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Gang; prior owner chose "spoiler delete".
I picked one up & had it painted anthracite (looks fab).

Question is; how does one determine it's proximity relative to "overhang" from that of the trunk lid's vertical surface?

Can anyone furnish a "side shot" of how the spoiler should be positioned? I'd prefer not to screw it up & be the laughing stock of my M5 bretheren! :biggrin: (thanks)
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This link should help:

http://members.cox.net/rsm540i/RrSpoilerPics.htm

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Gang; prior owner chose "spoiler delete".
I picked one up & had it painted anthracite (looks fab).

Question is; how does one determine it's proximity relative to "overhang" from that of the trunk lid's vertical surface?

Can anyone furnish a "side shot" of how the spoiler should be positioned? I'd prefer not to screw it up & be the laughing stock of my M5 bretheren! :biggrin: (thanks)
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You should contact FAST 5 he has a very very nice rear spoiler.

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I take you are going for the boring standard LIP spoiler...

not the wickedly super duper, bad boy, ACS one that I have - which leave two holes behind if I try to replace it!!! grrrrrrr

Try and get an original one as opposed to a replacement one, the look similar but not the same... original is the best I reckon...

Is that an Eisenmann exhaust?

heres my spoiler...

http://195.172.152.75/pics/mm/2.JPG

http://195.172.152.75/pics/mm/3.JPG

rgds

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