Spoiler Depot

Spoiler Depot Rear Wing

[12/22/2003] Reviewed by: Jeff Farrell - jeff.farrell@sbcglobal.net

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.8 liter

Rear wing (not the lip spoiler)

I ordered this wing pre-painted to match my PT White 1994. Delivery was approx 1 week after placing the order, which I considered to be excellent. The paint job was very good indeed and the quality in general was excellent. Fitting took about 30 minutes start to finish. The instructions were good and I followed them without a problem. Others mention the trauma of inserting screw-in spikes into the spoiler to mark the trunk lid, but that went very smoothly, the holes lined up perfectly and the final look is what I hoped for.

An excellent product at a very good price.

Difficult to remove without leaving damage

Rear wing spoiler from Spoilerdepot.com

[7/20/2003] Reviewed by: Robert Binder - rmbinder@comcast.net

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

Rear wing spoiler painted by manufacturer to match your car's color

I was looking for a more "muscular" appearance for my miata, and thought that a rear spoiler would do the trick. I ordered from spoilerdepot.com because the price was decent (about $200 painted and delivered), and the reviews were good. I have had this on my car for a year now and love it. The color match was great, delivery was quick, and installation was easy. I used masking tape on the body of the car to serve as a template for lining up the spoiler -- installation took 45 minutes, including dragging my wife out of the house to ask her opinion on the position before I drilled the holes. I highly recommend this product and this company.

Difficult to remove without leaving damage

[2/13/2002] Reviewed by: Richard A. Kataoka - rkataoka@connectexpress.com

Applicable to: '99 + 1.8 liter

Wing type spoiler painted to match by Spoiler Depot.

I was expecting a template to locate the holes to be drilled in the trunk. Instead, it came with pointed screws to insert in the mounting brackets. Once you place the spoiler in the desired location, you measure and measure and measure. Mark the location with an eraseable marker until you are sure. Then put the points in the brackets, place on the trunk and push into the paint. This marks the location of the holes which I enlarged slightly with a center punch. Summon your courage and drill. I started with a 1/8 inch bit instead of the 1/4 inch per the instructions. I enlarged the holes just big enough for the mounting screws to fit thru. I dabbed some touchup paint inside the holes and mounted it up. Fit perfectly.

The paint match is accurate and it looks great. Way better than the lip spoiler but still tasteful. It took lots of courage but worked out great.

Difficult to remove without leaving damage

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