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Old 08-16-2007, 06:49 PM
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E30 M3 evo spoiler on prelude....

I like the M3 spoiler on the E30 and was wondering if it could fit on the prelude, and if it did would it look right?

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here are a few pics:_
http://www.myevo.com/Alex_M3.jpg
http://www.mwerks.com/artman/uploads/features/m3_1.jpg
http://www.alloywheelsinternational....M3_spoiler.jpg

I think you get the point
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Old 08-16-2007, 07:39 PM
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im gonna take a guess and say no one else has done this, so you should be a pioneer and try it out for yourself and get abck to us
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Old 08-16-2007, 07:42 PM
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go for it!.. the back of the E30 is boxy and the back of our ludes are kinda boxy!.. go for it man!
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measure it first, make sure it doesn't hang over the sides or is too narrow. if the back ends of the cars are the same within and inch or so I'd say go for it!
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In my opinion a 3rd gen looks better without a spoiler. :) But I think that M3 spoiler would suit a 3rd gen, I don't know if I'd like it though.
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In my opinion a 3rd gen looks better without a spoiler. :) But I think that M3 spoiler would suit a 3rd gen, I don't know if I'd like it though.
Yeah I like the non spoiler look, but we were chatting abvout it the other day, to get the holes filled profesionally would cost to much (£300 is my cheapest quote)

Thanks for everything all i need to do is find a E30 and mesure its spoiler (without looking to dodgy)
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