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Old 04-01-2016, 02:08 PM
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Our newest piece for the Nissan 350Z Coupe (sorry vert guys) will change your look without breaking the bank.



Our Duckbill Spoiler has a built in tape line on its underside to make installation a breeze! Simply wipe down with an alcohol based solvent, let dry, apply AUTOMOTIVE GRADE double sided tape, and stick on to your vehicle. Want a more permanent, more secure way to install the part? We have two threaded inserts on each side for those who want to bolt the spoiler to their hatch.






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Old 04-01-2016, 04:44 PM
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I cannot wait for this to show up at my door
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Old 04-07-2016, 04:47 PM
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Just got the spoiler in. It looks great. In a couple weeks I will be having it molded into the hatch and then vinyl wrapping my car so I can keep updating with pictures if anybody is curious as to how it looks molded

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Old 04-25-2016, 01:18 PM
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Are you 100% sure this won't fit the roadster? It doesn't have any give to bend it to fit perhaps with a heatgun?

Anyone know if any duckbills for the roadster exist that are still being made?

That looks excellent btw Craig
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Old 04-25-2016, 04:34 PM
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Are you 100% sure this won't fit the roadster? It doesn't have any give to bend it to fit perhaps with a heatgun?

Anyone know if any duckbills for the roadster exist that are still being made?

That looks excellent btw Craig
Sucks it is taking this long but Im finally dropping it off thursday to have the spoiler molded.

If you are interested in seeing how flexible it is, you can PM me and I can do my best to show you how much movement it has
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The molding project has started. A close friend is the one doing the body work for me.

Off the bat, he was impressed with the fitment of the spoiler. It actually fits the hatch so well that you could move the spoiler up or down to adjust the aggressiveness of it and it still sat flush around the hatch.

He used the 2 threaded holes in the spoiler to mount that way as well as an adhesive (black stuff in the picture). And I opted to have the spoiler sit slightly aggressive (you can see it isn't going all the way to the rear of the hatch)


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Originally Posted by craig12895 View Post
The molding project has started. A close friend is the one doing the body work for me.

Off the bat, he was impressed with the fitment of the spoiler. It actually fits the hatch so well that you could move the spoiler up or down to adjust the aggressiveness of it and it still sat flush around the hatch.

He used the 2 threaded holes in the spoiler to mount that way as well as an adhesive (black stuff in the picture). And I opted to have the spoiler sit slightly aggressive (you can see it isn't going all the way to the rear of the hatch

Looking good!
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It should be finished up in the next couple of days



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Hopefully have pictures of this installed at some point this weekend

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No decent pictures yet but this spoiler has turned out to be everything I hoped it would. I would absolutely recommend anybody to get APT products.



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Old 05-20-2016, 11:25 AM
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Just... WOW.
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Looks great-- thanks for sharing this. Your products and those on https://www.vicrez.com share the same pix. Any relation?
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Damn, that actually looks good.
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