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This should allow you to build the Joest Porsche 962Cs as they raced at Daytona in 1992, as well as the #30 Joest Porsche 962C that raced at Sebring that same year. I'm also evaluating what other events this wing setup might have been used at. This assembly uses the short chord mainplane and flap from the 1991 Daytona winner (and used going as far back as 1989), but with a new endplate shape and coupled with the transverse beam, from which the tail lights mount (eliminating them from the body), mounted to the wing mount. Reasearch is on going!
Don't forget to get the 962C Short Tail and the Rear Tail Lights. I've designed the rear wing assembly such that the endplates are offset from the wing with a sprue, and you'll note three locating pins on the inboard face of the endplate, and three corresponding holes in the wing mainplane and flap. The sprues should be cut away, though take care in not clipping the locating pins. Also, I've made a hole that runs the entire span of the rear wing mainplane; the idea is to insert a 1/32" diameter brass rod (K&S Engineering--can be found on eBay) in order to insure long term span-wise stiffness. I'm uncertain how well the SLA rapid prototyping material will hold up and the brass rod shold reduce the possibility of any deflection.
This is designed around Tamiya's 1/24 scale Porsche 962C kit. The hole spacing on the wing assembly matches the locating pins on the gearbox case on Tamiya's kit.