Be very, very careful...the stuff I've seen from AP has been of very poor quality.GrayGoat said:
You're on your way to obtaining some decent ET's. Every 100lbs. is .10 second off your elapsed time6QTS11OZ said:Some are removing them because they are non-functional and some are removing them because they like the lip on the trunk lid that is hidden by the spoiler. I for one like the spoiler but I might remove it just to free up some more weight along with the skid plate (already gone), heavy ass stock exhaust manifolds (replaced with headers) and stock mufflers and intermediate pipe w/resonators (gone bye-bye too). I've probably only freed up about 60 pounds or so but any weight loss off this hefty swine is worth it.
:agree .... I was at a car show and was "lucky" enough to see one of the Arrowhead Stage 2 cars, all I have to say is I've seen cheap ass import body kits that looked better! I'm not out to piss anyone off, just stating facts, the front "chin" spoiler was held on by rivets and didn't line up at all. The rear fascia didn't match the lines of the car at all, and the hood didn't line up with the feners at all, it was horrible!Groucho said:Be very, very careful...the stuff I've seen from AP has been of very poor quality.
It's a shame, because I like the fact that it uses the stock holes.
This one, however, is very sexy...but it will involve getting your spoiler holes filled. From JHP in Oz.
To each his own. I like the look of the spoiler on the PBM GTO. That dorky comment might have something to do w/ your yellow color. :cheersGroucho said:The spoiler performs no function, yet makes up for that by looking absolutely dorky and cluttering nice sheetmetal lines.
Obviously a Pontiac idea.