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If you're a fan of that Shelby Track Pack styling and you really dig the baller carbon fiber appearance, well, then the MMD GT350 Style Spoiler in Carbon will be an awesome choice for all 2015 and newer Mustangs. MMD's option here is constructed from real deal carbon fiber, which is then vacuum-formed and infused with resin before being finished off in a beautiful clear coat. So expect a very strong and lightweight build overall. Price point is going to land right around 500 bucks, and the installation is gonna go down one of two different ways. If you have a factory spoiler already installed, you're looking at a pretty straightforward job that requires no drilling whatsoever. On the other hand, if you do not have a factory spoiler or wing already attached, there will be some drilling involved. So because of that, the site's just gonna go middle of the road, two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter here, and call it a couple of hours to complete from start to finish as we'll demonstrate later in the video.Now, if you guys have been browsing a little bit, then chances are you already know that spoiler category is a large one, right? You got mild stuff like factory blade type spoilers all the way down the line to the gnarly GT350R stuff and really everything in between. Now, the option that we're talking about here today is, again, another factory-inspired part and one that I think is gonna live somewhere in the middle in regards to both overall size and styling impact. And, again, that is the GT350 Track Pack style that we're talking about today. So if you didn't know, Ford did release two versions of the non-R variant of the GT350. You get the Tech Pack and also the Track Pack. Now, the Tech Pack had a very basic and unassuming blade style spoiler, which, in my opinion, is almost too subtle for the mighty Shelby. Track Pack spoiler that we have here, on the other hand, fit the car perfectly and offered a good amount of aggressiveness, if you will, for a spoiler. Now, sure, it's not gonna be nearly as radical as that GT350R option, but let's be honest, that spoiler is gonna be a little much for most casual Mustang owners out there.Let's focus in on the Track Pack style spoiler a little bit more, and the first thing I do wanna mention is that this one is modeled specifically after the spoiler found on all 2015 through 2018 GT350s. That's because in 2019 Ford switched to the swing, as they call it, and kind of changed up the look of the Track Pack spoiler. But with the inspiration out of the way, let's talk about that real deal carbon fiber build here, and it is absolutely beautiful, but as you know, it does come with a higher price point.Now, for instance, if you do really dig the styling of this option, this pre-2019 Track Pack spoiler, but you wanted to save a lot of money, well, you can always consider a black option or even a pre-painted color-matched option here on the site from a company called SpeedForm. But that carbon, again, is vacuum-formed and resin-infused for strength before being finished off in a nice thick UV-resistant clear coat to prevent any fading on you over the years.Now, I do wanna point out the fact that this is legit carbon fiber here, guys. It's not some overlay or hydro dip or anything else. And as a result, the weave is very consistent, and it looks fantastic here under the lights in the shop. Let's get into the installation as promised earlier here, guys, with the carbon fiber option. And, again, it's gonna go down one of two different ways. If you have a factory spoiler installed or a different spoiler, there shouldn't be any drilling necessary. On the other hand, if you have a spoilerless or wingless deck lid, you will need to drill here, and you just have to keep that in mind when pulling the trigger. But to give you a better idea of how your install will go down, check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown right now.Tools I used for this installation include a cordless impact ratchet, 3/8 ratchet, 10-millimeter deep socket, panel removal tool, roller tape, and a couple of microfiber towels. All right. For the purposes of this video, guys, for our spoiler install, we're gonna be using our 2019 GT. It does have the factory blade spoiler still installed. Now, again, if you are doing this install on a spoilerless deck lid, there will be some drilling involved. But since we're not doing that here on this car, we're just gonna show you how to do the install using a factory deck lid spoiler such as this. So getting started, pop the trunk and then go ahead and locate the four 10-millimeter bolts.I do wanna mention a quick tip, guys. Since I am using a 10-millimeter deep socket on these nuts, and if you lose one of them, believe me, it really, really stinks, I like to do the tape trick, basically grab yourself a little piece of painters tape, any kind of tape really for that matter, and insert it in the end of your 10-millimeter deep socket, that way it kind of gives the nut a little something to snug up to, and it won't drop into your trunk lid. Believe me, I've been there. It's not fun. So this is a nice little tip to help prevent that.All right. With these two, I'm actually gonna go on with a traditional 3/8 ratchet. You have a little bit more room with your hands to get in there. And it also allows you to get a finger or two on the nut and catch it before dropping down. So we're gonna get the ratchet on there now and remove these final two nuts. With our four nuts removed, now we can gently close the trunk, and then we're gonna start focusing in on removing the factory spoiler. Now, just because we removed those four nuts doesn't mean this thing's gonna pop right off. In fact, if this is your first time removing your factory spoiler, this is the more difficult or challenging part because there is factory adhesive, the length of the spoiler. Now, ours has been off a couple of times here in the shop, so it's a little easier for us here in this video, but what you wanna do if you haven't removed yours for a first time, basically