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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-14-2012, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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Lookie What Showed Up Today... :)

this came via fedex today, and it looks great!





it's the OEM spoiler, painted the correct color, still in it's factory protection, with the OEM part number stamped on the bottom...



not bad for $55 shipped...

now, to get the drill bits and get this baby installed

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your car didn't come with a spoiler?
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He has a sedan and that is a coupe spoiler.


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actually, no my car didn't come with a spoiler...

and yes... it's a coupe spoiler, I like that one much better

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uh....its your car i guess lol
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i really wanted the high rise spoiler b4 but it only looks good if you the ss bumper. other wise it just looks too rice. and the high rise would juss look wrong on a 4-door.
good pick! post pics when its done.
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i really wanted the high rise spoiler b4 but it only looks good if you the ss bumper. other wise it just looks too rice. and the high rise would juss look wrong on a 4-door.
good pick! post pics when its done.
I agree, and the sedan spoiler just looks like a flat plank mounted to the trunklid,

this coupe spoiler extends further past the trunklid on the sides, and follows the body curves, it also sits up a bit higher than the sedan spoiler, and once I found out that the bolt holes were the same...it seemed silly to get the sedan one

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Memphis 16-MCH600 "Baby Belle" hybrid amplifier
MB quart Premium 6.5" componant/premium tweeters front
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Memphis PR-10" sub in factory sub box

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I agree, and the sedan spoiler just looks like a flat plank mounted to the trunklid,

this coupe spoiler extends further past the trunklid on the sides, and follows the body curves, it also sits up a bit higher than the sedan spoiler, and once I found out that the bolt holes were the same...it seemed silly to get the sedan one
Yea no. Coupe spoilers will not fit sedans. You need to drill holes since there not the same. Who ever told you that never listen to them again about anything cobalts.
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