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V-Style spoiler in Carbon Fiber (not oem lip spoiler!)

Old 02-14-2007, 12:28 AM
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Default V-Style spoiler in Carbon Fiber (not oem lip spoiler!)

Racing Solution is producing the V-style TR who? style spoiler in carbon fiber. I figured I'd post this up since it was just buried in the exclusive sales section. I have already ordered this spoiler and will post up pics when I get it. What do you guys think?


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This RS1 carbon fiber trunk spoiler sits flush with your trunk and gives your Scion tC a sporty look. The spoiler is made of fiberglass material wrapped in Grade A carbon fiber material.

The RS1 spoiler installs using double sided tape. The double sided tape is included. We recommend a body shop perform all installations.

In stock. Ships in 2-3 business days


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http://www.racingsolution.com/products/Scion/TC/1427/SciontCRS1Spoiler(CarbonFiber)
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I like the look a lot and am considering it but it's a bit pricey.
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lemme see this bad boy in CF, and ill scrap the kaminari wing idea for this!
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I love the v-style spoiler.
love to see it in CF!
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Let's see some pics of that bad boy!
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I like it, but I also like my OEM lip spoiler. I see it uses double sided tape. That means I'd have to get the holes filled from where the OEM was.
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PICS!!!!! But this looks pretty good.
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Originally Posted by XtC2006
I like it, but I also like my OEM lip spoiler. I see it uses double sided tape. That means I'd have to get the holes filled from where the OEM was.
nah the v spoiler will cover it.
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Originally Posted by davedavetC
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I like it, but I also like my OEM lip spoiler. I see it uses double sided tape. That means I'd have to get the holes filled from where the OEM was.
nah the v spoiler will cover it.
But what if water gets under it? Are the edges sealed like on the OEM?
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u could always use silicone on the underside of the wing to waterproof it its a more affordable solution to water
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Dave, does that really work?

I'm planning to get rid of my pedestal spoiler and I don't want
to take my car to a body shop to deal with the holes left
by the dealer when they installed it.

And you're talking about silicone from like, Home Depot right?

I plan on getting a V-style spoiler too so it's going to cover the holes
and the silicone I suppose.
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i dont see why not. silicone is used as a sealant. so if u use the double stick tape provided and then put a silicone seal on the underside (continuously) then i dont see any water gettin in.
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Why didn't I think of that in the first place...

Well, looks like I'll be selling my spoiler.

I'll let you guys know how that silicone/tape holds up.
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sounds good, good luck
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wasnt that put out by viniati?
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um i belive the regular version is. or this might be a slightly different version.... either way neither ORIGIONALLY created this design (IIRC TRF did)
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This bundled with the RS1 front lip in fiberglass would be sweet :D
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What a rip off. Go to Viniati website and you'll find an exact same spoiler for much cheaper, unless the link sells painted spoiler.
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Originally Posted by Noodle
What a rip off. Go to Viniati website and you'll find an exact same spoiler for much cheaper, unless the link sells painted spoiler.
from viniati's site: The spoiler is made with light weight composite material and surfaced in smooth gel coat.


from racingsolution: The spoiler is made of fiberglass material wrapped in Grade A carbon fiber material.


so the more expensive one is not entirely made of carbon fibre, just wrapped in it....


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No carbon fiber product out for the Scion's is made of 100% carbon fiber... it would be way too expensive..
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