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no offense.. But I think that looks like ****. Maybe if it didn't have that top thing, like the mini cooper. the bottom grille, hole, whatever you want to call it looks okay.... but the top.... thats just a fail.
Wikipedia - "The Renesis rotary engine in the current Mazda RX-8 also has a redline of 9000 rpm, although such engines can run at much higher speeds, it is necessary to protect the ancillary components and gearbox."
2007 Brilliant Black Mazda RX-8. Blue Dome Lights Footwell Lamps. Red Running Lights Footwell Lamps. Clear Corners. Grom Car2PC connector. Axial Flow Shortshifter.
My mistake. Thought that he found the picture, and was looking for a company that made the bumper. Did not know that he was the one who photoshopped it and was just looking for one that looked similar to his design.
as for your ideas, some look valid others ook very intensive,,,
The side vent on the fender is practically worthless to modify in this manner unless you build a duct to vent the wheel well,
the front scoop could be valid since it looks like your trying to raise the entire profile of the bumper and hood to accomodate, there is very liittle room for what I think your are trying unless you do so...
the integrated lip spoiler seems alright although I have seen that befor but cannot recall what kit it was,,,
Either way if your serious about building you own bumper a few suggestions from someone doing the same-
accumulate several bumpers to hack up and play with, this will be harder for you since it looks like your base is the MS bumper...
take your time and do it right, no need to spend all that money on spare bumpers just to waste them
build a jig that specs out to be the same dimensions as the oe mounting points and mount the bumper to it, this will help with fitment after your finished making the bumper,,,