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SpeedForm Hellcat Style Rear Spoiler; Matte Black (08-22 Challenger)

Item CH5155-99
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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: If you're looking to emulate the same styling found on one of the baddest production cars of all time but without breaking the bank, well, in the SpeedForm Hellcat Style Spoiler here in Matte Black will be a must-have addition to your 2008 in your ride. Now, this particular spoiler will combine a durable yet lightweight ABS plastic for the build while also incorporating that pre-painted matte black finish that's gonna go along with just about any color Challenger there is. Now, price point is gonna hover in that low $200-range while the install itself will get a middle-of-the-road two-out-of-three wrenches on the difficulty meter and maybe taking a couple of hours or so to complete from start to finish.So, in my humble opinion, gang, this is gonna be one of the best-looking spoilers out there for the Challenger as it just balances the right amount of aggressiveness but still maintaining that OE feel. Now, that OE feel or inspiration, rather, it's pretty obvious, right? This is gonna be modeled after the Charger Hellcat Factory Spoiler and has been molded to fit the rear of the Challenger perfectly. Now, the SpeedForm option does feature a lot of the same styling cues such as the subtle rake, kind of coming off the trunk lid, along with the detail here towards the middle, which I feel gives this option a little bit more character.Now, speaking of which, materials are gonna be pretty standard here in the land of spoilers and that is a pressure-molded ABS plastic for the overall construction before being finished off in a matte black color here, which, again, I think will offer a nice color contrast to any color Challenger out there. Or if you'd like, you can always have this thing prepped and painted to match your ride as well. That's totally up to you. Now, if you haven't done so already, feel free to read up on the numerous four and five-star reviews along with checking out a bunch of the customer-submitted images back on the product page at if you haven't already done so.A couple of quick things to point out here, guys. SpeedForm states that this spoiler is not compatible with cars equipped with a factory backup camera. So, just keep that in mind before pulling the trigger. Also, the OE option here will mount using the existing holes left by your factory spoiler. However, if you don't have a factory spoiler installed, well, then, obviously, you will need to break out the drill. But to give you a better idea of just how the install will go down on your ride at home, check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown now.Man: The tools used for this install are a drill, 1530 seconds drill bit, a ratchet, 10-millimeter socket, needle-nose pliers, a Phillips head screwdriver, a plastic trim tool, and some painters tape. So, for this install, we are going to have to remove our factory spoiler. If yours is not equipped with a factory spoiler, there's a little bit more drilling involved than this one.We do still have to drill even if we have a factory spoiler installed on our vehicle, but I'm gonna show you every step of the process to get this onto your car. So, let's get started. Because I am removing my factory spoiler from the car, I'm gonna actually be underneath the trunk lid. And there is a small nut cover on either side of the trunk lid that's covering up a stud with a 10-millimeter nut. I'm gonna just take my 10-millimeter socket and my ratchet, and I'm gonna remove the one on this side and the other side as well.Now, that I have the nuts removed for my factory spoiler, I can start working my way around the perimeter of the spoiler and pulling up on it. Now, there might be some double-stick tape. And a plastic trim tool is not a bad idea to use for this. And just work your way around the spoiler to release that double-stick tape that should be underneath, and it should just pop right out. Now, that I've got the factory spoiler removed from our trunk lid, you can see that there are five pre-drilled holes from the factory.Now, if your vehicle does not have those five pre-drilled holes, you are going to have to use the alignment tools that are provided with the kit to make your marks and drill your holes. You'll have to make an 8th-inch pilot hole for all five of them. You'll drill your outer holes to 5/16s of an inch, and you'll drill your inner three to 1530 seconds. Now, I will have to open up these inner three holes to 1530 seconds of an inch, and that's going to be so that I can accept the plastic grommet that's going to help secure the spoiler to the trunk lid.As I mentioned, if your vehicle does have the five pre-drilled holes in the trunk lid, you still are going to need to open up the center three holes to 1530 seconds of an inch. Now, for the demonstration purposes of this video, I'm not going to drill the holes, but I did wanna show you guys the power drill and the drill size that you're going to need.And once you've drilled out those holes, that's going to allow you to insert these plastic grommets that are going to accept a stud that installs onto the bottom of the new spoiler and allows everything to clip into place. Now, it's not a bad idea also if you're gonna drill these holes out bigger to put a little bit of painter's tape around the holes just so that you make sure everything stays nice and clean when you do drill that hole into the trunk lid.The next thing I'm gonna want to do is make sure that I'm working with a nice clean surface because there is some 3M tape that's on the bottom of our new spoiler that helps to hold it down with the provided hardware that comes with the kit. So, I've got a little bit of detail spray and a microfiber cloth. I'm gonna wipe this all down, and then I'll get started on installing my new spoiler.So, as I mentioned before, this kit does provide you with the alignment tools you would need in order to drill the holes properly on your vehicle. Now, they are these strips that have a hole pre-drilled in the middle of them, and there's a little bit of a sticky part that you have to peel off. And what you would do is peel off that double-stick and line it up with the holes on the bottom of the spoiler. Once you have them, stick them in place. Just push down. And you'll do that for all five of the bolt holes.Once you have all of these stuck to the bottom of the spoiler, you'll take this over to the vehicle, position it the way it's supposed to be on the back of the trunk lid, and then you would take your painters tape and just hold down each end of these drill templates. You would then lift your spoiler up off of those drill template holes and those template holes would stay in place. That would allow you to then go in with your 8th-inch drill bit, your 5/16ths drill bit afterwards, and your 1530 seconds drill bit to make your holes right where they need to be, and everything will line up perfectly when you're finished.Before I can install this new spoiler onto my trunk, there are three plastic studs that need to be installed in the three-center-threaded holes. Now, these studs are designed to clip into these plastic grommets that we just drilled open those holes on the trunk lid to accept at 1530 seconds of an inch. And when everything lines up, these push in and clip into place, and secure down the center of the spoiler. I can just screw these into the bottom side of the spoiler.And you might need a pair of needle-nose pliers just to turn them so that they bottom out. I'm going to install these plastic studs in the center, three holes on the bottom of the spoiler. And as I mentioned before, these line up with the plastic grommets that insert into the enlarged holes on the trunk lid. I'll get them in as far as I can by hand, and then I'll just use my needle-nose pliers, and I'll spin them in the rest of the way.Now, the last thing I wanna do before I actually start putting this onto my trunk lid is as you can see there is a 3M strip that goes around the perimeter of the base of the spoiler. Now, I don't wanna peel the 3M backing all the way off, and then try to sit it onto the trunk lid and potentially miss alignment, and now I'm stuck.So, what I'm gonna do is actually peel back the corners of my 3M and just fold it back enough so that I can grab on to it. Once this thing is sitting on the trunk lid and once I have all of my screw holes lined up and my clips inserted, then I can just go back and peel these pull tabs and get everything seated properly and positioned perfectly.Make sure you leave yourself enough of a tail to grab onto once this is sitting on the trunk lid. And I like to get both sides of them started just in case it should break or tear apart while I'm pulling it off once it's inserted onto the trunk. Now, I'm ready to install my new spoiler onto my trunk lid. I'm just gonna use my three pins in those holes to get everything roughly lined up. And my double-stick tape should relatively hold my position as needed.And then once I've done that, I can open up my trunk lid, keeping a hand on the spoiler to maintain the alignment. And then I'll use the provided screws and install them in the outer holes on the sides of the spoiler. I'm just gonna get my provided screw hardware started into the threads but not fully tighten it down. I wanna be able to lift this just a little bit so that I can peel my 3M backing.I'm gonna do the same thing on the other side with the other screw that's provided with this kit. And then once I have those screws started, I'm gonna peel my 3M backing all the way off, all the way around. I'll tighten everything up, put some light pressure down to stick the tape to the trunk lid, and we're gonna call this install finished.[inaudible 00:09:48]. I've got all of my clips and hardware started, and now I can go back and start peeling the 3M backing for my tape. Once I've peeled all of this off, I can go back with my Phillips head screwdriver and tighten up my screws. I'll apply some light pressure to the spoiler to get the tape toward here.I'll just use my Phillips head screwdriver to tighten down the screws on either side of the trunk lid. And that'll finish this up. And that's gonna wrap up this review and install of the SpeedForm Hellcat Style Rear Spoiler in Matte Black fitting your 2008 and newer Dodge Challenger. Thanks for watching. And for all things, Challenger, keep it right here at

