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Over the past few years, I've asked many questions about different kinds of spoilers on this forum, and now I'm looking to change from my current setup.

Obviously performance isn't a concern, so it all comes down to appearance.

So, Lip, Ducktail, or Lifted, which spoiler has the best aesthetics/curb appeal for our Optimas?

Examples below.

Lip A:

Lip B:

Ducktail:

Lifted A:

Lifted B:
 

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I like the stock style spoiler that was available on the '11-'13 as it's subdued and on the curve of the trunk. I purchased mine from Spoiler and Wing King in Michigan, Painted $99 shipped.
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Maybe something more radical:
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I prefer the 11-13 one myself, as the 4th-gen one is a bit too boring/conservative for my tastes.
 

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I ran the 1st option for a year. It was nice and better than stock however wanted something more pronounced. I then ran (and still do) the 4th option.

here's pics of the 4th option: I also have a DIY write up on how to install it.




here's the 1st option on my car years back. Simple peel and stick.

 

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I ran the 1st option for a year. It was nice and better than stock however wanted something more pronounced. I then ran (and still do) the 4th option.

here's pics of the 4th option: I also have a DIY write up on how to install it.




here's the 1st option on my car years back. Simple peel and stick.

Did you move the wiring from the interior 3rd brake light, and delete the dome?
 
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