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MP Concepts Ducktail Rear Spoiler; Gloss Black (05-09 Mustang)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: The MP Concepts Ducktail Spoiler shown here in gloss black will be a great choice for the '05 to '09 Mustang owners out there who are looking for a very affordable spoiler option that will deliver an aggressive appearance, along with that gloss black paint job and it is ready to install right out of the box. So, what you guys are looking at here, again, is one of the more affordable spoilers in the category and one that is also one of the most popular when we're talking about styling. Now, that is the ducktail.I would say this thing is second to only the GT500 option in terms of overall popularity. And, with that being said, I still think the ducktail is gonna offer a little bit more of an aggressive look due to a little bit more angle over that Shelby-styled spoiler, and just a little bit more rear-end presence.Sticking with features a little bit longer here, guys, and I think it really just boils down to the aggressive styling compared to a stock option or even compared to some of your other aftermarket options on the site. Now, another nice feature to talk about here with the MP option is that it is gonna feature that gloss black finish right out of the box, meaning it's ready to bolt up and go to your S197 with no annoying trips to the paint shop.Now, if you wanted a matte black option instead, there is something identical from MP on the site for a very similar price point. Or, if you wanted to go with something maybe a little bit more factory in appearance, wanted to go with a color-matched option, well, there's a company MMD, they're gonna offer a ducktail spoiler for the S197 that is color matched to your ride for right around 300 bucks.Moving into construction. And you're gonna find what is called a blow-molded ABS plastic build here, which in my experience will be equal parts lightweight and durable. Now, another nice plus with going with something like an ABS build as opposed to a fiberglass option is that that ABS plastic, over the years, is far less prone to cracking like a fiberglass option might.Wrapping up construction, again, we've talked about it already, but we have to mention it one more time. Again, you are getting a pretty nice gloss black paint job right out of the box for a very affordable price point. No orange peel or anything like that. It's a very uniform paint job and something that looks good, again, pretty much right out of the box here. Definitely would throw a coat of wax on this thing to help protect it from the sun over the years. But, all in all, pretty solid option in regards to build.Price point's also gonna be very appealing for the early S197 owners out there. Again, we've talked about this thing being super affordable on the site a few times throughout this video. Well, in that mid to high $100 range, you can see why this thing is going to be very appealing for those budget-minded S197 owners out there, as again, this is easily one of the more affordable options, ready to be installed options, that is, that you're gonna find here on the site.Speaking of the install, site's gonna call this one a middle-of-the-road two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, maybe a couple of hours or so to complete from start to finish. Now, if you do not currently have a spoiler installed on your S197, well, you will need to break out the drill. But on the other hand, if you already have a factory or maybe existing aftermarket spoiler on your ride, the ducktail should reuse the factory holes left in your deck lid by that stock spoiler. Regardless, what do you say we grab our toolbox, let's head out to the garage, and show you our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown?Man: The tools you'll need for this project are a power ratchet or similar ratchet, a 10-millimeter socket, a number 2 Phillips screwdriver, a clean, soft cloth, some rubbing alcohol, a razor blade or utility knife, and a soft pad to protect your finish.Hi, everyone. Today, we're installing a rear spoiler on our Mustang, so let's get started with the uninstall of the old one first. All right. To uninstall our original spoiler, there are four nuts, two on this side, two on this side. So, we're gonna take those off using our 10-millimeter socket. So, let's go ahead and get that done.Now, once you've got the four nuts removed, you wanna take one of your soft pry tools and just kinda wedge it in here. You don't really wanna pry, you just wanna wedge it in there to loosen up the tape that's already there. Now, once you've got the old spoiler removed, you want to use some sort of adhesive remover and some alcohol to clean this area to prepare it for the new spoiler.All right. Now that we're ready to install our new spoiler, first thing we want to do is get some rubbing alcohol in a clean cloth and just go around this whole area down here where it's gonna mount and make sure that there's no residue, or oils, or anything like that on there. So, you wanna go around this whole edge, and you'll see that there's a lip on the bottom of the spoiler. I also want to go around the mounting holes, make sure that those are clean because there's a couple of pads that go on there.Now, one thing that you may notice on this one is that there has been a slight design change from the manufacturer, and instead of having two holes on each side, we only have one now. So, that's a little bit less work for you, but it also means you're gonna have a couple of holes that you're gonna need to figure out how to cover up.So, now that we've got everything wiped down with the alcohol, we wanna take these rubber pads here with the holes in them, and they're just gonna be attached right around the mounting holes. So, remove the paper backing and just put them over the holes. Now that we've got that done, we can take the supplied 3M tape and run that around the edge of this lip on the inside of the lip. And that'll help stick it to the deck lid and hold it down along with the new screws.So, you will need a cutting device, such as a razor blade or a utility knife to trim the tape off once you get it applied. And you wanna go around the whole perimeter. Before you actually install this, peel back about an inch or two of the backing material, maybe use some painter's tape to tape it out of the way. That way, when you set it on the car, the whole thing is not going to be permanently attached, so you'll be having a chance to be able to move it around if need be. So, with that being said, let's go ahead and get this thing installed.All right. Now we're ready to put our new spoiler onto the deck lid using the supplied hardware, and you'll need a number 2 Phillips head screwdriver to put this in. Now, as I said earlier, the new design only has one hole, whereas we've got two holes on each side. So, the hole that we're gonna be using, if you've got your deck lid up is the top hole to put the hardware into. So, let's go ahead and get that done. All right. So, now that we've got one screw started on that side, we'll go to the other side. All right. And now we can tighten it down with our number 2 Phillips head screwdriver. And do the same thing on the other side.And that wraps up our review and install of the MP Concepts Ducktail Rear Spoiler in Gloss Black for the '05 to '09 Mustangs. Thanks for watching. And remember for all things Mustang, keep it right here at

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      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features & Specs

      • Ducktail Style Rear Spoiler
      • Classic Styling
      • Pre-painted Gloss Black Finish
      • Durable ABS Plastic Construction
      • Drilling May Be Required for Installation, See Details Below
      • Fits 2005-2009 Ford Mustang Models


      Classic Ducktail Styling. Complete the retro muscle car styling of your modern 2005-2009 Mustang with a MP Concepts Ducktail Spoiler for classic good looks. This Rear Ducktail Spoiler not only looks great, but arrives pre-painted gloss black straight out of the box!

      Superior Quality. Manufactured from blow molded acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material, this MP Concepts Rear Spoiler was made to OEM specifications for a perfect fit. ABS is an extremely strong material known for its light-weight, superior durability and impact resistance. Unlike some other rear wing options on the market, this Spoiler won't chip or crack like fiberglass and will last for many years to come.

      Drilling May Be Required. The MP Concepts Ducktail Rear Spoiler was specifically designed to reuse the existing holes left in the deck lid by the stock wing, if so equipped. The spoiler installs easily with a combination of hardware and 3M automotive bonding tape, a drilling template is included for those Mustangs not equipped with a factory installed wing.

      Application. This MP Concepts Ducktail Rear Spoiler; Gloss Black is designed to fit 2005-2009 Ford Mustang models.


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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Ducktail Spoiler
      • (2) Mounting Screws
      • (2) Washers
      • (4) Alcohol Prep Pads
      • Instructions

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