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Street Wang V2 by 9Lives Racing (1990-2005)

Street Wang V2 by 9Lives Racing (1990-2005)

Regular price $549.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $549.00 USD
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Fits: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2004 MSM, 2005, 2005 MSM

Emissions: Emissions do not apply.

Shipping restrictions: None

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The price / performance / appearance trifecta! The same Wang element as found in the Big Wang kits, but mounted in a more modest yet functional street-friendly package. Unlike the Big Wang, the street wang is set to a fixed AOA (angle of attack) intended to zero out lift, so it is suitable to run with or without a front splitter. Some downforce adjustments can still be made by adding a gurney flap or a dual element (available at 9Lives Racing). If you have a racecar, we still recommend the Big Wang for its adjustability.

The 48" wang element comes powder-coated anthracite and is end-plate mounted between the uprights that mount to the body for maximum efficiency. The uprights are powder-coated black. The 0.125" thick uprights are thin enough to require minimal, if any, trimming of the trunk lid, yet are strong enough to hold the wing firmly in place.

The uprights share a bolt pattern with the Big Wang kit allowing for swapping from one to the other without drilling any extra holes in case your car changes roles.

Unlike Nine Lives and other vendors, if we show stock, they're physically in our building and will ship within a few days (typically the same or next day). We also have free domestic shipping from us, so no worries about shipping that big box across the country.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kile T.
Its a show-er not a grow-er!

Great little wing! Throughly enjoyed the ease of installation. Can be done with one person but would be easier with two people. The painted finish on the wing itself leaves something to be desired, it seemed to have been painted in a dusty room and has textured finish on the bottom. So that’s the only reason it’s not getting 5 stars. If you’re debating on getting the gurney flap, now is the time to purchase. It is easier to install now rather than later, as you would have to mostly disassemble one side to gain access to the groove.

In the FM live their NB trunk lid only needed a little modification. On my NA I did have to trim both sides of the trunk lid about a 1/16 +\- of an inch to close the trunk.