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    as tall steve aid mate removing it is goin to cause you some bodywork but if your up for the job then fire away is yours relitivley quick for you as it is and whats your mpg like?
     
     

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    yer its pretty snappy, obc is saying about 31mpg, not bad in these conditions. compared with the saloon it does about 50 miles less per tank, which is odd as its the same engine and the car is (im guessing) lighter...
     
     

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    na i think they are around the same weight tbh probably just a better car al together lol thanks for the info on it anyway
     
     

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    Leave spoiler alone.

    Unless done really well there is potential for filled holes to rust from the back / inside out.

    Additionally your boot lid will probably look an odd colour under street lights.


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    If it were me I'd leave it on, as E36Coupe328 says "Leave spoiler alone".
     
     

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    You could buy a new bootlid on ebay and sell the old one? Might be less hassle than taking the spoiler off and filling the holes and repainting.
     
     

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