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Are there any aftermarket hellcatstyle spoilers that you can put on an RT and use the existing drill holes without needing to drill extra? The OEMs one require a couple more holes in my drunk and i'd rather not do that.
 

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Short answer is NO. There are aftermarket Hellcat spoilers that have 3 bolts, and some that use the factory location of 4 bolts if your car already has a Hellcat type spoiler. If you have the 3 piece flat spoiler then there will be holes in the fenders that have to be plugged or filled in & painted--that is why my wifes purple Charger still has the flat one. BTW, the ones with three bolts are a Bit^& to reach the bolts...
 

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This is as close as your going to get. Personally, I think it’s goofy looking.

 

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Do any of these spoilers provide down force other than the sprung weight? Data?
There is an interesting video of the original 69' Charger Daytona in a wind tunnel test and a Hellcat right after that... apparently the Hellcat spoiler made a lot of down force and made the car "slippery"...
 

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I was wondering why that place looked familiar until I recognized it as the University of Ontario I had visited back in 2018.


Pretty nifty setup - the room the ambulance was located in has the ability to go down to -40 C in order to stress test vehicle components..I believe they even have a salt water setup to simulate rusting (if memory serves me well).
 

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Usually have some extra holes with aligning pins in addition to the tape.

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