A couple of Silver State guys run these about 6" tall, made of bent painted 0.080" aluminum. Like on real racers & NASCAR, the blade bolts to the decklid surround flange on the body, below the actual hinged decklid. Easily reangled for tuning. Changes rear downforce to match what happens with a front airdam, but only really needed above 170 mph when the rear tends to get light, I'm told.
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A couple of Silver State guys run these about 6" tall, made of bent painted 0.080" aluminum. Like on real racers & NASCAR, the blade bolts to the decklid surround flange on the body, below the actual hinged decklid. Easily reangled for tuning. Changes rear downforce to match what happens with a front airdam, but only really needed above 170 mph when the rear tends to get light, I'm told.


nice thank you. Not sure how fast im gonna be able to get her going, but with 725hp im thinking fairly fast...
I have the same spoiler on my car as "Brite Smile" has on his. A few other Gr4 Panteras run it too.

I'm pretty sure that the mold for it were made by Danish Team Aquila racing for their Panteras, and that the mold was lend to Von Braun Motorsport (the Brite Smile owner) back in maybe 2004.

They can be contacted through Braun Motorsport

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