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Old 10-04-2009, 05:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is the new front spoilers I designed for our SSR's. I have 3 new designs. You can have a chrome or gold bowtie in the center for $380.00 plus shipping.
You can also order with out the bowtie for $350.00 plus shipping.
I also have one with air hole design which will have a space for the bowtie in center. It also sells for $350.00 plus shipping. The bowtie in gold or chrome will be $30.00 extra. All come with installation hardware and unpainted. Front spoilers will come predrilled for mointing. Rear spoiler comes with a template for drilling holes to mount.
If you are interested just send a pm.
If you are interested I have more pictures I can email to you.
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Those are good looking, original designs.

I'd like to see some pics of the chin spoilers installed.
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Those are good looking, original designs.

I'd like to see some pics of the chin spoilers installed.
We got a sneak peak of the new spoiler at the Panhandle Rally. Here is a picture of it installed. By far my favorite design out there.
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Can't complain about the fit, but I think the bowtie is a bit much and a single opening style goes better with the grill. imo
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:50 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Old 10-23-2009, 02:21 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I am interested in the front chin spoiler in the aqua blur metallic with the two openings without the bowtie. Would I be able to purchase one through you? If so, what would the price be including shipping to Florida? Please email info to (PM member to exchange info.)
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Can't complain about the fit, but I think the bowtie is a bit much and a single opening style goes better with the grill. imo
I agree, it would look better with just one opening.
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Old 10-25-2009, 05:22 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I just put both front and rear on for a friend of mine who has a silver SSR.
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Old 10-26-2009, 07:48 AM   #11 (permalink)
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That's a good looking spoiler, what is the total drop or height from the ground to the bottom of the spoiler on a stock SSR and is it all bolt on?
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Old 10-29-2009, 09:25 AM   #12 (permalink)
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front spoiler total cost with shipping no bow tie,yellow, how do I order please send.

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This is the new front spoilers I designed for our SSR's. I have 3 new designs. You can have a chrome or gold bowtie in the center for $380.00 plus shipping.
You can also order with out the bowtie for $350.00 plus shipping.
I also have one with air hole design which will have a space for the bowtie in center. It also sells for $350.00 plus shipping. The bowtie in gold or chrome will be $30.00 extra. All come with installation hardware and unpainted. Front spoilers will come predrilled for mointing. Rear spoiler comes with a template for drilling holes to mount.
If you are interested just send a pm.
If you are interested I have more pictures I can email to you.
Thanks for your interest.
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The rear spoiler looks like the one I have that was installed by the Dealer back in 05. Is that a new design or a copy of an old design?
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Old 10-29-2009, 01:57 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Rear spoiler??????

Rear spoiler looks like a GTO spoiler to me .....available on Ebay for $104.00 painted to match....if it's not, it is sure a close knock-off....It still looks like it belongs on a CAR. The chin spoiler looks a little like the old Nascar spoiler with the vents shoving the air straight through under the truck, instead of dirverting it up and thru the radiator, for additional cooling, which heaven knows the SSR needs all it can get. Some of the other chin spoilers manufactured by Forum members, make them this way, with some type of diverter. Well this is as I see it........Michael

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Those both look real sharp IMO. As far as looking like something else how many ways can you design spoilers??? I don't see them as being like what other Fanatics are building. If the rear looks similar to a GTO spoiler who cares? It is nice to see a little diversity out there so we don't all look the same.
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Old 10-29-2009, 06:10 PM   #16 (permalink)
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The front spoiler is MY OWN design! I have them in stock and ready to ship, you do not have to wait months or years. If you want one just send me a pm and give me your phone # or email.I will answer any questions you have.
The front spoiler screws on and has 6 1/2 inch clearance.
The rear spoiler is not a GTO spoiler.
But we are all intitled to our own opinion, that is what makes the United States so great. I really like all of the opinions.

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Old 10-29-2009, 07:27 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Amen ! Your the coolest, handyman! Your spoilers are the greatest
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Handyman, I really like the looks of your chin spoiler and your wing...which, IMO, does NOT look like the GTO wings I've seen mounted. I already have the Wolfie Wing and don't dare install a chin spoiler since I am notorious for hitting parking blocks

Good luck with your mission there are plenty of interested folks around to keep all the fabricators in business.
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Don't hate on the Handyman

I like the front spoiler - looks aggressive, and the wing is lower and wider than the GTO wing. Not many people are willing to design new items for a discontinued truck - we should support the ones who do.
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:07 AM   #20 (permalink)
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I like the front spoiler - looks aggressive, and the wing is lower and wider than the GTO wing. Not many people are willing to design new items for a discontinued truck - we should support the ones who do.
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Did I miss what the composition of the front spoiler is? I like it, and if Eric is out of the business on the Poly, and this IS a "Plastic" spoiler, it WILL sell (probably even if its fiberglass since there seems to be a vacuum!) because it enhances the front view of the truck. If you can tie it into the cooling that would add a bunch.
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Rear spoiler looks like a GTO spoiler to me .....available on Ebay for $104.00 painted to match....if it's not, it is sure a close knock-off....It still looks like it belongs on a CAR. The chin spoiler looks a little like the old Nascar spoiler with the vents shoving the air straight through under the truck, instead of dirverting it up and thru the radiator, for additional cooling, which heaven knows the SSR needs all it can get. Some of the other chin spoilers manufactured by Forum members, make them this way, with some type of diverter. Well this is as I see it........Michael
To the best of my knowledge, the original stock air dam was designed to create a vacuum under the truck and DRAW air out.
"Shoving the air straight through under the truck" should also provide the same effect.
Simply shooting air into the radiator and allowing it to pool in the engine compartment would not be much of an advantage.

