 2 car with factory sills to check (or make actually...) the pattern off of. I would also need to take temperature measurements in the sill area where the cats are to see how hot that area gets underneath. Preferably on a car with stock cats too as that would likely be the hottest. And / or TT car to see what they run.
Who has an IR that could shoot some sill temps? That's an easy one. I know what mine are lol.
Who's gonna volunteer their Gen 2 for template making? It's completely harmless to the car; a cardboard thang.
You can kinda see the bend in this pic.