Posts Tagged ‘wing’

Aeromotions Set to Launch New Ultra Performance Wing for Ultra Performing GT-Rs

May 17, 2010 Comments off

Demand for tougher aero that can stand up to the challenge of faster and faster GT-Rs is growing it seems so the active downforce pioneers over at Aeromotions have stepped up to the plate. They’ve gone back and tweaked the carbon blade on their R2 line of static and active wings for added strength.

Not only that but they’ve also been doing their homework when it comes to mounting the new version of the R2 wing. It now will mount in the standard wing’s location and cover the standard wing’s mounting with the plate feet. While you will have to drill a new hole on each side to properly fit the wing, this hole will also be covered up by the OEM wing should you have the need to swap back. Very neat and way better than swapping out the entire trunk lid or something. The R2.TWO dynamic wing also gets updates to the control system to make it simpler to mount.

The static R2, even this tougher better version, will continue to sell for just $1,699, check out the Aeromotions website for more info, linked below…

Link: Aeromotions Website

Esprit Dry Carbon Wing for Nissan GT-R: Wing 052

April 19, 2010 Comments off

Esprit are well known for their past creative rear wing design for the Nissan GT-R – the GT Wing 262. You’ve seen it on the ‘blog before but for those who need a refresher you can see our photo gallery here. This week they released their latest update to their carbon parts catalog, the Wing 052 for the R35 GT-R.

Quite a striking design, one of these babies will set you back around 325,000 yen in Japan.

Link: Esprit Website (Japanese)

HKS Technical Factory Spoiler High Mount Kit for Nissan GT-R

August 19, 2009 Comments off


Here’s something creative for those after a little something more for their track GT-R without going to the extravagance of a full blown picnic bench GT wing. HKS TF have devised a pair of handy spoiler risers that lift the rear wing up that extra couple of inches. This allows you to get that extra downforce while utilising practically all your factory hardware and retain the center brake light.

Supplied in the kit are the two risers and a center pillar manufactured in FRP. Cost is 72,450 yen in Japan but you’ll likely need to have them painted to suit.

Link: HKS Technical Factory Website