Thats exactly what i did, the spoiler weighs next to nothing... I've had it on for like 6 months now, its not going any where rain or shine. Just cut the studs, apply some 3m there also over where the studs were so they do not scratch the trunk just in case if you ever plan on taking it off. Saves a lot of time, effort, drilling, etc.i have heard people just cutting off the studs and just using 3M adhesive tape to apply the spoiler
Wayne's Auto Body in Arnold? Tell Mike Chad with the IS300 says hiif you really want it installed correctly take it a to a body shop and have some one that actually installs painted body parts all day do it, mechanics dont do alot of body work much less spoiler installs, if u want it done right and feel like paying for an install trust me take it to a bodyman, I'm a mechanic and i wouldnt even want to mess with installing a spoiler on my own car, Im paying a bodyman at my dealers bodyshop to install it for me.