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willard

987 Boxster Spoiler removal

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Hello All, has anyone any information on how to remove the original spoiler on the 987 model Boxster S ?

I was toying with the idea of fitting the 987 "sportdesign" package to my S, but decided that I didn't like the "pretend" diffuser at the rear (since when did Porsche start producing "pretend" items?, oh, I forgot, since the central front air intake on the 987 S ! !)

But then, after an age of searching, I found this, which is a lot more stylish. Ok, so it's down to personal preference, but if Diamonds are a girl's best friend, I'm sure that Carbon Fibre must be man's. - dont tell the dog!

International links:

http://www.sportec.ch/page3682.html

http://www.sportec.ch/page3681.html

These items are available in the UK from the following link:

http://www.autops.co.uk

So if anyone can lead me through a step-by-step lesson in how to remove/refit the original rear spoiler, it may come in useful!

Thanks in anticipation!

DOH!! Sorry, NEWBIE! , re-posted in 987 section (tried to delete this, but wouldn't let me!), sorry again!

Edited by willard

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