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Updated on May 06, 2012
Adding the W201 Rieger rear window spoiler was very tricky. I heard I was supposed to receive clips to attach the window spoiler, but I didn't. There were a couple of ways I thought of attaching it.
1) molding window spoiler to edges of rear windshield, but removal would mess up the paint job.2) using a strong clear silicon adhesive and attached the edges to the glass.3) try to custom make some metal clips to anchor the window spoiler under the rear windshield mouldings.
I ended up using the clear silicon glue to attach it. The edges turned out kinda sloppy and it looked like a poor job. A couple days later I took it off.
I found these performance supersprint headers on Ebay for $200 shipped. The bolts matched up to the headers perfectly, but the flanges did not. A custom made flange was made at ESH Kailua (Exhaust Systems Hawai'i) to allow for the exhaust pipe to match up.
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just, finally got your car on cardomain and I found it!!!
Looks great, just get pictures after a nice car wash! Isn't having no cat illegal because of smog and possibility of fire coming out of the exhaust? Nice job brother! what color is that last one?
FIRST ONE! Hawaii!
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