(Brevard, NC) | June 7th, 2021
Great product for the 997.2. Fit and looks great!!!
(Kerrville, TX) | March 23rd, 2021
This should have been a standard feature on all Carreras. Very easy install and works to stabilize the car at higher speeds. Highly Recommended!!
(NJ shore) | December 16th, 2020
Porsche intelligently made a simple and easily replaceable air damn lip. Even after only 20k miles it’s had its share of scrapes and scars so time to buy a replacement for making things perfect.
This one is a piece of cake to replace and doesn’t require any tools. It takes all of ten minutes and done! Looks completely original and spiffy. Save the old one for trips or motoring events.
(Oklahoma) | December 4th, 2020
simple installation and looks great…would recommend this to everyone.
(Los Angeles, California) | September 12th, 2020
Buy it, looks amazing, direct replacement from the mini stock lip.
(ARKANSAS) | September 9th, 2020
This part is simple to install but it is not very durable and can come loose very easily. I have had it on my vehicle for about 2 weeks and it is already showing a good bit of wear and tear because it scrapes almost everything. Probably was not a good purchase for me.
(Burlingame, CA) | May 15th, 2020
If you drive a Porsche, you know that front splitters take some abuse and need to be replaced periodically. I just bought a replacement for my 2012 and realized how thoughtful Porsche was in designing this. It's not brittle like fiberglass or carbon fiber, it doesn't cost a fortune, and you don't even need any tools to install it. Check out my install video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5n1ZAxnPQY
(Alexandria VA) | February 22nd, 2017
Super easy to install, takes about 3 minutes. Looks so much better than the factory unit I wonder why Porsche didn't fit these as standard from the factory? A nice, inexpensive upgrade you will enjoy that you can install yourself.
(Providence Area, Rhode Island) | October 6th, 2016
This is a high-quality part that took no more than five minutes to install. I have a 2014 991 Carrera C2. With a firm tug (forward and downward) on either end, then clip-by-clip along its length, the stock spoiler lip was unclipped and pulled easily away. The Suncoast/Porsche PASM lip was then aligned, slid and snapped into position with no trouble at all. It's a perfectly seamless, snug fit that really improves the look of the base car. $200.00 well spent, I'd say.
| September 15th, 2016
Excellent - this is a bona fide Porsche part and it installed perfectly fine - you can find info on the internet to describe the installation and removal of the original standard Carrera spoiler lip. The old one has 2 screws on the side - the new one just clips on - no screw required - but make sure you don't break any clips on the installation - since then it can work loose and rattle - its looks great and helps with handling