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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 09-14-2009, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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Would this sedan unique wing fit on a coupe? Looks pretty cool IMO.

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No. I had it on my sedan. It would only fit you drilL the holes. But it does come with a trunk stencil so you can mark the holes

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So you could attach it to a coupe trunk or would there be issues with that?



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Wheels- 17" Tenzo RS5 Rims (Gunmetal), BFGoodrich G-Force Sport 225/45/17 tires
Exterior- Removed Side Moldings
Interior- Pioneer FH-P800BT, Pioneer 3-Way 6x9 Speakers, Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Kit

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u have to drill holes that's all
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Are these spoilers a little bit longer than the low rise coupe spoiler or are they about the same? BTW thanks for the info, has been helpful so far.



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Brakes- PowerSlot Rotors, Hawk HPS Brake Pads
Wheels- 17" Tenzo RS5 Rims (Gunmetal), BFGoodrich G-Force Sport 225/45/17 tires
Exterior- Removed Side Moldings
Interior- Pioneer FH-P800BT, Pioneer 3-Way 6x9 Speakers, Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Kit

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It looks like it stands higher than the SS coupe spoiler, I thought it would be a little bit lower...



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Suspension- FE5 SS/TC Springs, FE5 Control Arms, Koni Yellow Sport Shocks/Struts, DC Sports Strut Tower Brace
Brakes- PowerSlot Rotors, Hawk HPS Brake Pads
Wheels- 17" Tenzo RS5 Rims (Gunmetal), BFGoodrich G-Force Sport 225/45/17 tires
Exterior- Removed Side Moldings
Interior- Pioneer FH-P800BT, Pioneer 3-Way 6x9 Speakers, Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Kit

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i think it sits the same. height wise. the ss coupe spoiler doesnt have the tall legs but it has the side things that hold the center blade. theyre just as high

but there is one that looks exactly like that one but shorter. a member here has it. she has a white balt

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I don't really care for it.. If you do like that style, try going for a wing from an Ion redline. they look a lot alike



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^^ I wouldn't. the ion redline is pretty ricer looking imo. I dont like the ced one either though... Id go with one of the gm ones whether its the low rise or high rise
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