[VIDEO] C8.R-Style Rear Wings Now Available from Aerolarri and Victor Racing

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[VIDEO] C8.R-Style Rear Wings Now Available from Aerolarri and Victor Racing

Photo Credit: Aerolarri.com


Calling all track rats, Corvette Racing fans, and folks who missed out on the 5ZZ and 5ZU high-wing spoilers, your friendly neighborhood Corvette Bloggers have found the ultimate modification for you!

Aerolarri and Victor Racing proudly presents the C8.R Style Carbon Fiber Wing for eighth-generation Corvettes. The beautiful, exposed carbon park bench sits atop two angled struts that will be immediately familiar to anyone who has been following Jake’s current hot streak. The static wing is adjustable for tilt and mounts directly to the rear deck. So, unlike C7 ZR1s with the ZTK package, access to the rear hatch is unobstructed. Track testing has been done up to 140 MPH to ensure rigidity.

C8.R-Style Rear Wings Now Available from Aerolarri and Victor Racing


The C8.R-Style wing is currently available exclusively through Aerolarri.com for $1,699, plus $149 shipping to the lower 48. Aerolarri is also an official partner of Victor Racing and the designer of the two available end cap styles. Wing customers can choose between C8.R-mimicking trapezoidal end caps or what they have dubbed the “SR-22” style that draws inspiration from the SR-71 Blackbird and F-22 Raptor jets. Both are finished in UV-resistant exposed carbon fiber and will be a $249 add-on after the wing has been on sale for 45 days. In the meantime, early adaptors will be rewarded for their wing purchase with a free set of their choice of end cap styles.

C8.R-Style Rear Wings Now Available from Aerolarri and Victor Racing


The first batch of C8.R-style wings ships the week of August 9th. Watch their video below and be sure to keep us posted if you pull the trigger on one of these (it’d look right at home on your new Stingray R!). We would love to learn more, but for now, color us intrigued!


Source:
Aerolarri.com

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5 COMMENTS

  1. And I thought the factory high wing was a little to much. Corvette team should of designed an active spoiler into the C8 (like the 720s). The C8 need to be more aero and less ricer.

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