1st April 2007, 23:16
Member, P500 Sport, DSC off (>900)
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Colleyville, TX
M5, Indy Red
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I'm removing my decklid spoiler today
Its a beautifull afternoon, I've decided to get an ACS deckilid spoiler so I'm taking on my lastest DIY project. Leaving the car out in the sun the surface is heating up nicely. Next dental floss. Waxed (not minted or cinamon flavor). Its going OK, but I keep on breaking it. I'm halfway through and if I wedge something under one end it gives it a little upward pressure and makes flossing a little easier.
Now I see that underneath there's a strip of adhesive. How do I get that off?? Acetone? Grip solvent (golf analogy)? You guys have any advice or should I just wait and have a body shop do it?
2006 Indy Red/Blk/Alum loaded,
H&R springs w spacers, 167(M6) wheels,
Dinan 3.91, Evo Pulley
CF grills, CF vents, ACS Spoiler
Vorsteiner CF Vented Hood, CF lower steering wheel