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Hi everyone.

I think I settled on the GT350 I want to get but I have a question about the Wing/spoilers.

The stock tail lip (the little one) is that bolted on or just stuck on? I'm thinking of removing it putting the Track Pack wing (MAYBE the R replica) on but wondering if I will have to deal with holes or if they use the same hole mounting places.

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The base wing and the track pack wing are both attached in the same way. They use studs and nuts AND double sided tape. Fortunately, they use the same holes so it is an easy swap. The R wing uses the same holes on the outside of the decklid but doesn't use the canter holes. You will need to fill, cover or replace the decklid to make this swap look right.
 

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The base wing and the track pack wing are both attached in the same way. They use studs and nuts AND double sided tape. Fortunately, they use the same holes so it is an easy swap. The R wing uses the same holes on the outside of the decklid but doesn't use the canter holes. You will need to fill, cover or replace the decklid to make this swap look right.
Thanks! What I was happy to hear.
 

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I removed my 2017 Track Pack wing when I removed the tape stripes. It was a BEAR getting the stock adhesive removed, so take your time and tape all around the footprint of the base spoiler as the trunk lid can scratch/ding easily. Use heat as well. There are several You Tube vids on removing/adding Mustang rear spoilers, might want to check those out before you get started. Also, the plastic trunk latch cover tabs can break easily so I simply slipped the trunk lid matting around the plastic shroud so I didn't have to remove it. Good thing is the new Track Pack spoiler should come with the adhesive pre-installed, since I was re-using my stock spoiler I had to use 3M. Once reinstalled be sure and keep downward pressure on the outside edges of the spoiler so the adhesive sets and keeps the ends of the spoiler down - as the trunk lid has a slight curve and you don't want a gap there.

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By the way, welcome to the forum and post pics of your GT350 when you can...
 

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Hi everyone.

I think I settled on the GT350 I want to get but I have a question about the Wing/spoilers.

The stock tail lip (the little one) is that bolted on or just stuck on? I'm thinking of removing it putting the Track Pack wing (MAYBE the R replica) on but wondering if I will have to deal with holes or if they use the same hole mounting places.

Thanks.
When I asked a similar question I was told the a R rear spoiler should be paired with a R front spliter. They work together to provide the vehicle designed downforce. Hey it’s just money...

Good luck with your purchase, post pic when you can. What color? Throw us a bone, welcome to the site!
 

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An upgrade to the R spoiler will require you to drill 2 additional holes in each side of the trunk lid along with leaving 3 holes in the center section uncovered. The change is worth the work, if you go for that look.
 

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Jim T your correct. It’s mentioned in the 350 video that ford has on the entire design of the vehicle. It’s on YouTube.
 
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