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2020-01-20 - Added Splitter Materials - Canards

Q.
Hello, the interpretation says that the splitter is a horizontal aero component. Does this mean that if a splitter diffuses at the back or has endplates/canards these would be additional points?

To further clarify my request how many points would these be:

Splitter that has diffusers in wheel wells
The point value for each canard
Vertical spat connected to the splitter

CanardEnd Plate

A.
Any added aero component outside of the defined components will be charged points based on square feet of material.

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