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New from RPI! Pre-Painted ZR1 Rear Spoiler-$386.95 Painted+Shipped! All C6/Z06 Colors
ZR1 Style Rear Spoiler - Pre-Painted to match your C6/Z06
We are finished with your ZR1 style reproduction rear spoilers and have them in stock, ready to be painted! These are like the OEM pieces, made of ABS plastic and bolt in place just like the OEM ZR1 pieces.
*Identical reproduction of the real ZR1 spoiler
*Painted to match your body color
*Installs in under 30 minutes
The following colors are available:
Jet Stream Blue
Daytona Sunset Orange
Super Sonic Blue
Carbon Flash Metallic
Night Race Blue
We paint each spoiler in a climate controlled booth with dust eliminating fans, which results in a OEM quality spoiler and paint finish each time. This spoiler is identical in shape and size to the ZR1 factory spoiler. Please note: On Daytona Sunset Orange cars, please send us your fuel door cover with your order. GM has a few shades of Daytona Sunset Orange and we can match the color with your door.*
Please allow 7-10 business days from order to ship date.
We have these introductory priced at $429.95 and Corvette Forum member will save even more!
Forum Price: $386.95 with coupon code SS2007 at checkout. Price includes shipping.
How are they attached or can you provide an installation PDF?
The easy way to install:
1. Take out your OEM 3rd brake light/spoiler
2. Install the brake light into your new ZR1 style spoiler
3. Using lipstick or nail polish, mark each of the 3 outer bolts on each side.
4. Push your ZR1 style spoiler down into place by lining up the 4 center bolts with the holes already in your car from the factory.
5. Lift the spoiler up, the nail polish will mark exactly where you need to drill your new holes.