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Old 06-22-2016, 12:39 PM   #1
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Default New Spoiler and Pics! Fairy Design Rear Spoiler

I finally bit the bullet and got the Fairy Design rear wing spoiler for the panny! Although I went with the cheaper knock off Hong Kong part, it still looks pretty stunning. The original Japanese spoiler will set you back $2000 unpainted and still need to pay for shipping. Got the HK knock off for $405 shipped. The overall quality of the part is not bad and fit took some finesse to install. I can't compare it to the japanese part, but overall happy with the outcome. Had my local Porsche body shop do a two tone paint job. Gloss Black interior with matching color code outer trim.





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Old 06-22-2016, 06:23 PM   #2
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Nice design.

Looks trick.

I like the CF version from YC Motorsports.
http://www.ycmotorsport.com/index.ph...oduct_id=53317

http://www.ycmotorsport.com/index.ph...oduct_id=53318
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Old 06-22-2016, 06:45 PM   #3
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yeah...that's where I bought my spoiler from. YCMotorsports! They sell on ebay but at 100usd more each.
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Old 06-23-2016, 08:07 AM   #4
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Can u post detail on installation?
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Old 06-23-2016, 02:44 PM   #5
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This will be a bit of a write up for installation as I had to use some ingenuity to get the wing to properly fall into place. One thing to consider is the fiberglass piece I had allowed for some flex of the spoiler securing tabs. A carbon fiber one may not be as forgiving and hope the factory spoiler tub can flex enough to mate against the wing. You will see in the photo's , the wing didn't properly fit and needed some care to force it down and twords the factory tub edge. See the images below for a rough write up.








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Old 06-23-2016, 04:58 PM   #6
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@Rudyo78427




..A super beautiful view from the parking of the "Mountain winery", right ????
(I love to go to this place for concerts, imo, probably the NICEST concert place of the World !)
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Old 06-23-2016, 06:47 PM   #7
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Yes, its at mountain winery! A favorite spot of mine ­čśÇ
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Glad I found this...actually just secured the same spoiler for my 4S... (wholly thread revival Batman)
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I'd been reading about this spoiler, I hope this doesn't come off the wrong way, but what's special about it?.. is there a functionality or design to it which is very different from the rest?
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I'd been reading about this spoiler, I hope this doesn't come off the wrong way, but what's special about it?.. is there a functionality or design to it which is very different from the rest?
IHO, The design helps offset the one area that some of us believe the Panamera lacks in styling- the rounded back area aound the hatch.

Personally, I think it looks great!

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Looks fantastic! Can you post a link on where to buy one?
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Prior Design makes a trick duck tail spoiler for Panno.
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IHO, The design helps offset the one area that some of us believe the Panamera lacks in styling- the rounded back area aound the hatch.

Personally, I think it looks great!

Cheers,
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Agreed, it makes the rear end IMO look sharper. I actually just got mine painted and installed and will post pictures soon

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Looks fantastic! Can you post a link on where to buy one?
You can find them posted on eBay or various sites by searching for "Panamera rear spoiler"
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Old 02-25-2017, 11:12 PM   #14
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Here is my spoiler.

I had my paint guy do a custom job on the spoiler, painting the side Basalt Black to match the car and the outside trip in gloss black as a contrast. Overall I LOVE the look of the car with the spoiler and feel that it completes the rear end of the car.

Negatives: When in deployed mode the the spoiler, the spoiler blocks the view out the rearview mirror, which is a bummer. However since typically its above 60 mph, the only person I'd be looking for in my rear view would be the resident police.

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