APR GTC-300 Carbon Fiber Wing
With a span of 67 or 61 inches and a height of 13 inches, the GTC-300 is an adjustable wing that means serious business. The GTC-300 3D airfoil shape allows for optimal airflow that reduces drag yet supplies an effective amount of downforce. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis was performed on this APR wing to support validation of its aerodynamic design.
Supporting the airfoils of the wing are 10mm "aircraft grade" 6061 billet aluminum pedestals that come in a flat black powder coat finish.
- Types: Span of 67 or 61 inches and a height of 13 inches
- 10mm "aircraft grade" 6061 billet aluminum pedestals
- Flat black powder coat finish
- 08-15 Mitsubishi Evolution X
What's In The Box?
- Carbon Fiber Wing
APR is now offering Stek DYNOshield Paint Protection Film for our GTC-300 & GTC-500 Wings as an add-on option.
Adding PPF can help to maintain the high gloss finish of your new wing. With continued usage on and off track, your vehicle will see a variety of speeds, weather Conditions, and debris that may cause damage.
Adding paint protection film will help avoid any costly damage to your carbon fiber wing's surface and maintain the high gloss finish for a prolonged period during the lifetime of your wing.
We will be using Stek PPF (Paint Protection Films). Stek's proprietary topcoat combined with UV-resistant, anti-yellowing adhesives gives DYNOshield unique clarity and performance with extreme puncture resistance.
Stek DYNOshield PPF Features are listed Below.
- Glossy Finish
- 8 mils thick
- Hydrophobic (Advanced water repelling properties)
- Anti-Contamination (Easy to remove contaminants)
- Stain Resistant
- Self-Healing (by heat or hot water)
Maintenance of Stek DYNOshield can also be found on Stek’s site here.
Stek DYNOShield Paint Protection Film
Notice the line adjacent to the left side edge. That is the end of PPF film where it wraps around to the bottom of the airfoil.
Scratching the PPF to demonstrate possible damages
A scratched airfoil
The damage on the Paint Protection Film can self-heal by heat.
The damaged area is no longer visible after the self-healing process