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ultegra

Rear Wing Gurney

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Can anyone supply the fitting instructions for the rear wing gurney strip that goes on the lower element of the Mk1 GT3 rear wing, please?

 

PN 996 512 988 00

 

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Alignment distances etc would be useful.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Chris.

Edited by ultegra

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Hi Chris.... As you know, the US didn't get the MKI GT3, but the wing parts are the same as the early 996 Aerokit which I did acquire and install on a '99 C4 that I used to own. As I remember, the Aerokit included a tube of black adhesive with which to install the Gurney.  I don't remember any included instructions on locating the lip.  I just glued it on centered and a mm or two from the rear of the lower wing.  Today, I would use 3M Trim Adhesive as it is clear and sets flexible but holds firmly. Let us know how it turns out.

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