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Old 08-05-2011, 09:51 AM   #1
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Does anyone out there happen to have a "High Performance" emblem underneath their Running Ponies? I have been debating getting a pair to place beneath the pony emblems... but would like to know what it looks like before spending $20 on them...

I do not want to remove the pony emblems and replace them with a "3.8" emblem either...

Anyone have some pics of what this may look like to give me an idea?
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Re: High Performance Emblem

it looks best with just the running ponies, I wouldnt put the "high performance" badges on based on looks alone, will look far to busy.
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With mustangs less is more. Simple and clean makes em look nice and sleek.
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With mustangs less is more. Simple and clean makes em look nice and sleek.
I have the "Hurst Equipped" badge on my trucklid opposite the Ford Emblem. That's because it has a Hurst short throw, stick and 8 ball shifter....
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I have the "Hurst Equipped" badge on my trucklid opposite the Ford Emblem. That's because it has a Hurst short throw, stick and 8 ball shifter....
I have a "232" emblem there... but on the topic of shifters... how do you like the hurst in comparison to the stock shifter? I am debating getting a short throw shifter... but don't know which one to get... I have a hurst 4-speed in my Chevelle, but the shifter looks like it would be too tall in a mustang... does it look/feel okay? I like Hurst shifters, but it seems like it would almost bee too tall in a mustang...
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I have a "232" emblem there... but on the topic of shifters... how do you like the hurst in comparison to the stock shifter? I am debating getting a short throw shifter... but don't know which one to get... I have a hurst 4-speed in my Chevelle, but the shifter looks like it would be too tall in a mustang... does it look/feel okay? I like Hurst shifters, but it seems like it would almost bee too tall in a mustang...
It is awesome..but I'm tall and have long arms so for me it's perfect. I love how it looks and at car shows everyone comments on how good it looks...
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