2019 GT Spoiler

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    I have a 2019 GT on order. I now prefer a rear spoiler that would be similar to my '70 Mach 1 which has two short pedestals and a blade with turned down ends. First off, is there one currently available like that? Second, does the factory blade interfere with mounting it or would it look odd if not? If this is true, how is the factory blade attached or can it be removed without paint damage? Lots of questions but too late to do a delete on the order. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Removing the factory spoiler will leave you with 4 holes, two in the middle and two on each side, if you don’t want something too aggressive and something similar you can try the 19 GTCS spoiler
     
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    Thanks for the info. I'm assuming by looking at it, that it's not going to fit in the existing holes so therefore body work. Also, only available from Ford?
     
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    If you have a spoiler it will, I had the factory spoiler and changed it to the pp1 and it covered the holes, if you’re trunk is spoilerless then you will have to drill the holes
     
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    It should come with the GT raised blade deck lid spoiler. Knowing nothing about the GTCS spoiler, is it only available through Ford or is there an aftermarket or I guess non-Ford made version?
     
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    You can purchase it from Ford or private seller. You can be patient and wait for someone here in the forums to sell it or try eBay
     
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    Thanks again, I'm in the learning phase!
     
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    For reference here is what it looks like when the spoiler is removed. This is what the Ecoboost and GT looks like when the decklid spoiler is removed. 1.jpg
     
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    Not trying to thread jack, but I recently snagged a low-mile take off 2019 PP1 spoiler. I've going to paint it to match - but my '17 V6 car has no spoiler and thus no holes. I've searched (maybe I missed it) and came up empty looking for a template I could use to drill the holes in the OEM locations in my trunk. Thanks for any help.
     
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    I have a template I can post later
     
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