Yes... mounted to the TC3 rear bumper... with the bumper cut so only two pieces jut out for the attachment of the wing... the wing being 1/8" smaller than the total inner width of the rear tires. The only bad thing was, you had to cut out the rear bumper area of the body to get full effect of the lower wing... at higher speeds the wing spilled so much air into the back of the body, it actually slowed the car. Cutting out the back of the body (not allowed at some tracks) allowed the air to flow through, and meet the air spilling off of the rear wing mounted to the deck of the body. The car was really stable at high speeds... and adding side winglets to the upper and lower wings locked the car in on high speed sweepers. The best i ever had it work was mounting the lower wing to the bumper with aluminum buggy wing mounts... and using thick wing wire to mount to the upper wing... they were going through the wing mount areas on the body. This allowed all rear downforce from the wings to be transferred to the chassis, not the body. (looked similar to a wing setup on a full scale funny dragcar, but not as elaborate) This is something similar to what oval racers do with adding the rear wing to the rear motor pod, and not the body. As mentioned before... with the onset of indoor carpet racing... most high speed traction tricks on asphalt were no longer necessary, so i havent messed with it in quite a while.
...you better run like im booger flickin...