Installed the new notched spoiler.

Discussion in 'Challenger Exterior Modifications Forum' started by Swiftjr, Nov 25, 2022.

  1. Swiftjr

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    Installed the new notched spoiler today. With the exeption of putting the darn Challenger decal on crooked (glad I bought 2), it turned out great. I love how it's deep water blue from the front and blacked out from the back.


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    Nice. Is your blackout treatment unique? I haven't seen it before.
     
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    Run a Piece of Masking Tape as a Guide line to place it
     
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    Blacking out that area as you have is a good choice.
     
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    Years ago I plasti-dipped the lip and surround. Now with knifeless cutting string, most are vinyl.
    The LED lights are smoked which was awesome. It is SO MUCH better, IMO, then the red bar. It came out way better than I was expecting.
    Cheers!
     
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    When applying decals, spray the area with Windex first. Slide decal around to your content, press it and let it dry, occasionally pressing it flat. Remove paper from front whenever it suits you.