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rear wing facts wanted

my track only 2010 Exige has what i believe is a stock rear wing.

according to marketing blurb on this model ...... Big structural end plates further enhance the efficiency of the wing, enough to give 93 pounds of downforce at 100 mph. (see pic of white car when new)

from my limited aero knowledge, it is not mounted far enough back to usefully interface with the diffuser i have fitted, so i'm looking to do that by re-making the mountings and at the same time adding some reinforcements inside the luggage compartment to direct the downforce directly to the chassis

I note most other Exiges i have seen have a totally different rear wing which has 2 mounts going down thru the hatch lid

I would be delighted to hear from anyone with some facts on the rear wings.

thanks to all
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