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STi Trunk Lip Spoiler & Installation
Parts recieved from STi.
First I had to peel back the lining of the trunk so i would have access to the underside and so i can locate the brake light plug for testing
Brake light plug
Since i did this on my own, i had to wedge a brush between the drivers seat and the brake pedal. The brake light worked fine and i was able to move on.
This paper template had to be positioned perfectly so that spoiler would be straight. Unfortunatly all measurement details were in japanese, the only number that i had to work will was 200MM, which i'm assuming is supposed to be the distance from the edge of the trunk. That would be easy except for the fact that there was no straight edge or line to reference by. Time to tape.
Using some high-school math, i was able to tape out a perfect rectangle for refrence. I marked out the posision of the holes after i matched up the template. Time to drill.
After measuring and re-measuring about 50 times, i drilled the first holes using a 1/8" bit.
This was followed by stepping up the bit size until i could easily mock-fit the spoiler on the trunk. Holes were drilled for the 4 bolts, 2 plastic nubs, and brake wiring.(The plastic nubs were later removed and the holes were filled from the inside with plummers putty).
The matchup of the bolts and the holes.
I put a little dab of plummers putty on each bolt to prevent leaking(if it rains, etc).
The final product
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