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944 spoiler delete?

If you delete the 944 rubber spoiler will it be like the 924 without a spoiler or is the spoiler a trim piece/seal piece that needs to be there?

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I asked this a while back, as I kind of like the no-spoiler look. There needs to be a replacement trim piece, otherwise it will look crappy and unfinished. You might be able to fab one, or grab a 924 hatch as it is a direct fit.
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Thats what I was thinking. So is the spoiler just trim or also a "seal"? I guess the underside is really the seal. thanks
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No its just trim. But if you pull the spoiler it will leave all the mount holes exposed and look like crap.
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Got it. Thanks guys.
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spoiler>nospoiler
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I agree scorp. Or maybe you would like the smaller spoiler that is on the 924s from 87. I have one of those i would be willing to sell
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Yeah, its a looks debate for me. Is there an obvious perfomance gain/loss?
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n aw, the nice 944 spoiler, fatty back with the PORSCHE ingraved in the rubber , its the ****.

no spoiler or the 951 spoilers look pretty fruity

http://www.944968.com/wing2_1.jpg

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Bold move towing your motorhome with a Corrado!
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I would think that you would only notice it missing in very high performance situations
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