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    2002 WRX/STI spoiler

    I was just stumbling through eBay just thinking what mods I could do to my vehicle to make it "tasteful" and came across this ad for a STI rear spoiler already painted driving text you later sale.
    Wanted to know if anyone had any experience with this wing or ever considered this mod on a bugeye.

    Here's the link: http://bit.ly/135OqTd

    The vehicle is covered by a 3yr/ 30,000 Mile warranty even though I don't know how they will keep track.

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    1. You'll need to drill holes in your trunk. Lots and lots of holes.
    2. You'll need to replace the struts in your trunk with much stiffer struts otherwise you won't be able to open the trunk!

    Trunk swaps are common and much simpler. In many ways, much cheaper as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    1. You'll need to drill holes in your trunk. Lots and lots of holes.
    2. You'll need to replace the struts in your trunk with much stiffer struts otherwise you won't be able to open the trunk!

    Trunk swaps are common and much simpler. In many ways, much cheaper as well.
    I've been looking through the DIY section. I may consider it after I see how it looks on other models. I just don't want to rice out. FUNCTION>FORM

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