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Bring out your ride's inner racecar with the help of a stylish and high-performance Spoiler. Spoilers are wing-shaped automotive add-ons that attach to your vehicle's front and rear ends. What these sleek components do is they increase the aerodynamic properties of your ride. They "spoil" the natural path of the air going over or under your vehicle, thereby reducing drag and improving your vehicle's high-speed maneuverability. Another advantage of using spoilers is that they also enhance your vehicle's fuel efficiency. High velocity air can weigh down your ride, causing your engine to use up more fuel. By bringing airflow away from your tires, spoilers boosts your ride's fuel economy-helping you save on fuel in the long run. Aesthetics-wise, these wing-shaped devices also bring something to the table. They can give your ride a customized look that's usually seen in high-end sports cars and pro-level racecars. So if you want to boost your vehicle's performance while giving your ride that sleek, racecar look, then you need a new Spoiler. Now, there are a lot of different types of spoilers on the market. Some of these spoilers are installed under your front bumper, others attach to your boot lid. You also have spoilers made from ABS plastic, fiberglass, silicon, and carbon. When choosing between these products, take the time to read the fine print. Spoilers from different brands usually have subtle differences that affect their effect on your ride's performance and aesthetics. Find out more about your options by visiting the Auto Parts Warehouse catalog now.
Don't Be Spoiled: Choose the Right Spoiler for Your Car
Spoilers are one of the largest and most popular product categories in the aftermarket parts industry. That's why it's so easy to get confused when choosing from thousands of different spoiler designs. Know which spoilers are best for your car and your driving needs, so you won't waste time and money on your next purchase.
How it Works
Used in motorsports starting back in the late 1950's, spoilers allowed race cars to reduce drag when they are moving at high speeds, giving them increased aerodynamic efficiency. These were soon adopted by major car manufacturers in an effort to improve fuel efficiency based on the notion that these vehicles would be more aerodynamic in the process. Nowadays, most spoilers are used more as stylish add-ons since racing spoilers would only start to improve your car's performance once you hit a speed of more than 70 MPH.
Size Doesn't Matter
A huge spoiler doesn't necessarily mean that your ride would go faster. Since most car spoilers are now designed as decorative accessories, it all boils down to simply making your vehicle look better. Be that as it may, there are aftermarket spoilers that are intended for racing applications, but you'll have to decide if you're after increased performance from your vehicle, or you'd just rather customize it for a sportier look. Most spoiler manufacturers provide a lot of technical information about their products, so you'll have an idea what benefits they'd be able to offer you.
Sporty Looks or Better Performance?
Prices for aftermarket spoilers vary based on material, size, and style. Decorative spoilers can go for as low as $100, but expect the price to go up when you're looking for performance racing products with high-end brands going as high as $1000. Regardless of your needs, make sure that you only buy spoilers that are made for your vehicle's specific make and model for a perfect fit. If you're feeling a little bit more adventurous, you may opt for spoilers that you can customize yourself. Most custom spoilers would come unpainted, so you can match them well with your ride's paint job. Installation is quite simple for most decorative spoilers, and a lot of these can be installed with minimal tools or modifications. But if you need high-end models, then you'll have to drill some mounting holes on your ride to fit them in place.
Get What You Need
When shopping for an aftermarket spoiler, we highly recommend that you only get products that will suit your needs. You wouldn't need a top-of-the-line racing spoiler, no matter how cool it would look on your ride, if you're just a casual driver. Likewise, you won't be getting any help from a cheap but stylish spoiler if you want to win a race this weekend. Once you've decided on what you need from an aftermarket spoiler, then you could narrow down your choices based on your budget and the look that you need to match your ride.
Install an Aftermarket Spoiler quickly and easily
Installing an aftermarket spoiler on your vehicle is a quick and easy way to give it a sportier look. If you have a stock spoiler mounted on your car, you can take it out effortlessly and replace it with a different design that you like. You won't need to hire a professional to remove or replace it for you, since all you'll need would be some basic tools and probably an hour of your time.
Difficulty level: Moderate
Tools that you'll need:
- Screwdriver set
- Ratchet set
- Tape measure
- Permanent marker
- Drill and drill bits
- Compatible aftermarket spoiler
Removing an Existing Spoiler
Step 1: We recommend that you park your vehicle in an open and well lit area so you have ample space to work with.
Step 2: Open the trunk of your car and locate the mounting bolts that connect to your spoiler underneath.
Step 3: Using a ratchet, carefully loosen all the bolts from their mounts so you could pull out your spoiler from the top of your trunk. For heavier spoilers, you might need someone to hold it for you while you loosen the bolts, so that it won't accidentally fall off.
Step 4: Clean the mounting holes with a rag and you should be ready to install your replacement spoiler.
Installing an Aftermarket Spoiler
Step 1: If your car's trunk doesn't have any existing mounting holes, then you'll have to drill some that will match the measurements of your aftermarket spoiler. Otherwise, you may skip this step and go directly to Step 5.
Step 2: Carefully place your aftermarket spoiler on top of your trunk and mark down the position of the bolts using a permanent marker. Make sure that the marks line up perfectly with your spoiler before you start drilling. You could also check the position of these marks using a tape measure.
Step 3: Slowly drill holes on the marks that you've made and make sure that you don't make them too big. You could start from a smaller drill bit and work your way to a larger hole until you've got one that will match the bolts from your spoiler.
Step 4: After you've drilled out your mounting holes, you should clear away any debris with a vacuum cleaner and then wipe the area clean with a piece of cloth. You will have to use a little bit of touch-up paint on the holes to help prevent any rusting before you install your spoiler.
Step 5: Mount your spoiler on top of your trunk by aligning the bolts into the mounting holes and tightening them up with a ratchet. You might need someone to help you out if you've got a heavy spoiler so that they'll hold it in place while you tighten the bolts. Make sure that it's secured in tight and you should be good to go.