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    Pictures and review to follow, soon! This high quality OEM style wing and decklid offers an adjustable top wing, left and right airducts and two center air intakes. Some functional, some good looking, and some IMO are just garish and clumsy. Please take a moment to see what they have to offer. That includes the tail lights, in my opinion.

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    Anyone have a ducktail spoiler on their C4S? I've considered a ducktail on my C4S for quite awhileroughly since the first duck tailed hurtled past me on a highway in , before I had a driver's license nor income to even consider buying one.

    The problem, in part is that few aftermarket options exist I believe MA Shaw has one, though I've only seen pix , and getting it just right on each generation of the is a matter of proportions: Particularly since the C4S lid is subtly d ifferent from the others. The new iteration elegantly reproduces the look of the original 70's piece. There's no shortage of wings on the market for the standard Some functional, some good looking, and some IMO are just garish and clumsy. I don't race; I don't spend much time worrying about whether I 'need' marginal downforce below 60mphI just like the darned things, and that's it.

    I welcome input from wiser and more experienced owners, and particularly posts of any images of C4S's with true ducktail aftermarket wings. Either they look great, or I'll save some money and post purchase angst. Find all posts by Valkuri. As a former C4S owner, my advice is to leave it alone! The C4S has one of the best looking rear ends of any ever made. That includes the tail lights, in my opinion.

    Every time I see a C4S I still drool I understand the appeal of the duck tail and the desire to modify the car, but I just feel like it's defacing a piece of artwork! That's my 2 cents worth. Find all posts by Dennis C. Originally Posted by Dennis C. Find all posts by bernard. Much to be said for the 'leave it alone' approach, which is why I'd like to see examples of the alternatives, before I run out and deface an already appealing vehicle. It looks just like my old one.

    I understand the desire to make it your own. Here's a shot of my C4S:. Last edited by Dennis C; at I also considered a wing but decided not to. Find all posts by MkC2S. It's hard to argue the contrary, here.

    Amazing that your C4S matches mine Dennis, but for your tan interiorwhich, I think looks better than the grey in mine. So, perhaps I'll just live without the wing. Maybe find an engineless roller somewhere, to build into an old style air-cooled Originally Posted by Valkuri. Thanks for the input, all. I believe I will leave well enough alonebut for the Fabspeed carbon intake and boxload of DB Carbon interior parts that arrived this week.

    Pictures and review to follow, soon! Find all posts by bgx This ducktail above me looks great. OP, I've got a Misha ducktail on my targa and I would say if you are going to do one for the c4s , get one from Getty which is molded into the trunk. Be the first C4S to do it. Find all posts by dbTarga You have already rated this thread Rating: Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait.

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