AERO-FLEX® - What is it?

 

Why does Razzi manufacture it’s Ground Effects using AERO-FLEX®?

 

There are many different “grades” of ABS type plastic.  RAZZI uses the very best grades of ABS (Acrylinitrile Butadiene Styrene), which are then blended together, using RAZZI’s secret formula to make AERO-FLEX®, a special thermoset plastic which is the very best material available for the manufacturing of Ground Effects type products.

 

RAZZI® Ground Effects Packages are not soft, and rubbery like some Ground Effects Packages that are made out of urethane plastic (which are very hard to paint and difficult to install).  The AERO-FLEX® ABS Ground Effects Packages are more rigid like fiberglass but do not crack like fiberglass parts will.  Also, parts made out of fiberglass are usually very poor fitting compared to AERO-FLEX® parts.  RAZZI’s parts are commonly referred to as the “best fitting” parts in the Ground Effects industry.  AERO-FLEX® is not a “urethane” material and it is NOT a “fiberglass” material.  The accurate description of AERO-FLEX® is that it is a “co-extruded ABS composite plastic” material—a very “high tech” plastic.

 

AERO-FLEX® is a proprietary to RAZZI® and is a registered trademark of the Razzi Corporation

 

 

Most Ground Effects Kits & Rear Deck Wing Spoilers Are Available in Factory Pre-Painted Colors

 

(At this time, Ground Effects component parts are available unpainted)

 

 

PAINT COLOR STANDARDS

 

It is Razzi’s intent to provide our customers with a pre-painted Rear Ground Effects Kit that will acceptably match your car’s paint.  In some instances, there are actually various “shades” of your car’s color code.  These “shades” can vary from darker to lighter, even though it is the same paint code.  In cases where the factory paint exhibits various “shades”, we have tried to paint our kits with a shade that is somewhat in the middle of the “shade” choices to closely match those that are a shade lighter and also those that are a shade darker.  In some cases, our paint match is as close as possible and is acceptable, even though it may not be 100% perfect (which no one could be!).  We also want to call your attention to the fact that on vehicles was manufactured before 2005, the vehicle may have to be “buffed” to bring back the original paint luster to match the newly painted Ground Effects Kit.