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Hi. Has anyone ordered a ducktail from the new 718 gt4 at porsche? Wondering if it will fit all cayman 718?
It is my understanding that on the GT4 it is fixed, it is speed activated on the Spyder.I wonder the same thing. Does anyone know if the ducktail on the GT4 raises and lowers like the standard 718 spoiler?
If these were implemented like the were on the 981 (no reason to expect otherwise)' the ducktail should fit.Hi. Has anyone ordered a ducktail from the new 718 gt4 at porsche? Wondering if it will fit all cayman 718?
I thought soContacted suncoast about the boxster wing. This was the answer i got.
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I think this is actually a valid point. The duck spoilers look great when they are in the down position but I don't think the mechanism is designed to have as larger surface area so no doubt when it is up and at very high speed it will increase drag and might be more like an air brake.Contacted suncoast about the boxster wing. This was the answer i got.
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Agreed but I would go a step further. Like most car manufacturers Porsche go to a lot of trouble to design the aerodynamics to work as a package on the car.I know Porsche went to a lot of trouble to design the aero on the new GT4 to generate 50% more downforce without increasing drag.
@MG718 It is the policy of this forum to not allow personal attacks.You're ridiculous if you think that small spoiler (even the spyder) is going to make any kind of significant downforce or drag you can feel on the road lol. It's literally one inch taller at most.
Any chance you've heard an update from Suncoast?Contacted suncoast about the boxster wing. This was the answer i got.