UCW Rear Wing Kit - BMW M3 E90 (BLEMISH)


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    *The pictures provided above are not the blemished product. Blemish products have small defects on the surface finish or carbon but are structurally sound.*

    The UCW Rear Wing is a great addition to your BMW M3 to increase downforce significantly in the rear, increase confidence on track, and reduce lap times.  Designed to work on the factory trunk and handle the downforce well, the rear wing bolts on easily and improves performance this sports car can utilize on track.

    During the design process; we utilized in-house scan data.  This results in a product that features a near OEM fit and finish.

    The UCW Rear Wing is the perfect addition to the track goer who requires a large bump in rear downforce to balance out a significant front aero package.

    UCW Wings are assembled per order and will ship within 5 business days from receipt of order unless otherwise specified.


    • Rear Wing Element Assembly
    • Rear Wing Uprights, Machined Aluminum (2)
    • Rear Wing Trunk Mount, Sheet Steel (2)
    • Rear Wing Carbon Endplate (2)
    • Hardware Kit, Includes All Parts Necessary for a Seamless Install
      • Includes Drill Template






    Optimized Airfoil Using ANSYS Adjoint Solver

    Improved Efficiency (L/D)

    Increased Downforce

    Bolts to OEM Trunk

    Capable of Generating and Withstanding 500+lbs of Downforce

    Capable of Balancing Out Significant Front Aerodynamic Systems




    Carbon Fiber Rear Wing - 2x2 Twill Pre-preg carbon, Autoclave Cured, Automotive High-Gloss Clear

    Machined Billet Aluminum Uprights

    CNC Cut and Bent Trunk Mounts

    Stainless Hardware Throughout




    The Verus Engineering UCW Rear Wing was specifically designed for the automotive enthusiast who wants more rear-end downforce. The wing has the capability of operating and generating downforce from 0 to 15 degrees angle of attack.  This allows the wing to balance out a variety of front aerodynamic kits. 

    Our CFD data and our real-world experimental data match up quite well. 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.