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defyenz
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defyenz Dec 28, 12:19pm - #74091 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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rear spoiler

i have a 03 gt and i wanted to take off the stock spoiler to put another one on. do i just pry off the plastic thing under the trunk lid or do i have to unscrew the two bolts on the side of the trunk. i couldn't find any other screws. thanks.

also, i'm installing my AEM CAI and coilovers on thursday. some friends are doing it and i was wondering how should i measure a 1.5 drop both front and back so that i keep the slant of the car?

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VSGTS14 Dec 28, 3:50pm - #74092 

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you need to unscrew the screw that is holding on the small inlet handle on the plastic. Then, that entire piece is clipped on, so just get something under a side and pull it loose. Once you get one side, it's easy to get the rest. Don't worry you won't break anything. thumbsup

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Caleb
Speed4TheNeed Dec 28, 6:24pm - #74093 

Caleb
2000 Toyota Celica

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spoiler removal

you will find a simple explanation, scroll down a little further and you will see a post by "satoshi" listing a link. although the langauge is in japanese, there are plenty pics and they should help thumbsup
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defyenz
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defyenz Dec 29, 2:40am - #74094 

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thanks a lot guys

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