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My son is strongly considering getting a Used 2015 Chevrolet Cruze LTZ with the RS Package. It seems to come standard with the rear lip spoiler, but a wing spoiler would make it look much better. Any thoughts on adding a wing spoiler in addition to the lip spoiler? I'm thinking they probably wouldn't look right together, and in that case any thoughts about removing a factory installed rear lip spoiler and replacing with a wing spoiler? My concern with that option is that the wing spoiler is just two posts elevating the spoiler so most (if not all) of the area where the lip spoiler was is not going to be covered, and I'm not sure how that area is going to look after removing the lip spoiler. I'm thinking a good dose of compound and wax could make it look like it was never there, but not sure.
 

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Just to follow up, I spoke to someone at a local car shop that does customizations, and he said he wouldn't recommend taking off a factory installed lip spoiler to install a wing spoiler. He said that if it was bolted then you'd have to fill in the holes and paint over it, and if it was held down with adhesive then the underneath may not be painted because the spoiler may have been installed before the factory paint job. So either way (bolted or taped) it would involve a lot more than simply removing the lip spoiler and installing another one.
 

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Just to follow up, I spoke to someone at a local car shop that does customizations, and he said he wouldn't recommend taking off a factory installed lip spoiler to install a wing spoiler. He said that if it was bolted then you'd have to fill in the holes and paint over it, and if it was held down with adhesive then the underneath may not be painted because the spoiler may have been installed before the factory paint job. So either way (bolted or taped) it would involve a lot more than simply removing the lip spoiler and installing another one.
Perfectly said!
 
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