Chevy Camaro 1993-2002, Performance Rear Spoiler by RKSport®. Material: Fiberglass. Comes unpainted. Installation Type: Drilling. This low-profile Spoiler adds a subtle race car look to the back of the car. The unique design accentuates the fluid lines of the car while giving it a much more aggressive appearance. With its flawless fit and finish, this spoiler will be a proud addition to your car.
Notes: It Will Not Cover Factory RS Spoiler Hole and Will Not Work with the Factory SS or RS Wings.
- Race inspired design
- Unique combination of aerodynamics and style
- Custom designed for each application
- Made from High Quality Material
- Comes with the mounting hardware
- Backed by a solid warranty
- Made in USA
Ground Effects Packages and Body Kits are based on modifications made to race cars to make them more aerodynamic. On the race track, ground hugging spoilers, valances and side skirts reduce the amount of air going underneath a race car, creating downforce and improving traction. If you want to give your car race track looks, doesn't it make sense to buy body panels from a company with actual racing experience?
RKSport draws on years of racing success to custom design each part. They apply their extensive knowledge of aerodynamics to your car's classic lines to create panels that both improve and accentuate its style. Every part is designed to give your car that sleek, low profile look.
Each body panel is engineered for the specific vehicle. All parts are manufactured from the finest hand-laid fiberglass to provide superior strength and durability. Each fiberglass part is shipped in gelcoat gray, ready for prep and paint. All mounting hardware are included.
Before founding RKSport®, owner R. K. Smith had over a decade's worth of racing success, during which time he was named SCCA driver of the year and won National Championship titles. RKSport applies this vast experience to every product they design. But aerodynamics and speed aren't the only goal. RKSport skillfully blends aerodynamics with the attractive original lines of the car to produce a part that combines performance and style. In fact, they've been recognized by DaimlerChrysler and GM for Excellence in Design.