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Old 07-08-2019, 08:57 AM
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Hello friends. I have placed a 7.1 GT3 RS wing on my 7.1 GT3, but I do not know if the tilt can be adjusted. I would like some indication or a DIY. I have searched here and I have only read that it has 12º variation margin, but nothing clear for me. Thank you.

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Old 07-08-2019, 07:35 PM
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Yes its adjustable. Loosen the 2 torx fasteners on each side, T40 and T45 if I recall correctly (not sure why they used different sizes side by side!)

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[font][font][QUOTE = matt33; 15960018] Sí, es ajustable. [/font][font]Afloje los 2 sujetadores torx de cada lado, T40 y T45 si recuerdo bien (¡no estoy seguro de por qué usaron diferentes tamaños de lado a lado!) [/font][/font]

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Thanks, i will try.
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Old 07-09-2019, 04:53 AM
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Thahyou, do you have a best picture?
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Here you can see the 2 black rubber gaskets on the inside of the upright. Remove those and adjust.

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Not to discourage you, but this is a very simple adjustment. If you're having difficulty with it I would try to find somebody local that can give you a and. The last thing you want is t lose a wing at speed!
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It is done. Thank you very much to all. Actually, I wanted to know if there was any predetermined position or some kind of wedge like there is in the 996 GT3. The process to move it has no difficulty.
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Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
It is done. Thank you very much to all. Actually, I wanted to know if there was any predetermined position or some kind of wedge like there is in the 996 GT3. The process to move it has no difficulty.
Which angle did you settle on?
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Approximately, 6.5º. I do not know what to expect, I'll be doing tests with care ...
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