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Where to buy the Gurney on the rear of Aerokit >99

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Pistol....The Gurney Flap for the 99-01 factory Cup Aero Kit is part number

996 512 988 00

You should be able to order it separately. It glues on with a bead of trim adhesive that you apply in a careful bead to a small depression molded into the bottom of the piece.

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Part Number: 996 512 988 00 Spoiler. It comes unpainted in black plastic.

Porsche recommends a 3 mm bead along the full length of the spoiler They use 999 915 400 00 Adhesive Polyurathane... which looks like a black epoxy to me. They also suggest to tape it in place (once positioned correctly) and clean any extra adhesive immediately. Let dry (with the tape) for 12 hours. Obviously you get one chance at positioning so make sure you measure and mark where it goes.

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