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Rear Wing Down Force


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Not quite sure what you're after....there are a number of manufacturers of wings...Gambella, FVD, Porsche OEM, Sportec etc. If you are just looking for a rear wing to add a little flavor to your car, you might want to do some research into spoilers. To put one on the rear without addressing the downforce in the front can be a problem in that you'll run light in the front. Take a look at some of the pictures in the forums of the 996 TT's....you'll see the rear wings and the front air dams.

I just ordered a front FVD spoiler because the Porsche factory one was broken going through a dip. FVD wants $350 for theirs thats made out of black plastic....Porsche wants $750 and then I have to have it painted. Rear spoilers typically run in the $1200 to $1800 range. My setup is Porsche factory installed as an option at the time it was ordered from the factory. They come in a number of configurations and it becomes a matter of personal taste as to a design that meets your fancy. My best suggestion is for you to do some searches in Rennlist on the 996TT forum as well as the GT2....a lot of them use the front and rear spoilers. Also a Google search for Porsche spoilers will bring you a lot of material to look at.

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