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Just considering if my final under-car work does not stabilize it at 130+. I lengthened the side skirts, so now they are 1" off the ground, full side length. Extended the rear diffuser panels, so now 5" above road surface, and lengthened so that from rear axle to 1" past end of body. Already have proper channels, just were not initially deep enough. Plenty of front "push", the car actually "wags". But I don't want to reduce front downforce, as then it gets light. Sooooooooo, want to get the car stable on large fast tracks.

I have tried hard to not go this route, wanting to preserve the classic look, so lots of under-car. But, gotta make it drive safe.

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Could you feel the difference at track speeds?
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Width
Height above the body
Bracing inside trunk to chassis.
 

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Easily removable (street car). Yes, it worked.





If I were to do it again, I would use a Wang.

 
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I don't remember exactly, I think it was 52"
 

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i have a 71" apr gt250 i think it is mounted about 2-4" above windshield height.

i also have ffr air dam and really like the way the car handles

i bolted mine directly to trunk frame with 1/2" thick aluminum wing mounts
 
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