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Old 08-08-2013, 09:02 PM   #36
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Nope. Stock grill is all just one piece. If you take out the honeycomb you'll have to take out the corral as well. The horse and corral have a whole back price together. And of you manage that feat, you still have to sand all the edges and paint, but you still won't have that cool lip the kit comes with
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Nope. Stock grill is all just one piece. If you take out the honeycomb you'll have to take out the corral as well. The horse and corral have a whole back price together. And of you manage that feat, you still have to sand all the edges and paint, but you still won't have that cool lip the kit comes with
I'm not willing to pay for the grill delete. I'm going to debate on the chin spoiler lol
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I'm not willing to pay for the grill delete. I'm going to debate on the chin spoiler lol
We could help more if you take some pics to show off ur car

Here's mine I took after work


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Old 08-08-2013, 09:16 PM   #39
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We could help more if you take some pics to show off ur car

Here's mine I took after work
I'll be sure to take some in the morning! It's pitch dark outside lol
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I'll be sure to take some in the morning! It's pitch dark outside lol
Lol good enough
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I'm not willing to pay for the grill delete. I'm going to debate on the chin spoiler lol
The stock replacement is way more expensive than the grill delete ill tell you that. Cost me $100 from ford opposed to the $70 for AM. Just think about it if you ever break your grill
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The stock replacement is way more expensive than the grill delete ill tell you that. Cost me $100 from ford opposed to the $70 for AM. Just think about it if you ever break your grill
That's a good point. I'll have to remember that!
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no chin and grill


chin and delete
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Old 08-08-2013, 10:34 PM   #44
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This is how it looks with the stock grill removed n that it
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lol night time pic doesn't show all the issues with just pulling the grill. i will say after trying to build my own grill delete on my first mustang i will never try again, and just buy the kit right off the bat..
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^ i troed the same and even cut the pony out n panted it n attacked a wood pole n it looks great n then i took it for a drove hit a bump annnddd it flew off lol
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lol yeah i made a z bracket out of some scrap metal...but still doesn't touch the kit
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Yea mine was bullet proof but a really hard hit when it wasnt dri messed it up
N the kits on sale now if in not mistaken
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Had to dig on Instagram for a while but here they are. No grill at all, stock grill, and plastidipped stock grill. Oh and a cobra with the grill delete and cobra emblem
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Here are some pictures
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Euros
Other than that I think it looks good, it'd look real good with some side louvers but I think they are bada$$ on all
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Other than that I think it looks good, it'd look real good with some side louvers but I think they are bada$$ on all
Not really a fan of any of the louvers lol. But I do really want to tint my tail lights, maybe sequentials too
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Not really a fan of any of the louvers lol. But I do really want to tint my tail lights, maybe sequentials too
Lol iv got both


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Lol iv got both

Here's my American muscle tinted tails
Did you tint your own or get the raxiom ones?
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Did you tint your own or get the raxiom ones?
Raxiom
I don't have alot of spare time, so I didn't have couple hours to not have tail lights on my car
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I don't have alot of spare time, so I didn't have couple hours to not have tail lights on my car
Tint is so much cheaper so I wanna try that but I don't wanna mess up
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Tint is so much cheaper so I wanna try that but I don't wanna mess up
Niteshade it
I will say however if you are going to get into all the car parts and stuff, cheap will have to go
There will be lots of money into the car
I made my build list for handling on am and it's over $1,600
Just in handling mods
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Niteshade it
I will say however if you are going to get into all the car parts and stuff, cheap will have to go
There will be lots of money into the car
I made my build list for handling on am and it's over $1,600
Just in handling mods
I know some stuff don't get the cheap crap but I figured most appearance things I could go the cheaper way
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I know some stuff don't get the cheap crap but I figured most appearance things I could go the cheaper way
I do know some tint they say lasts like 2 years because of washing and stuff as to we're my lights are perminate, I'd give it a try atleast, if it dnt work it's like what $20 so it's not alot if it don't work
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I do know some tint they say lasts like 2 years because of washing and stuff as to we're my lights are perminate, I'd give it a try atleast, if it dnt work it's like what $20 so it's not alot if it don't work
40 :/
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40 :/
Ok so bout 50 less
I'd buy tinted tails from raxiom, and if that's not dark enough, note shade my stocks
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Ok so bout 50 less
I'd buy tinted tails from raxiom, and if that's not dark enough, note shade my stocks
They look dark enough. But how exactly does nite shade work?
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They look dark enough. But how exactly does nite shade work?
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spray tint will last as long as the car will if you clear them right lol
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spray tint will last as long as the car will if you clear them right lol
I think he was talking about the vinyl tint from American muscle
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I think he was talking about the vinyl tint from American muscle
I was but I asked about nite shade too
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I was but I asked about nite shade too
Yea that video shld help
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a good exhaust with the right tips help with cosmetics....here's the 3.75" tips i had installed today

i'll be opening my cut outs more later on today

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a good exhaust with the right tips help with cosmetics....here's the 3.75" tips i had installed today

i'll be opening my cut outs more later on today
What's a great sounding setup for sixxers?
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Its all personal preference... I like clean and crisp over low and rumbly....some like raspy....some like deep...check YouTube and our exhaust sticky to see what you like.
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