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Old 07-02-2013, 09:33 PM   #1
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Delete or Paint Spoiler?

My 2010 Track Pack came spoiler delete and I loved the lines, but I also felt Kona Blue lent itself well to it. Now I'm Red Candy and aren't so certain it will look as good. My other option would be black the spoiler and hood vents. Can't decide and need help
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Old 07-02-2013, 10:21 PM   #3
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Trying to find a pic of the trunk on the Kona car for reference. Got lots of pics of the grill, none of the trunk it would seem
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Found one.. Last day I had the car
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IMO...I don't think the spoiler and vents would look in black on this color....just my opinion. But I do like the idea of the spoiler delete. I have NEVER used plastidip but many swear by it for testing....maybe you try spraying the spoiler or vents and see how you like it. I am just not sure on how this can effect the surface so I suggest talking to those that have done it.

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IMO...I don't think the spoiler and vents would look in black on this color....just my opinion. But I do like the idea of the spoiler delete. I have NEVER used plastidip but many swear by it for testing....maybe you try spraying the spoiler or vents and see how you like it. I am just not sure on how this can effect the surface so I suggest talking to those that have done it.

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I agree with you as well. I'm not sure that black would look good on the spoiler either with the red candy. It's tough. I get the appeal of Plasti-Dip, but it's not for me.
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I agree with you as well. I'm not sure that black would look good on the spoiler either with the red candy. It's tough. I get the appeal of Plasti-Dip, but it's not for me.
Plastidip is not for me either....but many love it...so more for them. Enjoy.
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Sharp looking car! I don't like the spoiler-less look on these cars. It makes them look unfinished. Not sure how a black spoiler would look either, but test it with black plasti dip to get an idea.
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