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Aero Bi Wing Question


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Hi, Im new here and would like to post a question regarding an OEM Aero Bi Wing (Taco 996 512 901 00) future installation. Im assuming that this wing varies its pitch on speed. I have a 2000 c4 and would like to do the earokit mod... Is there any special wiring harness that I need in order to have that variable pitch on the wing? Can I use my existing wiring from the stock spoiler? I'm sorry if this is a repost but I could not find any information here.

Thanks for any info on this matter.

By the way, I love my Millenium Ed, had it for 4 months now, I thought I would leave it stock but got the mod bug bad. B&M SSK, PSS9, H&R Sways, Gemballa exhaust, headers, evo intake, GIAC flash... now for som trims. Thanks Loren for all the help. You are the man. ... Hope these attachments works.

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(edit - converted image so it is viewable - Loren)

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Im assuming that this wing varies its pitch on speed. I have a 2000 c4 and would like to do the earokit mod... Is there any special wiring harness that I need in order to have that variable pitch on the wing? Can I use my existing wiring from the stock spoiler?
No, the Aerokit Cup wing is fixed. The factory wing can be adjusted manually to three different positions - flat (stock), middle or full. Porsche suggests full only be used at the track.

If you are converting from a non-aerokit car then you will need a new wiring harness for the deck lid (or your spoiler light will always stay on). The harness comes with factory aerokit packages.

Here is my Aerokit Cup wing in the middle position (not a great shot).

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Thanks Loren,

I know the wiring harness, found plenty of info here. Surprised to hear that its a fixed wing... would of been cool to see it vary based on speed... "love that sort of stuff even though its just fluff"... now get some sleep!

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