Crazy or cool: Spoiler

  1. Cornercarver

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    I happen to like the look of carbon fiber. Hey, that spoiler would match the cf on my Si dash, right?
    But aesthetically, the stock spoiler on the SI looks just fine, and I have no plans to change it out...

    I can think of a whole lot of better mods to spend $ 680 on. You can too.
     
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    Well there are some people who spend $3k+ on wheel setups alone. So yeah I guess there’s cheaper routes to take
     
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    If you wanted a spoiler why not get the Si or CTR? A spoiler on an EX would just seem too much in my opinion. For me, if the car does not come out of the factory with a spoiler, don't put one on it. Plus, other than cosmetic, you will never go fast enough to benefit from the spoiler.
     
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    A huge wing is as out of place on a non performance Civic as it is on a Camry or an SUV.

    Save up and get an Si if you want a performance Civic- don't waste your money putting nonfunctional junk on a car that will never be quick on a track.
     
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    If a big spoiler is what makes you happy then go for it. But there are a few things to consider. This type of spoiler will have to be bolted down, so there will be holes made in the middle of your trunk. If you plan on selling it one day, this will lower the value. I went with the duckbill on mine because it’s small enough that it looks almost factory. So when I sell it one day I won’t have to worry about taking it off. I just dropped mine off at the paint shop today. Here is a pick of it just sitting on my trunkB69E2924-8544-495D-962B-B5313C02F17F.jpeg974A9BB5-DC13-4284-A419-F17E18511E9F.jpeg
     
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    #66 nothome17, Oct 21, 2019
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    It's a Civic, the forum will support it as long it's not a Camry lol:nixon:
     
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    You do you!!! If you like it screw what other people think, now here is my opinion it's not a good looking spoiler for a Civic sedan. Shop around, you may find something else.
     
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    I like it. And more importantly if you like it...that is all that matters.

    Most cars on the road are snooze fests. So anything that makes them more interesting is a plus in my book.
     
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