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Installed Zunsport grilles up front, Radiator Grill Store protection on the sides, body color side vent covers and. TWL carbon fiber rear ducktail spoiler

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1. What brand side intake scoop is that? How was the Install?
  • The side scoop is from Car Toys Direct in Florida - they do the painting prior to shipping; the install is simple using a 3M automotive body tape which comes pre-affixed to the scoop but I recommend practicing before you adhere because you only get one chance to do it correctly
2. Does the Duck tail spoiler still operate up and down? How was the install?
  • The ducktail is from TWL and it attaches to the existing extension arms so it does operate the same as the OEM; the install was easy for me as I am well tooled and capable but in my opinion anyone with a little confidence in their ability could do it...you need a star tool, T sockets; the slightly tricky part is making the subtle adjustments to how the adapter brackets sit on the OEM arms so that the margins are perfect when the spoiler is retracted
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Looks fantastic! All of the mods work well together.

How secure are the side vents with just the tape? Would think wind resistance at highway speeds could be a factor but maybe the tape is stronger than I think.
The install on the side vents is solid...that 3M adhesive tape is typical for the automotive manufacturers. I have been well over highway speed and no problems.
Not sure as I have not had any service done since my installation of the Zunsport product.

Here is what I know...Porsche USA is based in Atlanta, as am I ...so I have friends that work for Porsche...they hold to a corporate mantra that Porsche engineering is perfect and cannot be improved upon, ergo...any enhancement is a fault to the original engineering.
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