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Re: Rear ROOF Spoiler (archive)

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Posted by 080///M3 on January 05, 2000 at 23:03:19:

In Reply to: Rear ROOF Spoiler posted by Joron on January 05, 2000 at 21:50:19:

I've got the ACSchnitzer one.. it's purely cosmetics only.. not functional. It attaches via glue.. you need to get the strong window sealant stuff.. You also need to cut away a large portion of the rear window seal (along the top where you're going to mount the roof spoiler). I think the part itself is pretty cheap.. but you have to get it painted which will run you anywhere from $150 to $300 depending on who you go to.. also, I would suggest professional installation.. you could screw up the back pretty bad (ie. leave gaps allowing air to leak in, not put strong enough glue or enough glue in general and have the thing fly off while you're driving at high speeds, etc, etc..).

johnny 080///M3

: Anyone have one? Best place to buy?
: How does it attach?
: I kind of like the look and am considering one from Bekkers
: by AC Schnitzer.
: Pros & Cons?
: Thanx
: 99 Estoril




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