Na Got a special from my dealer but there's not much to it - Centre area is just stuck onto existing perspex and the edges have two metal brackets that go around the tailgate edge and screw into two holes inside tailgate recess - will photograph fixing if you want
Was in the right place at the right time, my local dealer had ordered it in for their demo car but sold/transferred the car before it was fitted. I happened to enquire about a spoiler when my car was in for some warranty work and they by pure luck had this spoiler in stock and in my colour, it was offered for half the retail price fitted £125 - apparently they didnt want it hanging around, said it would become damaged in their store.
So how do you think it looks?
Hi Mark I agree, I originally spotted it on a nighthawk black civic and was not that impressed - see my posted photo in gallery under "Rear Spoiler", but when this one was offered up to my car in the workshop by the dealer and at this special price I had to go for it.
By the way do you live permanently in the Algarve - bet the aircon gets a thrashing!
See from your profile AppleMacs rate highly with you - ditto
Should be no problem fitting it yourself - will post photo of fixing brackets under the tailgate tomorrow.
And Mark I am still using my ageing PowerBook 15" G4 - due to upgrade to MacBook Pro, just waiting to see if any new annoucements at the WWDC next month. Do envy you living in the Algarve, maybe one day!
Two photo's showing tailgate spoiler edge fixing brackets from above and below.
I think the fixing holes are predrilled (if someone can confirm as I cant remember seeing the area before fitment).
The centre section of the spoiler is just bonded to existing perspex spoiler with double sided stickie tape/pads.
If thinking of DIY which I think is straight forward enough, just be aware that the gap between the bracket and the bodywork is tight,
dont go slamming the tailgate down until your sure their is clearance!
My dealer got it wrong and had to touch in a contact point.