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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-29-2014, 08:17 AM Thread Starter
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Exciting Trunk Lid Spoilers for Honda CR-Z 2011-2014

Many CR-Z owners and automobile enthusiasts in general are always seeking ways to set their daily drivers apart from the rest of the herd. One way you can do this is by installing exterior aftermarket modifications, such as a spoiler. And trunk lid spoilers will be a good option here, because they reduce air movement across the body of a vehicle during driving, thus enabling it to pick up more speed. We have 2 of them made by Duraflex, which you might find interesting. To read more about this brand click here.

Duraflex® - JP Design Wing Trunk Lid Spoiler



Duraflex® - C-Blaze Wing Trunk Lid Spoiler



Both of them are made from the material, which combines fiberglass, plastic and flex resins for a product that flexes and bends instead of cracking and breaking and comes complete with black primer finish.

Check prices for your model and see other details here: 2014 Honda CR-Z Spoilers at CARiD.com

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Many CR-Z owners and automobile enthusiasts in general are always seeking ways to set their daily drivers apart from the rest of the herd. One way you can do this is by installing exterior aftermarket modifications, such as a spoiler. And trunk lid spoilers will be a good option here, because they reduce air movement across the body of a vehicle during driving, thus enabling it to pick up more speed. We have 2 of them made by Duraflex®, which you might find interesting.

Duraflex® - JP Design Wing Trunk Lid Spoiler



Duraflex® - C-Blaze Wing Trunk Lid Spoiler



Both of them are made from the material, which combines fiberglass, plastic and flex resins for a product that flexes and bends instead of cracking and breaking and comes complete with black primer finish.

Check prices for your model and see other details here: 2014 Honda CR-Z Spoilers at CARiD.com

Which one you think you would go with?

Chrome accessories, performance chips, and air intakes for Honda at Honda Accessories & Parts at CARiD.com The variety of performance accessories at affordable prices!
Is it just me, I don't see ANY wing in the first pic of the PWP, see a diffuser, but no wing or spoiler. Probably just me.....I suck at those "Find the 73 differences in these 2 photos" puzzles too.


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USMC1973, Maybe the picture wasn't clear enough. What about this one?


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Is it just me, I don't see ANY wing in the first pic of the PWP, see a diffuser, but no wing or spoiler. Probably just me.....I suck at those "Find the 73 differences in these 2 photos" puzzles too.
+1 I don't see a trunk spoiler in the picture of the white car or the red car.

I see that the rear diffuser is different, but that's it.

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Yep, I think they messed up on the site. Not a trunk lid spoiler, but rather a JDP style rear diffuser.

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Still waiting for the T51 spoiler to come back to the site...
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You're right guys, our bat. This problem was already reported and we will update information ASAP, sorry for misleading information.
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Apologies for possibly zombie-fying the thread: I was wondering about the impact of C-Blaze Wing Trunk Lid spoiler on the rear visibility? It looks like it'd widen the already chunky blind spot created by that horizontal bar in the back?
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