grab a blow dryer or heat gun on a low setting and gently warm this area up here to kind of get that adhesive a little loose, a little bit more workable. And at that point, you wanna grab a plastic panel removal tool. Whatever the case, you don't wanna use a flathead screwdriver or something metal that will inevitably scratch and dent your deck lid.So we have a panel removal tool here with a sharp edge, and what we're gonna do is work our way around the factory spoiler. Again, just trying to break the bond of that factory tape. You don't wanna do one of these and start prying up, because that's how you end up denting your factory trunk. Believe me, I've seen it. So, again, just take something plastic, something with a little bit of an edge to it. After you heat everything up, go ahead and work your way around the factory blade spoiler to gently break up the factory adhesive. So, again, we got our panel removal tool. We're going to insert, and, again, ours has been off a few times, but this is the idea. You just kind of wanna work your way around, breaking that bond on the factory spoiler. You can hear it kind of popping up as we go. And, again, I'm not prying. I'm not putting any pressure on the deck lid, because you will dent your factory trunk.This side feels good. All right. So we're gonna repeat the process on the other side of the spoiler. I'm gonna lay a little microfiber towel down, that way the panel removal tool can kind of ride on that so we're not scratching the trunk. And, again, we're doing the same thing. We're just inserting our panel removal tool, breaking that factory bond. Again, if this is your first time doing this, the tape is going to be a bit challenging. Don't get frustrated, just take your time and use that heat gun. All right. With all of our tape released, it should be good enough now to pull our factory blade spoiler off the factory trunk. And there's all of that adhesive that you need to break.All right. Now that we have our factory spoiler removed, we have our brand new MMD carbon option on the table, we got a couple of microfiber towels under there to help protect it, of course, and there are a few steps we need to take before we can transfer it over and put it on our car. First things first, they do include a couple of these foam disks to be used underneath the hardware, basically to protect the hardware from digging in too hard to the spoiler itself, and they also include some foam weather stripping, if you will, to prevent the spoiler from rattling on the deck lid. So we're gonna first install our little foam discs, then we'll show you that weather stripping next.Locate that hole in the center there. We'll do that for all four holes. All right. Next step, we're gonna take our foam weather stripping here, and we're just gonna remove the backing and kind of center it on the spoiler itself. I like to do little sections at a time so you can kind of work around the curvature of the spoiler. So get this as close to the edge but not obviously on the exposed carbon part. Now we're just gonna repeat the process for the bottom portion. And we're getting into about, I would say, a quarter of an inch from the actual edge of the spoiler itself.All right. Now with everything prepped, we can take our MMD carbon fiber spoiler back to our factory trunk. And this part is actually gonna be a little bit tricky depending on your situation. In fact, if you have a friend or relative around, it might not be a bad idea to grab them and have them help you hold the spoiler into place while you secure your hardware. The reason I say that is the MMD spoiler does not have any studs. We are installing new 10-millimeter bolts. So we're not gonna have anything holding the spoiler in place. So, again, if you have a buddy around, certainly would be helpful. If not, we'll show you how to do it single-handedly right now.All right. With our spoiler fully prepped, we have it resting on our trunk. And the next part can be a little bit tricky if you're by yourself, so if you have a friend or a relative around, not a bad idea to call them in, help you hold the spoiler in place while you locate your holes because there are no more studs now on the new spoiler. So you have to get holes located and then get a few bolts started to hold everything in place. So we've got our spoiler in. We're gonna go ahead and gently raise the trunk, and now we're gonna try to find and locate the holes as best as possible. It looks like I got one right here. So I'm gonna actually just take my 10-millimeter bolt and start one right now.You wanna make sure this thing is started before you take your hand away because you do not wanna drop that bolt down into your trunk. All right. We got one in place, and that should kind of hold everything in while we grab our next bolt. With one 10-millimeter bolt started, I'm gonna grab the second and do that in the middle here. I like to start with the middle bolts, that way at least you can kind of hold it in place and then work on your end bolts. I'm just kind of snug those guys up finger-tight for now. We'll come back and tighten them up with our socket once we have our two end bolts in place. With our two middle bolts in, now it's time to grab our tape trick and our 10-millimeter deep socket once again and go ahead and do our end locations right now, starting with our right-hand side.We have our tape trick done for our last time here. We're gonna get this guy started then go back and tighten up all of our 10-millimeter bolts with our ratchet. Now we're just gonna take our 10-millimeter deep socket and our 3/8 ratchet and tighten everything up. And with those four bolts tightened up, your installation is complete.Hey, guys, we hope you enjoyed this review and install of MMD'S Carbon Fiber Track Pack Spoiler, available for your 2015 and newer Mustang at home. And keep in mind, for more cool products and videos like this, keep it right here at americanmuscle.com.
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(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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