Nine Lives Racing - Tesla Model 3 Big Wang Kit

Nine Lives Racing - Tesla Model 3 Big Wang Kit

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Description

If you have seen a large GT3 wing at a track day in the last few years it is more than likely you were looking at a Nine Lives Racing Big Wang. Most widely known for their wing kits, 9LR also specializes in splitters, diffusers, and other aerodynamic parts to help you go faster.

The story of the Big Wang starts with a prototype sports car. Nine Lives Racing founder, Johnny Cichowski, noticed while working on the prototype car that their airfoil was producing massive amounts of downforce without killing top speed. He mounted the wing on his LS-powered Miata and this wing profile has taken the track world by storm ever since.

These extruded aluminum wings are developed, patented, and built for that prototype project. Nine Lives Racing takes the airfoil and makes it readily available to the public as a bolt-on part. Featuring a 15.2:1 lift-to-drag ratio it is the best wing in its class. Nothing else comes close.

  • Lightweight aluminum construction - just 0.2lbs per inch
  • Allowance for Gurney flaps for more downforce
  • Up to 15.2:1 lift-to-drag ratio
  • Includes 10"x8" end plates
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • American made
  • Covered by the 9LR wang guarantee

Optional Upgrades:

  • Gurney Flaps for instant downforce changes
  • Mega End-plates
  • CFD End-plates (Mega with drag-reduction)

Emotive Engineering is an authorized Nine Lives Racing Dealer. If you are interested in a product not listed on the website, please email us at hello@emotive.engineering. All Nine Lives Racing kits are built to order. We seek to always have a Model 3 Big Wang Kit in stock and ready to ship, but should we run out please allow an additional 3 weeks.

It is strongly recommened that you powder coat or vinyl wrap your wing. 9LR Wangs are shipped raw. While aluminum does not corrode in the same manner ferrous metals do, your wing will get uglier over time. That will bother both of us.

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