(California) | September 30th, 2021
I purchased one of your replacement front bumper spoilers for our 2019 9114s, not only was it delivered on time, the fit and finish were outstanding and it was extremely easy to install. We are defiantly fans of Suncoast Parts.com
(NC) | September 17th, 2021
I recently had one of these put on my 991.2. At first, I thought it was a little odd looking, because it projected a little forward and downward compared to the OEM lip spoiler. I was just getting used to it when I scraped it on a speed bump. Later I hit it on a parking stop. I'm normally very careful when I drive in parking lots and other places where there are obstacles, and I use the car's front axle lift system (FALS). However, I still wound up damaging this spoiler. If you get one and you really like the looks of it, be VERY careful around obstacles. Use your FALS if you have it. As for me, I am going back to the OEM spoiler. I never scraped that one on anything.
(CA) | August 20th, 2021
Had to replace my front spoiler after a shovel bounced out of the back of a pick up on the freeway. The edge pretty much cut my original spoiler in half. It is literally a snap to remove the old spoiler and install the new one. Anyone can do it. You don’t need a body shop . I bought from Sun Coast parts because of the excellent price .I will be purchasing from them again in the future.
(Silverthorne, CO) | July 31st, 2021
Removing the small OEM rubber piece was easy. Removal of the harder and larger plastic bit was a tad more difficult since I had trouble getting a purchase on that piece to pop it loose. It fit pretty snug. Eventually I was able to find a place to grab it with a couple of finger and it popped right off. Installation of the new one by one person simply took aligning it on one end and then giving it a good pop with the heel of my hand and you could feel it pop on and seat into position. After it was pretty much properly aligned, I then went back to give it a good thwack every few inches (on the front lip) with my palm to make sure it was properly seated and I could feel it pop into place. It looks great.
(CA) | March 18th, 2021
Please read the instructions provided by Stephen M - seriously - read those instructions and do exactly as he says. This should be a 10 minute job if you follow the instructions from Stephen M. Otherwise, you’ll be cursing in German for the next hour you spend trying to do this job on your own. Once the spoiler is on, you’ll be very happy you put it there.
(Tulsa) | November 21st, 2020
Instructions above by Stephen from Houston are spot on. Easy removal of the scraped up original two piece spoiler and even easier install of the new part. Looks fantastic and a perfect fit.
(Houston) | September 3rd, 2020
I have a 2017, 991.2, Removing the original spoiler is straight forward, as a previous reviewer states, remove a total of 6 screws. 2 screws located each end of the rubber strip, 2 screws located close to the middle of the car, 2 small screws, one each end, close to the larger screws. Pull each end of the rubber strip away from the car and let them hang down. The rubber strip has lugs on top that locate in slots that are larger at one end then the other. This is why you have to pull the entire rubber strip towards the driver side to release the lugs from the slots. The strip will move about 1 inch, then pull it off the car. Now you can remove the plastic spoiler by gently pulling it towards you, away from the body, it’s a snug fit, so some patience is required. The new spoiler is simple, line it up on the car, locate the mounting slots, and push the spoiler home, it’s a perfect fit. There is no need to re-use the rubber strip or any of the screws. The part arrived early, packaging was excellent, another great Suncoast experience.
(freezing cold) | December 12th, 2016
the part you're removing is 2 piece (rubber and plastic) remove the 4 metal screws and the 2 plastic 'screws", then undo the ends of the rubber piece so they dangle freely, and SLIDE the rubber piece to the drivers side of vehicle... voila it comes off.. and then you can pull the plastic piece from the car... the new piece requires no screws.. (if you dont do the slide trick, you break every clip, end up frustrated and break your factory piece in half (ask me how i know))