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Ducktail

Silver234

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Hi. I love the ducktail look on the 991 and am seriously considering going for one. However, I'm confused about having to upgrade the front spoiler too! Is this an absolute requirement or is it optional? You can buy the ducktail on it's own anyway! Would welcome some advice about fitment rules. Thanks in advance.
 
They are designed to work together, but at keep your license speed I don't believe you will feel the difference.

Get the ducktail and then the front splitter for the 991 as found on the Carrera T etc. Part number 991505525011E0. These are £155 from an OPC or £200 online!

On my 997.2 I have the RPM (CSR) ducktail with the same front splitter which can be fixed to the 997 gen with a kit sold by a guy in the US.
 
CJZ119 said:
They are designed to work together, but at keep your license speed I don't believe you will feel the difference.

Get the ducktail and then the front splitter for the 991 as found on the Carrera T etc. Part number 991505525011E0. These are £155 from an OPC or £200 online!

On my 997.2 I have the RPM (CSR) ducktail with the same front splitter which can be fixed to the 997 gen with a kit sold by a guy in the US.

Wow Craig, thanks for a simple and perfect explanation. I'm very grateful 😊
 

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