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thewightstuff

oem gt3 and aero rear wing construction material

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can anyone tell me what their OEM "taco" wing mk1 gt3 wing or their mk2 spoiler is constructed from?

its the deck lid metal as per the regular models or is this whole unit some form of single reinforced fibre or plastic.

without going over to the dealer and knocking on some its hard to tell by looking and id like to know as im about to try and track down one in the classifieds

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I have a 99 c2 with factory aero kit. The taco wing and lid appear to be some sort of composite material.

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thanks for that. i thought as much but had doubts about the actual lid itself. can i ask, does your upper spoiler blade adjust as per the cup cars or is it fixed?

does anyone know if the mk2 lid is interchangeable with the mk1 as a straight swap or were there changes to the model that make them unable to be switched?

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I installed the "Aero Kit I" on my '99 C4 and now own an '04 GT3. I can confirm that the wings and engine covers of both are composite, fiberglass. I don't know if they are interchangeable, but, doubt that it would be a direct swap.

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