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No matter how careful you try to be, today I realized that I have a small scrape under the lip of my carbon fiber front spoiler. Luckily it is completely under the lip so invisible from outside.
The CTS-V is too damn low and I would have loved to have a suspension raise feature available when you need to clear ramps and access ways.

There are any available splitter/spoiler guards/protectors easy to install and relatively nice to look at along the lines of the ones used by Dodge for their SRT/Hellcat cars??

These for example:





Thank You!! I would love to preserve that beautiful spoiler!!!

I apologize if this topic has been already covered in the past.
 

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There's nothing that I'm aware of. You just have to be extra careful. There are various universal stick-on moldings and rubber strips available. With a little ingenuity, and some trial-and-error, you could probably come up with something.

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A favorite.

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no way we have had much worse, like 180's this is barely a 45
my video link was 100% relevant because in it Dan Akroyd tells the other doctors "we mock what we dont understand"
 

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relatively nice to look at along the lines of the ones used by Dodge for their SRT/Hellcat cars??
This right here might be the funniest shit I've ever heard on this site, lol
 
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