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Hello. I'm debating getting this spoiler for my 2017 GT, Lightning Blue. I did not get a spoiler from the factory, so there are currently no holes. I'm looking to get a black one, to match the wheels and tint. I came across two items which seem to be similar, but it looks like one is for '15-'22 which requires drilling and one for '15-'23 which uses tape. Anyone have experience with both in terms of installation? Or maybe just spoiler install in general with drilling vs. tape?

Drilling - https://www.americanmuscle.com/mmd-v-series-prepainted-rear-spoiler-1516.html
Tape - https://www.americanmuscle.com/mmd-mustang-v-series-rear-spoiler-pre-painted-427864.html

There are two "black" colors, from what I can tell, Shadow Black has metallic flakes. I know its probably personal preference, but any comments on which would look better on my Lightning Blue?

"Black - UA" ($120 drill vs $320 tape) - Drilled version is currently $103 shipped! Seems crazy cheap
"Shadow Black - G1" ($200 drill vs. $140 tape)
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IMHO get the bolt on and drill. Mine didn't have a spoiler and I added one, drilling can be scary but take your time, measure 2 or three times, drill small pilot holes and then open them up as needed. If they don't send you a template don't freak out, I didn't have one and I used the old school method of taping strips to the hole locations on the spoiler then placing the spoiler where I wanted it, then taping the strips down to the hood. Good luck in whatever you choose.
 

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....Drilled version is currently $103 shipped! Seems crazy cheap
I would proceed with caution, and have low expectations.
 

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Hello. I'm debating getting this spoiler for my 2017 GT, Lightning Blue. I did not get a spoiler from the factory, so there are currently no holes. I'm looking to get a black one, to match the wheels and tint. I came across two items which seem to be similar, but it looks like one is for '15-'22 which requires drilling and one for '15-'23 which uses tape. Anyone have experience with both in terms of installation? Or maybe just spoiler install in general with drilling vs. tape?

Drilling - https://www.americanmuscle.com/mmd-v-series-prepainted-rear-spoiler-1516.html
Tape - https://www.americanmuscle.com/mmd-mustang-v-series-rear-spoiler-pre-painted-427864.html

There are two "black" colors, from what I can tell, Shadow Black has metallic flakes. I know its probably personal preference, but any comments on which would look better on my Lightning Blue?

"Black - UA" ($120 drill vs $320 tape) - Drilled version is currently $103 shipped! Seems crazy cheap
"Shadow Black - G1" ($200 drill vs. $140 tape)
the "factory pp-1 rear spoiler" looks killer on a blue car with a black package...if you see one of the knock-offs,the fibreglass always looks wavy with bad paint!
 
 




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