Best No Drill Spoiler?

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Curious if anyone has any suggestions. I have a 16 GT PP with no holes in the trunk and I want to keep it that way.

It appears most eBay spoilers are 3M adhered and many sold by the major parts retailers are drill only or a combo of both.

I like the GT350 track pack, “H” style, Cervini’s stalker... moreso lower profile. Not looking to add a lot of drag with a duck-bill.

I’ve seen a few really nice carbon fiber eBay ones that have been posted on here. Quality seems good and it’s just enough to take away from the plainness of the rear.

Suggestions and pics welcome!





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Just be careful, you will be liable if it comes off into traffic, drastic temperature changes, maybe cleaning chemicals etc.. can slowly chip away at its resistance/bond.
or it could be fine.
 

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We make one that you might like. It's sold in satin black and is paintable. Also happens to come on the new Shelby GT-H, so we borrowed one of their photos. ;)
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The Steeda duck bill is a beaut. ..for a duckbill.
 

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We make one that you might like. It's sold in satin black and is paintable. Also happens to come on the new Shelby GT-H, so we borrowed one of their photos. ;)
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Where can this be found? Only see a duckbill option..
 
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We make one that you might like. It's sold in satin black and is paintable. Also happens to come on the new Shelby GT-H, so we borrowed one of their photos. ;)
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That is nice, thank you for posting that.
 
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We make one that you might like. It's sold in satin black and is paintable. Also happens to come on the new Shelby GT-H, so we borrowed one of their photos. ;)
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Is this the part number?

FR3Z-6344210-B2
 
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There is a reason why the Stock spoiler is bolted down and held down with 3m tape. I'd suggest you get one that is bolted down.
 
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There is a reason why the Stock spoiler is bolted down and held down with 3m tape. I'd suggest you get one that is bolted down.
I’d normally agree but where I live is warm to hot year round, so I don’t have concerns about the adhesive going through cold cycles and cracking and losing adhesion. I think for a simple and light spoiler it’s adequate with a good adhesive like 3M.

For anything more than a small lip or anything that only has minimal points of contact (think pedestal spoilers) I don’t think it’s a safe means of attachment.

Either way, I’m pretty OCD and the first sign of adhesion failure I’d pull it. I’m pretty adamant about not drilling the trunk.
 

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I've had the Ikon (Roush knock-off) for 3 seasons installed with high quality 3M tape without any issues. I have been checking it every 2 weeks when the car is on the road and it has not budged since I've installed it. I don't drive the car in the winter time, so it is not stressed by the hot-cold weather, but it has been solid since I've installed it.
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I have the same as above poster 3 years and has not moved.
 

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