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Your thoughts on forcing it are right. If you put constant pressure on fiberglass it will eventually crack or at least put cracks in your paint. You may have to trim the top section near the rectifier so that the spoiler can sit a bit higher and as such not be forced to fit over the frame. You can then make two small metal brackets to bolt to the mounting location near the rectifier and to two new holes you make in the top section I would use a rubber washer that you can get at a plumbing section in a hardware store between the washer you use on the top of the chin spoiler between the washer and the spoiler. This helps absorb any vibrations
 
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