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APR GTC-200 Carbon Fiber Adjustable Miata Wing


Miata 1990-2005 · Exterior · Aerodynamics

Part Number: 61-0498

Application: 1990-2005

Reg. Price: $935.00

Sale Price: $875.00


APR GTC-200 Carbon Fiber Adjustable Miata Wing
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Carbon Fiber Adjustable Miata Wing by APR Performance.

When properly mounted on the rear of your Miata, a wing can generate large amounts of downforce, increasing the amount of tire grip available on the road. This increased grip allows you to carry higher speeds through turns.

This GTC-200 wing is composed of lightweight and durable carbon fiber composite. Supporting this Miata carbon fiber wing are 10 mm aircraft grade 6061 billet aluminum pedestals that come in a flat black powdercoat finish, with turn-buckles to adjust the wing's pitch. This is a full miata-specific kit.

NEW 2nd generation GTC-200 airfoil is 60.5" wide with a height of 10". This wing offers substantial downforce at the speeds seen on the track, and can enable lower lap times even for naturally aspirated, low power miatas.

The GTC-200 is a "3D" wing, meaning that the center section has a different angle than the outer section angle. This makes the best use of the air traveling around and over the car. It also means that you don't have to install your wing high above your roof line for it to be effective.

RYAN'S NOTES: This wing's adjustability makes it a great match for a wide variety of front-end aero on a miata. At a shallow (horizontal) angle it pairs well with mild additions such as a front lip spoiler or canards. At steeper angles it produces enough downforce to balance a racing front airdam and/or small splitter.

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