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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 09-26-2010, 11:00 PM Thread Starter
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High Rise, Low Rise, or No Rise?

Okay first of all I know there are a million threads asking this question lol

I have a 2007 LS and lately I have been considering doing a little more to make my body look a little less stock in the near future (body kit, spoiler, etc). As of now I want to just keep it simple and go for a new look with a spoiler.
So should I just stick with my low-rise stock spoiler or should I go for a new look by rockin' the high rise...or neither...and just buy a wingless trunk???

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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 09-26-2010, 11:03 PM
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any pics of the back of your car?

probably stick with low rise though
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stick with the low rise, it flows much better with the LS body styling, plus it looks good on your car.

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Low rise until you have a body kit or lowering springs

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no rise

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Wingless!!!!

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Low rise, I love my low rise spoiler, Gives it a sporty look without being flashy.
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High rise ftw



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Stick with the low rise spoiler, tasteful and nice looking. The high rise is little too much for our cars IMO.



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