I see. :d How much power are you expecting?
So I just finished making a little spacer for my number plate. It was hitting the carbon fibre lip and I didn’t want it scratched more than it already has from 2 days of being on.
here’s how it sat.
I even put a bit or rubber strip on there so it’s not metal against clear coat. But still eventually got small scratches.
So I picked up a 450mm 25mmx25mm alloy square tubing from bunnings, cut it to length, and drilled 4 holes. Also went through my stash of hardware and found some pretty looking m6 bolts I got from ebay. Conveniently the tube is already anodized black and I didn’t have to paint it anymore.
Here it is mounted on the bumper. I could’ve gotten away with using just 2 bolts. But I didn’t have any lying around that was long enough to go through the spacer.
pretty bolts on the inside too. even though no one will ever see it.
And bolted the plate on the spacer with nylon locknuts inside to make sure the plate doesn’t fall off.
here’s an after shot after the spacer. that plate ain’t touching that carbon fibre ever again. I’ve made around 7mm of a gap away from the lip now and Also the spacer is just thick enough to move the plate away, but not look out of place. Unlike using one of those number plate holder tilty thingos you can buy from the internet.