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I used plastic trim tools and slowly pulled up on it. You could also use dental floss to cut through the double sided tape.
 

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If it is adhered on the same way as the emblems then I suggest leaving it in the sun or heat gun and then any type of string. I used some thick fishing lines for mine which was great because it didn't tear.
 

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but how to properly put the spoiler back after a full respray?

the thing is the spoiler has been detached for a while while the car was prepared/resprayed and it might have slightly become "more round" while being stored detached.

What shall one use as adhesive tape? The original bmw product under number 51710141495 is good?
Are there any complete DIYs to guide me through the hole process?
 

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My car was a "spoiler delete" car, and I felt it needed the spoiler to capture the true M5 look. I got a spoiler from Adam (Clemster) and put it on using 3M Super Strength Molding Tape. I bought the tape online, but subsequently discovered it is sold at Walmart. Incidentally, this tape is useful for all kinds of things, automotive and otherwise.

Bill
 
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