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Product: APR Performance GTC-200 CARBON FIBER WING -MIATA SPEC-
Part No.: AS-105907
Fits: 1990-1997 Miata NA, 1999-2005 Miata NB
Includes: GTC-200 airfoil, mounting brackets, and hardware.
List Price: $725 Introductory Price (good until end of Jan. 2009), then back to $785 Regular Price.
Availability: Now
Options: 2.5" Risers ($85)


This is an all new application for the 1990-1997 Mazda Miata.
The airfoil and mounting brackets are built specifically to fit the
Miata's trunk lid properly. It will carry an APR Performance part
number, and will soon be listed on their website.

See the airfoil's CFD data here:
http://www.aprperformance.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=183

If your Miata has more than 140 whp, and you want maximum grip on track,
then this wing is *highly* recommended.

Slick Auto is ready to take your order now!

E-mail: [email protected]














 

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ok. it was the part number given to me for the correct wing for my miata, by apr.. they might just adapt that wing with the miata specific mounting points :)
 

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Yes, that was the number APR would have given you before, only because there was previously no better number to give out. We (Slick Auto + APR Performance) just completed development on the Miata SPEC kit this past week. There are a lot of different parts that comprise the Miata SPEC kit compared to the Universal kit. It's actually a lot more than just mounting points on the wing.
 

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Thanks for the update. Down force is hard to come by at autocross speeds.

I don't have any pictures of the latest revision up on the website yet. I have swapped out the 5.5" upper element for a 7.5" one with gurney flap, and increased the end plate size to the "legal" limit, as well as adding a spoiler.

If this is cluttering your thead feel free to delete it or ask me too.
Thanks again.
 

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Basically, downforce is badass. I had to consciously get to power earlier to prevent the car from pushing post-apex. The car is so much more stable overall it's not even funny. It looks the part, but my goal was to feel an effect and I am extremely pleased with the results.

I am going to borrow my roommate and his SLR next week when my 2.5" risers come in and snap some photos.
 
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