Anderson Composites Carbon Fiber Type-GR GT350R Style Rear Spoiler for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Fastback Mustangs.
Have you ever thought, “Man that GT350R wing looks good.” Well now you can have that same look for your 2015-2017 Fastback Mustang with this Anderson Composites Carbon Fiber Type-GR GT350R Style Rear Spoiler AC-RS15FDMU-GR from CJ Pony Parts! This rear spoiler will definitely change the exterior appearance of your Mustang.
Features and Benefits:
- GT350R style spoiler
- Includes necessary mounting hardware
- High-quality wet carbon fiber construction
- Lightweight and strong one-piece design
- Durable high-gloss finish
- Much improved aerodynamics and aggressive looks
- Fits ALL 2015-2017 Fastback Mustangs
This rear spoiler from Anderson Composites will come with all the necessary hardware for installation and will mount using existing factory mounting holes if your Fastback Mustang came with the factory spoiler. The high-quality wet carbon fiber construction of the spoiler makes it lightweight, strong and built to last. A high-gloss finish gives the spoiler a brilliant shine and really shows off the design of the carbon fiber. With its aggressive GT350R styling, this rear spoiler will not only provide your 2015-2017 Fastback Mustang with a great look, but will also improve the aerodynamics.
Please Note: If your 2015-2017 Mustang came with a factory spoiler, this spoiler will reuse most of the factory mounting holes. Holes not used will need to be filled in.
*This rear spoiler will NOT fit Convertibles models.
Tech Tip: It is highly recommended to use an automotive clear with UV inhibitors to prolong the life and finish of the product.
Tech Tip: Due to the two extra holes that will need to be drilled when installing a GT350R Style Spoiler, we recommend investing in P/N: HW263.
Anderson Composites specializes in fiberglass and carbon fiber components for late-model Mustangs. They manufacture each and every one of their products with the utmost attention to detail and only use top-grade materials for a quality product you can trust. Their extensive manufacturing experience allows them to construct everything from hoods, trunk lids, front and rear spoilers, side skirts/splitters and much more. Anderson Composites’ precision and attention to detail used to make their products is a science of its own and their craftsmanship is simply unmatched.
Order this Anderson Composites AC-RS15FDMU-GR Carbon Fiber Type-GR GT350R Style Rear Spoiler for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 Fastback Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
If I ordered that wing spoiler , can you arrange and send that to Queensland Australia ? If yes how much the total amounts ?
I just bought a 2.3 Mustang fastback ecoboost and wanted to know if it fits well to my car. Thank you.
Does it fit the 2015 ecoboost? Can u share pictures if you have any.
What if your vehicle has the the spoiler delete kit will this spoiler have templets to show where to drill?
why it don't fits on a convertible
Will this bolt on to factory locations on my 2016 GT350 with track pack? Do you also offer lArger front splitter
Do you know the mounting dimensions of this wing? I'm curious if this wing will fit on a foxbody notchback trunk.
what do you use to plug holes, do you get plugs like the steada mod
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This Anderson Composites rear spoiler is styled after the factory spoiler found on the GT350R and is made of real carbon fiber with a high gloss finish. This will fit only Fastback Mustangs. Your convertible has a different shape to the trunk so it will not work. Installation comes with alignment tabs and necessary hardware for installation. Today I'm going to show you how to install it.
For this installation you need a quarter-inch ratchet, 10 millimeter socket, short extension, center punch, drill, eighth-inch drill bit, 9/32 drill bit, 5/8 drill bit, scissors, and safety glasses.
This installation's only going to cover installing this spoiler on a car that is a factory spoiler delete. If you have the factory spoiler on your car, you're going to have additional holes in the center here that are going to have to be filled by a body shop to have it done professionally and have it done properly. In our case, the only we we're going to show you to this is on a car that came without the factor spoiler and so there will be no holes to repair.
First I'm going to do is put her on the car just to get an idea to make sure everything aligns and fits properly. While this is an install you could probably do yourself, I really suggest getting help because of the size of the spoiler and with the drilling holes and aligning everything, it's a lot easier with an extra set of hands.
Now what you're going to do, this is going to line up the back edge of your trunk lid. I want to make sure that's pretty much flush, make sure everything kind of fits like it's supposed to on both sides. Everything fits flat, edge is good. Okay, now we're going to take it off and prepare to drill our holes.
These tabs are what you're going to use to determine where your holes go. Fortunately, they only give you two of them so you have to take your time and actually take the wing on and off a couple times to do this right. This little tab here, though, goes in the hole and you're going to put it on the trunk lid and then tape it down to know where to drill your holes.
Good. Now what you do is once you have where you want it, put a good amount of tape on these things and make sure they don't move around. Now you can just pull the spoiler right off. Okay, now what we're going to do is use our center punch, go in the middle, and mark our holes. All right, now we can remove it. Make sure you do use some sort of a body shop tape for this. You don't want to use duct tape, anything like that that will leave residue on the trunk. Okay, and there's our hole.
We're going to start off by drilling a small pilot hole using roughly an eighth-inch bit, Make sure you put some tape around the bit too so you don't drill too far down. There's really nothing down there, but just be careful. Now we're going to open it up to 9/32 of an inch.
Now we're going to put the alignment tabs back on again so we can do the next hole here. Now we're also going to lift up the trunk lid, put one of the pieces of hardware in place to hold it. That'll make sure we're aligned properly. Now we'll tape this down. We'll mark the holes again. Okay, now we're going to drill this hole out again starting with a pilot bit. I'm going to hold the back up to open this hole up because now we are getting kind of close to the tail light so we want to be careful.
Now same thing for the last hole. Put the alignment tab in, spoiler back up on the trunk. Okay, and just put one bolt in to hold it in place. Once again, tape it down. Now for the last time, mark the holes. Third hole you see I had marked right here. Unfortunately, you would hope it would line up with this but it doesn't. It's going to be further over. What we're going to have to do here, especially drilling from the top, to get our pilot bit to come through here, we're going to have open up a hole here as well to be at the hardware end.
Once again we're going to open up these holes. Again, have the trunk raised, although you've got plenty of room in this case. Now we're going to open up the hole inside the trunk, again, so we can get our ratchet in there to tighten up the hardware. We drilled it out to 5/8 which gives us enough room to get our 10 millimeter socket in there. To protect against corrosion in the future, now we're going to take a little bit of paint, just put it around all the bare metal.
Anderson provides 2 different seals for their spoiler. There's these rings that go over the holes, and this here gets stuck to the edge. Then we'll take these seals and we'll put them over the holes on our trunk lid. Now we're finally ready to mount the spoiler for the final time. Get everything hand tight for starters. Good. Once they're all started, go back through and tighten them up. Just get them snug. Don't want to crank them too tight. As soon as it starts getting tight, they're good.
Now we're going to install the original trunk plug. The hole here, like we said, we primed it. You can leave that open if you want. We have these little plugs we actually sell here. We're going to use these just to get more of a finished look. There we go and your installation is finished.
Thanks to Anderson Composites, we now have the aggressive look of the GT350R on our 2016 GT and even better, it's made out of carbon fiber. So you saw, the installation is not terribly hard. You do want to take your time, get the holes in the right spot. Figure about 2 hours and you'll be back on the road in no time.