Stand out with this incredible Fortune Flares Forged/Carbon Fiber Rear Wing for all Mazda & Ford. Years: (2004 - Present)
- 2004-2009 Mazda 3 / Mazdaspeed 3 Hatchback
- 2010-2013 Mazda 3 / Mazdaspeed 3 Hatchback
- 2014-2018 Mazda 3 Hatchback
- 2019+ Mazda 3 Hatchback
- 2012-2014 Ford Focus ST Hatchback
- 2015-2018 Ford Focus ST / RS Hatchback
- 2012-2018 Ford Fiesta ST Hatchback
Introducing our new Fortune 56 Carbon Aero Wing: designed to compliment the body lines on many of today's hot hatches.
Each Fortune 56 Carbon Aero Wing consists of the following pieces:
- 1 x 56 Inch Carbon Aero Wing
- 2 x 3D Aero Wing Stands (FRP)
Note that products are not typically kept in stock, and are made-to-order with normal production lead times of about 8 weeks.
Please read our terms and conditions before purchasing.
CFRP - Carbon Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer is clear coated, UV-lacquered version of our product with the entirety of the exterior in Carbon Fiber with the underside of the item in FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer). It is intended to direct bolt on these products without any additional paint and/or bodywork.
FCFRP - Forged Carbon Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer is clear coated, UV lacquered version of our product with the entirety of the exterior in Forged Carbon Fiber with the underside of the item in FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer). It is intended to direct bolt on these products without any additional paint and/or bodywork.
Our products are made using the best production techniques and high-quality materials, allowing for easy prep and excellent fitment.
Professional installation by an experienced aftermarket aerodynamic installer is highly recommended on all products, the level of difficulty for installation varies for each application, and is dependent on the experience of the installer.
Please note, for widebody kits you will typically need to cut front arches; and cut, weld and seal rear quarter panels to properly install the kit to allow wider wheels.
The flares can be attached via silicone/epoxy; or bolted on using proper hardware.