Exactly .. If this happens it's not the wing it's your struts are out of alignment ..It is adjustable, search back in this thread a few pages and you will see how. I had to move mine back a little bit as well. Easy to do, but do it otherwise each trip over 75 mph will take some paint with it
We discovered that the Porsche oem rear wing struts are not always aligned correctly after the car has been driven ..some move slightly out of alignment after time and some cars do not ..however they are adjustable if need be ..
If you take off the top part of the spoiler and look into the two holes at the end in the bottom part, there are two 13 mm nuts. These nuts have a washer attached that "spins" on it own. The nuts screw on to an 8mm stud and hold the lower half of the spoiler in place. The hole in the aluminum insert in the spoiler bottom half is13mm so with the stud at 8mm you have up to 5mm left, right, forward or back movement of the spoiler once it's all screwed screwed in place.
The 8mm stud also has a 4mm Allen key socket in the top and is threaded into the raising and lowering cylinder, so you can screw it in or out and that will raise or lower the spoiler.
Unfortunately you have to make a small adjustments, put it all together, try it, take it apart and keep making fine adjustments so you don't damage the paint when you close the hatchback. Once you're satisfied with the left, right ,up, down gaps between the spoiler, bodywork and hatchback lid when it's closed, you can take it apart one last time, tightened up everything and put the wing back on.
The adjustments are very subtle, but there is enough movement to make sure the wing doesn't touch the bodywork, hatchback or rub the paint.
Thanks ED !!!!
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