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Old 02-20-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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Okay guys so what else should I do to my car cosmetic wise other than rims I'll be getting those when I graduate. I already have bama tuner and slp cat back ,cai ,pullies ,mgw shifter. I will be going o/r h in may so now some more cosmetics?
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:24 PM   #2
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cowl hood would look beast. i want one but cant afford it yet
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I was thinking that would look good I just don't know how much to have that all done like paint an everything? I was also thinking cobra spoiler?
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either go wingless or the termi spoiler.

really expensive though unless u get the one without the third brake light
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No I would get the third brake light. But would wingless look dumb what hood should I get?
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No I would get the third brake light. But would wingless look dumb what hood should I get?
Wingless to me doesn't look good. Your car looks great though!
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4" cowl Hood

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I think a 4 would be to big for a daily driver you think?
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I think a 4 would be to big for a daily driver you think?
IMO yes.. I think the 2.5-3" will b perfect
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If I go cowl hood should I keep my spoiler or later on get a different spoiler if so what spoiler and yes the cobra one is a lot but if that's the one that would look the best ill have to save?
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If I go cowl hood should I keep my spoiler or later on get a different spoiler if so what spoiler and yes the cobra one is a lot but if that's the one that would look the best ill have to save?
Like horseplay said either wingless or termi wing
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4" is perfect


Save money and go wingless with 4" Tips
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That's 3"... 4" isn't to bad
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If I go cowl hood should I keep my spoiler or later on get a different spoiler if so what spoiler and yes the cobra one is a lot but if that's the one that would look the best ill have to save?
Saleen spoilers always look good on these cars. I'm probably going to end up getting one.
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4" is perfect

Save money and go wingless with 4" Tips
4in exhaust tips? I have slp tips

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Saleen spoilers always look good on these cars. I'm probably going to end up getting one.
I was thinking Saleen spoiler to but Idk what you guys think?
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Have you thought about going with a set of Lowering Springs and some aftermarket Rims? I'm a huge fan of the Torch Red and Black scheme! I also like the idea of a Cowl hood, that will pretty much finish up your Car Cosmetically.

Just a few suggestions! Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance.

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Okay guys so what else should I do to my car cosmetic wise other than rims I'll be getting those when I graduate. I already have bama tuner and slp cat back ,cai ,pullies ,mgw shifter. I will be going o/r h in may so now some more cosmetics?
Where dud u get your floor mats
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Just take the wing off and see if u like it, its free!
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Have you thought about going with a set of Lowering Springs and some aftermarket Rims? I'm a huge fan of the Torch Red and Black scheme! I also like the idea of a Cowl hood, that will pretty much finish up your Car Cosmetically.

Just a few suggestions! Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance.

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I have h&r super sport springs already.

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Just take the wing off and see if u like it, its free!
Yeah I may try that?
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Where and which hood should I get? I will probably be orderin one in about a week and a half cause I'll be on a cruise so when I get back?
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The 95 cobra r is a nice hood
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The 3.5in one? What all do I need to buy or just the hood?
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Do all I need to buy is the hood or do I need other parts?
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wingless looks so much better. makes the back end look more clean and beefy
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wingless looks so much better. makes the back end look more clean and beefy
Agreed.
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wingless looks so much better. makes the back end look more clean and beefy
Looks naked! Makes me feel like I'd have to cover it up lol.
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Agreed.
I want to remove my spoiler soooo bad but when I took it off, on the trunk where the spoiler bolts down too the trunk the paint its all cracked and almost peeling..the spoiler covers it up, any suggestions on what I could possibly do to make it work
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Do all I need to buy is the hood or do I need other parts?
I had the stalker 2 and all I needed was the hood so that's all u should need
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Okay sweet so I'm debating on the hood or to get a lot of chrome things for my motor. The thing is I would get the hood than have to wait a little while to save money to get it painted.
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You can dip it and have it matte blk
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I would probably do that tell I could get it painted what you think I should do hood or chrome motor parts?
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I would def go hood it totally changes the look of you're car. My old gt with a cowl
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3" is perfect! I have a carbon fiber 3" cowl from ViS Racing and it completed the old school muscular look with some modern flash (I grew up building and driving 60s and 70s Camaros and Corvettes with dad, so that's a huge plus of the cowl hoods - they restore the classy, powerful look these cars kinda lost.)
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