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When it comes to exterior upgrades, spoilers are definitely a love-it-or-hate-it item amongst car enthusiasts everywhere. In concept, a spoiler is meant to increase downforce when at high speeds, thus increasing stability and traction. That said, when it comes to driving in the real world rather than on the track, a spoiler is really all for show. Whether you're building a race car in your home garage or you just want to give your car a bit more character, these spoilers will do the trick.
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With all the attention the new Ford Focus RS is getting lately, we can't be surprised that Ford Performance released this spoiler that lets all 2012-2016 Focus owners add some big wing action to their hatchbacks. It's a pricey option, but coming directly from Ford, you can expect a higher level of quality and more accurate fitment than you'll ever get from cheaper aftermarket options.
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Designed as a factory replacement for the wing on the current-generation Subaru STI, the sole purpose of this spoiler is aesthetics. Much as carbon fiber is light, the difference between the weight of this and the current plastic spoiler on the STI will be nominal, but owners looking for that extra visual impact that comes with exposed carbon fiber weave will be happy with the result.
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Definitely on the more subtle side, these spoilers are meant to replicate what you would get if you'd ordered a spoiler straight from the factory. Thanks to their lightweight construction, they can be installed using 3M adhesive rather than having to drill holes in your trunk lid.
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Arguably the kings of the monster spoiler, Big Country Labs' Atmosphere Demolisher spoilers are the kind of thing that builders of over-the-top custom cars love. This universal kit will mount to just about anything, and will turn your bland ride into something that will grab attention everywhere you go.
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If you want a big wing on a budget, this industrial-looking slab of aluminum will do the job just fine. Dual adjustable fins allow for variable downforce control, and unlike similar-sized carbon-fiber options, this one won't snap off if one of your dim-witted buddies accidentally leans on it.
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On rare occasion, a new car will surface that just looks incomplete when the factory spoiler isn't installed. The Dodge Challenger is a prime example of this sad situation. Fortunately, Challenger owners who opted to go without can now add this finishing touch after the fact.
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Another sound offering from the boys at Big Country Labs, this mega-spoiler is designed to add some serious presence to the otherwise slim and svelte Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S.
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If you want a spoiler that really means business, this is it. Standing 10 inches off the trunk lid and manufactured from a carbon-fiber composite, this is the kind of thing you blow the bank on when serious competition is in order.
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NASCAR fans and other serious racing enthusiasts will know what they're looking at here, but many of you are probably scratching your head right now asking yourselves, "What the heck is a wicker bill?". Also known as a Gurney Flap (named after legendary race-car driver Dan Gurney, who invented it), the wicker bill is an additional high-angled lip that is added to a spoiler to improve its aerodynamic properties. There are a number of variations available out there for just about every make and model. This particular unit is designed to attach to the Camaro's factory spoiler, and has a range of adjustability for serious racetrack-focused performance.
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Of the wide range of spoilers and wings available, it's not often you come across one with as strange a mounting point as this particular example from Duraflex. This fiberglass-composite wing mounts to the rear face of the Subaru BRZ's trunk lid, which in concept will reduce air disturbances at higher speeds, though it's worth checking out the wind-tunnel test data to see the added benefit.
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Good-looking hatchback wings can be a bit tough to come by, but thankfully NGP Racing stocks a wide variety for every Volkswagen hatchback under the sun. This carbon-fiber option made to fit the new Golf R adds a touch of downforce without making the car look like it wishes it were an airplane.