What are the differences between a GT-R and GTST spoiler? Well basically a GT-R spoiler has an adjustable blade, whereas the GTS Style does not.
This changes how it actually fits to the car, as the GT-R style needs to 'support' the adjustable blade, it actually runs with a lip over the back edge of the boot, all the way along the boots width.
|Standard GTS-25T as fitted at factory|
Here we have a picture of something similar to what I have fitted (is easier to get a stock image in white as black does not show any detail!). Although this photo is of a nasty GRP (Glass R-enforced Plastic or fibreglass to you and me!) You can tell these when fitted to a car as they have the two screws on the end caps and where they are made by some China man in a shed from a worn out mold. The flat surfaces are usually a bit.. wobbly. There is also no high level brake light on this (which is just rubbish!).
|Cheap and nasty GT-R replica to give an idea|
So I grabbed it whilst the going was good!
The easy answer is no! The spoiler came with GT-R carbon end caps that cover the adjusting brackets. Alas the painter thought these rather good and left them on. However personally I can't stand carbon on a car, it may cost much, but in my opinion looks cheap, nasty and a bit common!
|Carbon removed and logo filled|
The look - This is how I first picked up the car with the carbon end caps in place.