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11-28-2000, 02:32 AM
Drill & bolted-on... or just stuck onto the boot?<p>I understand that it's a no-cost delete option.<p>Thanks!<br>

D.A. 2001
11-28-2000, 03:14 AM

11-28-2000, 05:30 AM
Probably the same as with my 2001 Audi TT; <p>- Drill & bolted-on and with extra use of special glue/cement.<p>I am still interested in the influence on rear axle uplift/downforce when you leave the M3 bootlid spoiler.<p>Regards,<p>Michiel<br>

Mr. Grinch
11-28-2000, 06:32 AM
We should ask the M5 guys this one.<p>I'm going to rule out screws. This is more like a piece of body trim than a traditional spoiler. So I'm guessing adhesive and/or clips as used on body side moldings.<br>

Easy Rhino
11-28-2000, 12:04 PM
Yep, my Volvo's spoiler uses small clips that wrap around the edge of the trunk, and double-sided 3M tape. They almost certainly don't use anything that alters the trunk lid.<br>

11-28-2000, 12:14 PM
Indeed you could be right with the adhesive strip only. (The Audi TT spoiler is a big one compared to the M3's).<p>Regards,<p>Michiel

11-28-2000, 02:19 PM

Mr. Grinch
11-28-2000, 03:09 PM
Do you know any specs for the lift reduction or downforce at speed due to the M5 spoiler?<br>

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