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You areofferding ona brand new, never installed OEM 2011 2012Dodge392 6.4L HEMIChallenger front lip spoiler.This spoilerwill fityour 2008-2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8, R/T or SXT.It not only includes the deep392OEM front spoiler but also includes integrated front wheel 'spats' as shown in photo above & we include the OEM factory left & right spat fillerpieces that are required for a perfect install.
Thisfactory Dodge 392 6.4L HEMI factory Front Lip spoiler is larger and more aerodynamic than the spoiler found on the 2008-2010 SRT8 Challenger & the stock SRT8 version was already larger than the R/T orSEChallenger spoiler.
This spoiler will fit all 2008-2012 Dodge Challengers utilizing existing mounting points andreusing your mounting hardware but will requiresomeslight modification on 2008 - 2010 models due to a very small change in the front bumper/fascia that Dodge made for 2011 (see note below)
note:on a recent 2010 Challenger SRT8 installation -all the SRT8 brake ducting matched up and fit correctly - the only issue was we needed to trim a little of this new spoiler off with a dremel (approx. 1/32") along the top where it meets the body under the lowergrille so all theexisting mounting holes would line up - not a huge modification and not visable once installed but just be aware going in that this is not a simple 'plug-n-play' installation.
also note:(in the words of one of our customers, his installation was on a 2008 Challenger R/T):
No modification to the spoiler was needed for fitment. The only thing that needs to be modified are the holes underneat the spoiler where the 7mm hex head screws hold it in place. It is a very simple fix. With the car either on a lift or jacked up, gently pull down on the rear lower edge of the spoiler and locate the mounting holes and drill new holes in the spoiler. You may even be able to use the old spoiler removed as a template. The wheel spats are not as widein the wheel wellso there is a small gap, however all mounting holes do line up other than the phillips head screw which is not used on the new installation. It is also helpful to know that you will need plastic rivets ( 6 ) and a plastic rivet gun. The hardest part of the entire installation is finding all the attachment points and how to release the spoiler from the front facia or bumper cover. Definately not a job for someone who does not have above average mechanical skills or good selection of tools. The end result though is fantastic, it really looks great !
& also note: this lower spoiler does not includebrake ducting found behind the spoiler on the392 HEMI Challengermodel, this ducting is available from us but is not required for install on a R/T or base model (email us for additional info on ducting).
Fit perfect, actually went on easier than described. Thank you.
2011 Dodge Challenger Front Lip Spoiler Mopar 392 HEMI (#360383459150)
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