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Old 06-18-12, 08:57 PM
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What do you think of this wing? I don't have a big budget to buy a thousand dollar wing, but im thinking this is better than GT Wing that all the ricers use.

I have a 93 FD that I do sprints in, currently still have the factory wing and wondering whether its worth my time.



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Hard to say. It might produce useful downforce, might also act as an air brake in the process. Might be better off with a '99 wing or other proven item.
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I vote 'No.'
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Wow, nice find for a ricecar not a race car. Big thumbs down, it might be able to give you about 30 lbs of down force.
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