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      05-04-2010, 11:54 AM   #89
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I think this spoiler looks great on AW.
sick set up!
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Still up in the air. From some angles (side) it looks great. I like the look of replacement trunks from the rear a lot better...Decisions
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      05-04-2010, 03:15 PM   #92
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Would love to see your car in person sometime. The spoiler looks wicked and I love your wheels.
Thanks!
Would love to hook up with you sometime so you can see my car in person and I can hear your sick exhaust. Will you be going to the BBQ this weekend?? Btw, my wheels are for sale if interested. I'll make you a deal you can't refuse!

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      05-04-2010, 09:42 PM   #93
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As promised....
I think this spoiler looks great on AW.
Looks amazing. I'm going to order one now. Did you use tape or the adhesive BTW?

Thanks for sharing those great pics
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      05-05-2010, 10:46 AM   #94
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Looks amazing. I'm going to order one now. Did you use tape or the adhesive BTW?

Thanks for sharing those great pics
We just held it on w/ no adhesive. BMW recommends the betalink...but I think some of the guys are having good results w/ tape.


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      05-05-2010, 01:02 PM   #95
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Looks amazing. I'm going to order one now. Did you use tape or the adhesive BTW?

Thanks for sharing those great pics
I actually went ahead and used some of both. A little tape and a little beta link. Specifically, I used beta link on the ends and some throughout rest of spoiler(wherever I left a gap without tape). When using tape, be sure to put the tape all the way out to the edge of the spoiler, not just in the grooves(this applies to the side of spoiler sitting on top of trunk). For the part of the spoiler that makes contact with the lip of the trunk, you'll need to follow the groove, as there is only a small strip of where you can actually apply the tape. If you are going to use beta link, be extra careful and make sure to clean any smudges or smears ASAP.
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      05-06-2010, 06:27 AM   #96
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We used the BMW Betalink adhesive.

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I installed the CF splitters on monday. They look great, and immediately I knew that the CF spoiler would be the next mod for me. Question I have is how does one remove the original spoiler and adhesive. Also, for those who used 3M tape, did you use the adhesive promoter prior to applying the tape? Thanks.
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ZCP rear spoiler on SSII

Ok, so I got my ZCP spoiler from Tischer today

Did the install with 3M doublesided tape, prepped the surface with Betalink cleaner and used an X-acto knife to cut the doublesided tape so it would fit perfectly around the bottom of the spoiler to try to get as clean as an install as possible.

Here are some pictures I took before the sun went down, it was a little dark so the pics are not the best but it will give you guys an idea of what this looks like on the car.

BTW, thanks to Jason at Tischer, great price and great service as usual
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why would it be 2x2 zcp spoiler and the roof would be 1x1? doesnt that look bad... thats the only reason why im contemplating buying one.
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Would love to hook up with you sometime so you can see my car in person and I can hear your sick exhaust. Will you be going to the BBQ this weekend?? Btw, my wheels are for sale if interested. I'll make you a deal you can't refuse!


Thanks dude.
Just missed you today. You were leaving as I arrived. Did get to see Moog's car again and it looks incredible. Need that spoiler. Did you install yours?
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      05-09-2010, 02:59 PM   #101
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i just used 3m tape on my install and it's SOLID.
can you tell me please what type of 3m you used as there are quite a few different ones and i would prefer to use one that i know works thanks
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      05-09-2010, 03:24 PM   #102
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can you tell me please what type of 3m you used as there are quite a few different ones and i would prefer to use one that i know works thanks
a few people have asked over PM or email. here's what i used:
The part # appears to be 03614. It's called "Super Strength Molding Tape".
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3M Super Strength molding tape: 03614, 1/2" X 180"
This is what I used and I believe the moog did also.

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can you tell me please what type of 3m you used as there are quite a few different ones and i would prefer to use one that i know works thanks
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The part # appears to be 03614. It's called "Super Strength Molding Tape".
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As promised....
I think this spoiler looks great on AW.
Thanks for the pics. It looks awesome. BTW, what size tires you running on the G2's? Are they 19"? Any rubbing issues?

My G2's should be here within the next week! I was planning on 265/30 front and 295/30 rears
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      05-10-2010, 12:09 PM   #107
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Just missed you today. You were leaving as I arrived. Did get to see Moog's car again and it looks incredible. Need that spoiler. Did you install yours?
I heard....I didn't even get to hear the sweet "sound of freedom"!!! Maybe if it's nice again this weekend, we can do a little mini meet.

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Thanks for the pics. It looks awesome. BTW, what size tires you running on the G2's? Are they 19"? Any rubbing issues?

My G2's should be here within the next week! I was planning on 265/30 front and 295/30 rears
A little OT buut, I'm running F:265/35/19 and R:285/35/19. Yes, they are 19's and no rubbing issues, but it's super close. If I had the chance, I'd probably run 255/35's in the front. Running 295/30 in the rear and 265/30 in the front should be just fine tho . For more info, pm me.
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      05-11-2010, 03:45 AM   #108
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Is this spoiler made in both 1x1 and 2x2 weave? I've seen both weaves on the "ZCP" spoilers. Can anyone confirm if it's the smaller 1x1 or the larger 2x2 or if my eyes are playing tricks on me.
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^ its 2x2..
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Just a note as we've been getting a ton of questions regarding these (and the other cf components), they're 1x1 weave - and are outstanding quality!!!
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