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Old 02-15-2005, 09:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, don't all bash my wing at once. I've been hesistent to put up pics of my new wing. Anyways, here it is. It looks a lot bigger than it really is in this closeup shots. Infact, it's the same height as my old AC Schnitzer wing when comparing the gap between the trunk and wing. It just looks chunky. Anyways, my car is going to be a dedicated track car once I rebuild the engine and work out my mods with Anthony at BMP

Let me know what you guys think. I wish I got a shot from outside further away. It looks so much better and more natural.

It's a CF GT Wing which has been cut down to make it shorter. It's from the same maker as my hood.

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Old 02-15-2005, 10:00 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey man,

Doesnt look bad at all, its prob not for everyone but i think it looks decent and as u said its going to be track based in the end so as long as its functional ... to hell with looks .

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If it wasn't CF then that'd be truley awful. I dont like how the wing attaches on the corners like that, but at least it's CF
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Hey Bry - how'd you fit a dual-tip exhaust? Is it a custom weld from one pipe into a dual muffler? I also liked the rear window spoiler - where'd you get it and how much? Was it an easy stick-on install? (my weather strip is destroyed on the rear window in the corners - and I need to cover the shame...)
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Looks like an STI wing....I'm not a fan of them...but if you're gonna be tracking it then it makes sense..
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bad look, good idea for racing as Del said.
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Hey Bry - how'd you fit a dual-tip exhaust? Is it a custom weld from one pipe into a dual muffler? I also liked the rear window spoiler - where'd you get it and how much? Was it an easy stick-on install? (my weather strip is destroyed on the rear window in the corners - and I need to cover the shame...)
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It's an ANSA cat back and it came that way. It's pretty much a single pipe and the muffler just has 2 tips (no ricey dual muffler business). I have the rear M3 diffuser so fitting a dual tip wasn't a problem.

The rear window spoiler is AC Schnitzer. I bought it for $250 I believe, I can't remember exactly as it was quite a while ago. I just stuck it on using some really sticky silicon. Use the black colour stuff. I know someone locally who makes fiberglass replicas. If you're interested he sells them for $100-$150CDN unpainted.

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I like it, especially the fact that it is CF, I was looking into the basic M3 spolier w/LED for mine in the near future

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