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Old 02-20-2003, 21:10   #1 (permalink)
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Rear wing/spoiler options for EF

Hey guys.

I wanna get a rear wing/spoiler for my EF but am after something a little different to what seems to be going round. I'd like something a little bigger that the standard XR style ones but not quite as bit as the EL GT. I've looked at the higher style ELXR8 ones but I'm not too keen on those. Likewise with the hawk type. The BA GT style one looks good but I don't know how it'd go on an EF... (not that i'd be available yet)

Has anyone seen anything different or know of any places I can get something along these lines ?

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try the following

http://www.ssv.com.au
http://canberracarstyling.com.au
http://www.fibremaster.com.au
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Old 02-21-2003, 04:19   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah mate, this wing is for the EF from SSV's Viper kit and is bigger than the standard size wings you see on E-series cars. I put it on my EB and it fits the contours of my boot fine.

Check it out.

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Call me hard to please but I'm not really keen on any of those styles. I'm not a fan of the high wings with the 2 legs in the centre.

Maybe something like a VS clubsport style of thing ? That'd be different! I think the VS would be a bit narrower than the EF though in terms of fitting it straight on ?
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