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Old 04-09-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
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Stillen Chin Spoiler

Installed my Chin Spoiler i got for Christmas today. Bought it from American Muscle. The factory one was all scraped up, this one will be in a few weeks
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Hey David

You need one of these:
>>Front End Parking Assist Sensor at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

That thing looks great and it will be a shame to hit a curb and mess it up.

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I thought stillen made nissan parts
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Looks good!
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Installed my Chin Spoiler i got for Christmas today. Bought it from American Muscle. The factory one was all scraped up, this one will be in a few weeks
Looks good.
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Old 04-10-2013, 06:54 AM   #6
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You need one of these:
>>Front End Parking Assist Sensor at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

That thing looks great and it will be a shame to hit a curb and mess it up.

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A wise investment for a nice looking lower lip.
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Those parking assist censors are great but they don't do anything for the steepness of driveways and speed humps. It's all in how you drive. I've got the boss splitter on my GT + lowered and I've done pretty good just by taking my time when entering/exiting steep driveways. It's all in the angle. It looks great OP, there's no reason why you can't keep it looking good! Good luck and take it slow.
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Looks good. I love mine. Though I should have asked the wife to help align it. She did help for round 2. I got the right side stuck and had to take it off and adjust the tape. You can see where the tape got jumbled if you get on your hands and knees. 😔. My wife said I'm just being OCD and says it looks fine. I'm just mad I goofed it up a little bit.
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Thanks everyone. I live in east Tennessee, so many hills. This chin spoiler clears my ramps better than the factory chin spoiler. If it clears the exits to my bank and the post office where i live, it should be fine
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Going through the tunnel at Daytona

When going into the infield at Daytona I have to go around to gate 70 in back of the track to get in. My car scrapes enough in the tunnel to worry me. I only went that way once and never again. I looked after the scraping incident but had no visible sign of anything but I sure hated that sound. When I go into or out of my bank's parking lot I have to go on an angel so as not to scrape. My Mustang is not lowered and I have 18 inch wheels. I can just imagine how you guy's with lowered car have to watch out for things.

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Installed my Chin Spoiler i got for Christmas today. Bought it from American Muscle. The factory one was all scraped up, this one will be in a few weeks
Looks great David! I hope you can keep that one in good shape for a while. Please let me know if you ever have any questions or need some assistance in the future!

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This mine love the look what do you thing? And fits well

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Old 04-13-2013, 10:50 PM   #13
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I dig it! My ride is mint except some scrapes on the factory spoiler if you can call it that. I'm considering past I dipping it to fix that. I've never used the stuff...but maybe if you plastidip this spoiler it can sort of protect it or just keep redoing it after scrapes lol
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Old 04-14-2013, 07:15 AM   #14
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I went to my bank yesterday to see if it scrapes. Something scraped but i think it was part of the factory chin spoiler and not the new Stillen chin spoiler. I couldn't see or feel any scrapes.

When you install the Stillen chin spoiler, you leave the factory chin spoiler on. The Stillen mounts a lot higher on the bumper and farther out to the front than the factory one.
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Looks nice. I wish we had more options like the '13+ guys have though.
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Installed my Chin Spoiler i got for Christmas today. Bought it from American Muscle. The factory one was all scraped up, this one will be in a few weeks
It looks great! Could you show me the link for thie chin spoiler? I did not find it in AM website
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It looks great! Could you show me the link for thie chin spoiler? I did not find it in AM website
Here it is: Stillen Mustang Chin Spoiler KB41522 (10-12 V6) - Free Shipping
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Oh, i understand. mine is 2013 model. never mind i can not find it. Thank you all the same!
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