PS. I find it unlikely you could get a rear spoiler painted to MATCH SSR colors for $104 that would actually match.

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To the best of my knowledge, the original stock air dam was designed to create a vacuum under the truck and DRAW air out.
"Shoving the air straight through under the truck" should also provide the same effect.
Simply shooting air into the radiator and allowing it to pool in the engine compartment would not be much of an advantage.

PS. I find it unlikely you could get a rear spoiler painted to MATCH SSR colors for $104 that would actually match.

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Wrong. The problem with the SSR is the lack of OA (open area) for air to actually reach the radiator. Small openings combined with a inner grill that has about 70% OA did not help matters. These were the issues that GM was working on in there new front design for 07.
While ASC had the first nascar style spoiler, I built MPD's from scratch to incorperate a bigger opening. If you want a spoiler built from our original tooling you will want a MPD spoiler. Why else? Instead of those supports in the middle we engineered a mesh grill that is bonded in and a lower support to keep the opening in shape. The best thing about the lower support is it ducts much needed air up to the radiator. Also it fits well enough that you can bond it to the cover and not have to have fasteners that draw it into place showing. There is usually a reason why some things are cheaper.
On a final note all spoiler I make now are fiberglass with a very high heat distortion temp resin. I am sure all others are fiberglass also. There will be no more abs plastic spoilers
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Eric, you make a GREAT product, and I am glad you still are, in case mine gets trashed like HRG (Debbie's) did.
I can tell you that the ABS IS resilient. While actually watching the curb in front of me... I STILL hit it! and it only scratched the paint as it jumped up and over. Would fiberglass have done that? That's my only worry about fiberglass.

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To the best of my knowledge, the original stock air dam was designed to create a vacuum under the truck and DRAW air out.
"Shoving the air straight through under the truck" should also provide the same effect.
Simply shooting air into the radiator and allowing it to pool in the engine compartment would not be much of an advantage.

PS. I find it unlikely you could get a rear spoiler painted to MATCH SSR colors for $104 that would actually match.

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Excuse me I did make a mistake......the price on eBay is $115.00 instead of $104.00 about a year ago the price was $104.00. I guess inflation has set in. On thread -----"Rear spoilers & wings picture post" By Wildcat 66........ Just check out Jeffanatic #15 permalink dated 6-29-09 . Take a look and see what you think. Just go to search----Rear spoiler and scroll down to #15. and that price includes paint in SSR color. I think Eric explained the air flow pretty well. He should know. Also check with Doougie at 3G mfg. Michael

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Wrong. The problem with the SSR is the lack of OA (open area) for air to actually reach the radiator.
Yes, there is restricted open area. I will state this again...the purpose of the air dam is to keep hot air from pooling in the engine compartment by creating a vacuum BEHIND the radiator.
Maybe this link will help.Importance of the air dam!
Wrong?

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Excuse me I did make a mistake......the price on eBay is $115.00 instead of $104.00 about a year ago the price was $104.00. I guess inflation has set in. On thread -----"Rear spoilers & wings picture post" By Wildcat 66........ Just check out Jeffanatic #15 permalink dated 6-29-09 . Take a look and see what you think. Just go to search----Rear spoiler and scroll down to #15. and that price includes paint in SSR color. Michael
Wow! For that much, one can hardly afford NOT to get one.
I'm a believer.

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Wrong. The problem with the SSR is the lack of OA (open area) for air to actually reach the radiator. Small openings combined with a inner grill that has about 70% OA did not help matters. These were the issues that GM was working on in there new front design for 07.
While ASC had the first nascar style spoiler, I built MPD's from scratch to incorperate a bigger opening. If you want a spoiler built from our original tooling you will want a MPD spoiler. Why else? Instead of those supports in the middle we engineered a mesh grill that is bonded in and a lower support to keep the opening in shape. The best thing about the lower support is it ducts much needed air up to the radiator. Also it fits well enough that you can bond it to the cover and not have to have fasteners that draw it into place showing. There is usually a reason why some things are cheaper.
On a final note all spoiler I make now are fiberglass with a very high heat distortion temp resin. I am sure all others are fiberglass also. There will be no more abs plastic spoilers
In the SSR book "An American Original" page 76. Looks like Ed Ivey, "Freezer", worked on cooling issues with the SSR! Maybe he could chim in on the subject or send him a PM?

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I am interested in the rear spoiler. I'd like to see some more pics.
How much for the rear spoiler with instructions.
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