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      05-10-2010, 11:06 PM   #1
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Hey I just bought a OEM Spoiler for my E90 and I'm not exactly sure how to install it.

When I opened up the box I notice that there are screw holes underneath the spoiler, so does that mean I am to drill into my car to install the part?

I had it recommended to me to use M3 double sided tape to install the spoiler but my question there is about the spoiler flying off. I feel that the tape wouldn't been strong enough to hold the spoiler once the car reaches a certain speed or after "X" amount of time.

I also heard that some shops have this special types of glue they can use to hold the spoiler in place.

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go buy Betalink from the dealer, and read the DIY thread about installing the OEM spoiler
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3m will hold it if you prep it right, have to degrease/remove wax with dawn, wipe down with alcohol, apply tape to hot surface, a lot of pressure, leave in sun.

betalink is more permanent and can be messy if you don't watch what you are doing. comes with a cleaner/remover.
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shoulda done m3 spoiler lip
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3m will hold it if you prep it right, have to degrease/remove wax with dawn, wipe down with alcohol, apply tape to hot surface, a lot of pressure, leave in sun.

betalink is more permanent and can be messy if you don't watch what you are doing. comes with a cleaner/remover.
+1 double sided tape is all you need. just make sure you prep and apply correctly.
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I had it recommended to me to use M3 double sided tape to install the spoiler but my question there is about the spoiler flying off.
Never use M3 double-sided tape on a 330.
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Its 3M tape - not M3, which is obviously high performance tape!
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Never use M3 double-sided tape on a 330.
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+1 double sided tape is all you need. just make sure you prep and apply correctly.
no need for betalink, it will be too difficult to take off later
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