Corvette Wings And Spoilers - Super Spoilers

Vette's Official Guide To Corvette Rear Wings And Spoilers

Christopher R. Phillip May 3, 2010 0 Comment(s)
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RKSport, Inc.
(951) 894-7883

Brief description: The RKSport C5 rear spoiler is the same design that created so much excitement in GM's clay stages of the C5. The spoiler is manufactured using hand-laminated fiberglass for superior strength and durability. The wing package is designed to fit around the factory third brake light.

The RKSport C6 rear spoiler was designed to create a new and dynamic look for your Corvette. The spoiler is manufactured using hand-laid carbon-fiber for superior strength and durability. The wing package is designed to fit around the factory third brake light and is also available in fiberglass.

Trademark features: Both of our Corvette rear spoilers install using 3M tape. There is no drilling needed.

Quote from company: "Our quality commitment starts with owner R.K. Smith, who won two World Challenge titles in a Corvette, in 1990 and 1992. RKSport is the 'Performance Styling Specialist.'"

SLP Performance Parts
(732) 349-2109

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Brief description: Enhance your '05-'10 C6 or '97-'04 C5 with a one-piece, tape-on rear spoiler from SLP Performance Parts. Designed to flow with the sleek lines of the body while not calling attention to themselves, our OE-look spoilers complement the already-great appearance of your Corvette.

Trademark features: Our spoilers are manufactured from a OEM-quality composite material that is unaffected by temperature, has superior durability and flexibility, and uses the same flexible material that GM uses to manufacture front and rear fascias. Our spoilers come ready for prep, prime, and paint with OEM-quality double-sided tape for an easy, tape-on installation. No drilling is required.

Quote from company: "SLP manufactures OEM-quality, one-piece, tape-on C5 and C6 spoilers that have subtle-yet-aggressive styling and require no drilling to install. Ask yourself, 'Do you really want to drill holes in your beloved Corvette?'"




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