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Rear trunk spoiler... changed it from en rouge style to M style with a personal touch. View attachment 109910
I like them both but for me I like the older style a bit better. What brand and where did you buy the older one? Was the fit good?
 
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I myself prefer the en Rouge style better, but I purchased it about 4 years ago and the seller no longer carries it. I would have rebought it.
I hope the new M Style grows on me...
The M style looks good. I notice that Vicrez carries something similar to the en Rouge style

 
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Yes, it's similar and only available in CF...need gloss black and don't want to paint it.
Difficult to find spoilers now that aren't carbon fiber...
Gotcha. Looks nice, none the less.
 
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Listen,,anyone that gets it IS DONE!!NO LOOKING BACK NO TAKING IT OFF EVER!! IT TRANSFORMS DRIVING..INJEN/PEDAL COMMANDER/BMS/ROARPEDAL/SPRINT BOOSTER/LAUNCHPAD AND MORE! THERE AREseveral threads talking about this-look em up...
All that yelling hurts my ears! But yeah, I have to get over the PITA installation (for the 12 pin connector) AND GET ONE!
 

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Oops double post!
 

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yeah, there is no good way to mount on the back, i did it mostly to protect he car itself, OEM ones do **** all
OEM don’t do much, eh?
 

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A shooting break is basically a cross between a two-door coupe and a station wagon. It originally was an English horse-drawn wagon used to transport hunters, their rifles and hunting gear. It was called a shooting "break" because the wagons were small enough to break in horses.

A classic shooting break: Volvo 1800 ES
How about the BMW Z3 coupe, aka, “clown shoe”?
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That particular lighting really highlights the cars’ lines and graphite shadow exterior!
 
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