Dramatically improve rear-end grip at speed with our 300mm chord, swan neck wing. The wing and full aero kit were designed in CFD to greatly improve the vehicle's performance around the track.
The wing alone has the ability to dramatically reduce lap times. Through back-to-back testing, we saw a reduction of 2.5 seconds at Thunderhill and 3.3 seconds at Laguna Seca on a relatively stock GT4 at only 4 degrees angle of attack with one of our customers. The Verus GT4 swan neck wing installs like the OEM wing; with no permanent modifications to the car necessary.
Construction on the rear wing is the same as seen in high-end Motorsports; which is how the wing only weighs a mere 8 lbs.
The uprights are CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and were FEA analyzed to ensure strength was kept high while weight was minimized.
Note: 718 GT4 will not accept the supplied hatch stop. Currently working on a revised 718 unit. However, multiple customers have ran with the OEM hatch stop without issue.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Carbon Rear Wing, 300mm Swan Neck
Carbon Vented Endplate (2)
Billet Swan Neck Mount (2)
Billet Swan Neck Upright (2)
Billet Trunk Beauty Plate (2)
3M VHB Double-Sided Tape, Gurney Flap
Double-Sided Tape, Beauty Plate (2)
Double-Sided Tape, Upright Bolt Cover (2)
Hardware Kit, Includes All Hardware Necessary for Install
2x2 Twill, 3k, Pre-Preg Carbon Fiber
Carbon Inner Rib for Strength
Wing Itself Weighs in at Under 9 lbs
Machined 6061-T6 Aluminum Mounts and Uprights
Military Spec (NAS) Hardware On Wing
Bolts on like OEM
Double-Sided Tape Included for Beauty Plates and OE Components
CFD Optimized Airfoil
Highly Efficient (Great L/D)
15 Total Adjustment Angles (-1 to 14 degrees)
Lightweight and High Strength
Capable of Generating and Handling Over 700lbs of Downforce at 120MPH
Swan Neck Design for Improved Efficiency from the Wing Element
OEM Bolt-On Install
The Verus Engineering 300mm Rear Wing kit was specifically designed for the Porsche enthusiast who wants more rear-end downforce for track days. The airfoil profile was run through ANSYS Adjoint solver to improve its efficiency. Through this iterative improvement process, we were able to improve the wing profile's performance. The wing was specifically placed to improve performance and create a good aero balance with the rest of the Verus Engineering Ventus 2 kit. The Ventus 2 kit produces a significant increase in downforce generated vs. the factory car and will reduce lap times substantially.
Our CFD data and our real-world experimental data matched well with the rear wing. The wing hit all the major goals we set forth to achieve first in our CFD simulations and then with our real-world testing. The strong correlation between CFD data and real-world testing validates both our CFD analysis approach and the wing’s performance.