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Besides Honda.com anywhere else I can get a pearl yellow rear spoiler?
 

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Unless I'm blind I don't see no pearl yellow on there
I found one there. Is your color code Y130P ? I even found my color:NH452P. If the Y130P is out of stock, order the NH452P. Let me know when my spoiler comes in and I'll ride up there and put it on. Thanks in advance
 

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I found one there. Is your color code Y130P ? I even found my color:NH452P. If the Y130P is out of stock, order the NH452P. Let me know when my spoiler comes in and I'll ride up there and put it on. Thanks in advance
And how would I find if that's my color, never mind i found it
 

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Damn. That is a nice price. Let us know here when you get it on. Do you currently have a luggage rack mounted on your bike ? I'm in the process of opening an eBay account right now.
 

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Sweet. I want to know that it uses the exact OEM markings in the truck lid. I already have a luggage rack mounted and I was careful to place it as far forward as possible in the anticipation of a spoiler. Had you posted this find earlier this year I would have done the spoiler first.
 

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May I make a small suggestion on the hole drilling? The instructions tell you to use a small drill bit at first and then graduate to a larger bit and finally the right size bit for the hole. I really suggest that you follow that procedure. The trunk lid is pretty thick and if you just use the big bit at first, you will most likely burr the hole, increasing the chance for leakage due to rain. Going smaller to larger bits reduces that chance. You will see what I mean when you make the first drill hole. :)
 

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Hey DreamWeaver I am all for learning from the experience of others. I am also a big fan of youtube and all the great how too lessons available on line.

I will certainly follow your suggestions! :)

Rick
The top of the case is not only thick but very dense. You will really have to hold the drill motor as the bit starts to go through the case. It will want to just keep going and if you don't have a good hold on the motor, it will yank your hand and motor right up to the case. In metal when the bit breaks through, you can easily push and pull the drill to ream the hole. Its not that way on this plastic. You have to reverse the motor to back the bit out. It just wants to keep drilling. A sharp knife will let you ream the extra plastic tailings inbetween bits. Just go slow and you'll be OK.
 
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