Another forum posted the installation instructions for the lip spoiler, looks like it does in fact drill into the trunk and uses a bracket inside the trunk to hold the spoiler at 2 points.There's a decklid spoiler and a wing spoiler. Both ugly IMO. Hopefully the decklid is just installed with some double sided tape and doesn't drill into the trunk so when people install other spoilers they won't have to worry about the holes.
See for yourself:you're sassing us yes? heavy duty springs for a strip of plastic... you funny you... 0
I can confirm it's needed - after I put the lip spoiler on my Accord, I tried popping the trunk before putting the new springs on, and it would barely move. It's not just the weight - it's the distance from the pivot point. Leverage.you're sassing us yes? heavy duty springs for a strip of plastic... you funny you... 0
I checked this when I test drove a Touring today. The springs are not close to the sub (see pic)The Touring has the subwoofer, which interferes with installation of the heavy duty trunk springs, which are needed when the spoiler is installed.