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Deck lid spoiler

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Plinker said:
What is involved when changing from the regular Boss rear spoiler to the laguna seca rear spoiler,do the original holes need to be used or do you have to drill new ones.

First is getting the old spoiler off (4 nuts and some sticky tape)....takes a bit of work to do it cleanly. To install the Laguna Seca spoiler, you will need to drill 4 holes I believe.
I just finish to install mine ;D

Removing the old one is a pain. I used a fish line and a lot of alcohol so the tape doesn't stick again after you cut it.
Then you have to drill 4 new holes. And you use the 4 original one
If you bought the Ford one, it comes with a template to show you where you have to drill the new holes.

Have fun
jfolsom28 said:
Does the gt500 spoiler use the same holes as the stock one?
Yes it's a direct bolt on.

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