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ls1 ss spoiler to lt1, anyone mind guiding me?

Old 06-08-2015, 07:52 PM
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ls1 ss spoiler to lt1, anyone mind guiding me?

What's up everyone, so I've posted on here about this same topic but received no feedback for some reason. I just bought my ls1 super sport spoiler with the third brake light and just got it painted. Now here are my questions in which I need guidance in. If some has pictures as well that would be great! (All I've seen was a diagram from shoebox but it's hard to tell what is going on there.)
1.) How do I get the third brake light to stay stuck on the spoiler since it does not have anything to mount it?
2.) Do I have to drill holes on my deck lid to make the two supporters in the middle hold firmly, or is there any other method so that i won't make holes and fit perfect?
3.) Also, the spoiler came with these gasket like com pads the go underneath the spoiler, do I need to use them on the supporters? (They seem tacky as if not cut properly.)
4.) I've read about connecting the third brake light wires with a relay, my spoiler came with some sort of linker (it's red) to link my brake wires to the third brake light. Do I use that or just twist them together and tape them with black tape?
_Thanks for anyone who can help/guide me through this process. By the way if my signature doesn't show, I have a 1996 z28 6speed bone stock!
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