      Product Information

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


      • SpeedForm Hellcat Style Rear Spoiler
      • Factory Appearance
      • Notched Design for Maximum Rear Visibility
      • Durable, Lightweight ABS Construction
      • Drilling Required for Installation, See Details Below
      • Ships Pre-painted in a Matte Black Finish
      • No Camera Hole
      • Fits 2008-2022 Dodge Challenger Models


      Hellcat Styling. Designed after the Hellcat spoiler, this SpeedForm Rear Spoiler is the ideal part for an accident repair or as an appearance upgrade for those not lucky enough to be equipped with a spoiler from the factory. With clean factory styling and a deep notched out center section, this SpeedForm Rear Wing Spoiler will improve both the appearance and aerodynamics of your Dodge Challenger. This SpeedForm Hellcat Style Spoiler will arrive to your door pre-painted in matte black ready to be installed.

      Superior Quality. Manufactured from blow molded acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material, this Hellcat Style 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 SpeedForm 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 Challengers not equipped with a factory installed wing.

      Application. This SpeedForm Hellcat Style Rear Spoiler; Matte Black is designed to fit 2008-2022 Dodge Challenger models not equipped with a rear facing backup camera.


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      Installation & What's in the Box

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      What's in the Box

      • (1) Rear Wing Spoiler
      • Mounting Hardware

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