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Old 07-10-2012, 11:49 AM   #1681
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Or both.... Yes
Lol.

And it's a Chrysler Sebring my good sir.
But buicks r nice too good guess
Oh god... not the sebring. Kill that thing with fire
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Old 07-10-2012, 11:52 AM   #1682
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Oh god... not the sebring. Kill that thing with fire
Lol, what's the name of the manifold removal write up?
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Upper intake removal/vap auto installation lol
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I installed my new third brake light
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Old 07-10-2012, 08:32 PM   #1685
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I installed my new third brake light
Pics? I need to do that, mines fading
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Old 07-10-2012, 08:34 PM   #1686
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In the morning I can i got a led one. You can sand the stock one
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:38 PM   #1687
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Hmmm... I've been thinking about getting LEDs... Every time I decide to order it, something more important comes up!

Anyway, car states in the driveway all say while me and my fam went to Knott's Berry Farm. Then decided to change my car's oil when we got home. I think today was the quickest oil change I've ever done. Plus no oil spills! Lol
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:41 PM   #1688
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Hmmm... I've been thinking about getting LEDs... Every time I decide to order it, something more important comes up!

Anyway, car states in the driveway all say while me and my fam went to Knott's Berry Farm. Then decided to change my car's oil when we got home. I think today was the quickest oil change I've ever done. Plus no oil spills! Lol
Mustangs have the easiest oil filter to get to also.

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Oh does anyone know how to remove valve covers? Might paint mine if I can get them off
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Old 07-11-2012, 03:14 AM   #1689
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Mustangs have the easiest oil filter to get to also.

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Oh does anyone know how to remove valve covers? Might paint mine if I can get them off
Loosen 5 bolts on each side with 8mm wrench, lift, done. Lol
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Old 07-11-2012, 09:51 AM   #1690
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Also, i need yalls advice, ill be painting my valve covers sometime soon, should i do that ford blue color on them, or red to match my car? Im leaning more towards blue at the moment since its my favorite color, and future car color. Also, anyone have any good cleaning advice for these?
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Old 07-11-2012, 10:23 AM   #1691
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when will the car be painted blue?
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Old 07-11-2012, 10:25 AM   #1692
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when will the car be painted blue?
....eventually lol
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Old 07-11-2012, 10:29 AM   #1693
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If your serious about painting the car blue I just say go for it but the down side to is if you don't paint the car it won't match. If its not that hard to paint the valves I say just paint them red and when you paint the car blue just re-paint them blue
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Old 07-11-2012, 10:36 AM   #1694
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If your serious about painting the car blue I just say go for it but the down side to is if you don't paint the car it won't match. If its not that hard to paint the valves I say just paint them red and when you paint the car blue just re-paint them blue
True. Itll be a while before i paint it anyway, since i plan on buying a new hood, rear bumper, front bumper, and steeda wing. So many expensive things...
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True. Itll be a while before i paint it anyway, since i plan on buying a new hood, rear bumper, front bumper, and steeda wing. So many expensive things...
lol yeah if u still got ways to go just paint it red
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Old 07-11-2012, 10:59 AM   #1696
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lol yeah if u still got ways to go just paint it red
Lol and the fact that ill be buying parts one at a time is gonna kill me everytime i walk in the garage and see its box sitting there
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:03 AM   #1697
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Lol and the fact that ill be buying parts one at a time is gonna kill me everytime i walk in the garage and see its box sitting there
as long as ur buying the parts its all good my brother. make that bad boy stick out. what type of bumpers ur looking for ?
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:07 AM   #1698
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as long as ur buying the parts its all good my brother. make that bad boy stick out. what type of bumpers ur looking for ?
Havent decided. Either an 03/04 cobra or the cobra r. As for the rear just a standard gt bumper
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pleeeeease no cobra r lol. my opinion doesnt matter though haha. i really really really want a termi front bumper.. im happy with my gt rear but i would like something different someday. maybe the termi back bumper with the letters shaved off.
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:31 AM   #1700
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pleeeeease no cobra r lol. my opinion doesnt matter though haha. i really really really want a termi front bumper.. im happy with my gt rear but i would like something different someday. maybe the termi back bumper with the letters shaved off.
Lol im with ya on the cobra r, dont wanna come off as something im not, but i feel the termi bumper does that tastefully
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:37 AM   #1701
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01 cobra bumper + cowl hood = Le Sex....
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Loosen 5 bolts on each side with 8mm wrench, lift, done. Lol
Yay easy! Lol
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Yay easy! Lol
Lol you do it yet?
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Old 07-11-2012, 12:18 PM   #1704
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Also, i need yalls advice, ill be painting my valve covers sometime soon, should i do that ford blue color on them, or red to match my car? Im leaning more towards blue at the moment since its my favorite color, and future car color. Also, anyone have any good cleaning advice for these?
I think they are polished aluminum. If so. Sand them down then clean with alcohol(rubbing alcohol not beer for horseplays info, lol)
Then the enamel should stick.

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Something like that should make it really smooth

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Havent decided. Either an 03/04 cobra or the cobra r. As for the rear just a standard gt bumper
Do the 03/04 bumpers front and rear

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Lol you do it yet?
Lol not yet, got a doc appointment and gotta finish up grandmas car.
Also thinking about picking up some night shades while I'm out getting clear coat for her car and more engine enamel.
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I think they are polished aluminum. If so. Sand them down then clean with alcohol(rubbing alcohol not beer for horseplays info, lol)
Then the enamel should stick.

180grit
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Something like that should make it really smooth

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Do the 03/04 bumpers front and rear

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Lol not yet, got a doc appointment and gotta finish up grandmas car.
Also thinking about picking up some night shades while I'm out getting clear coat for her car and more engine enamel.
I wonder if they make an 03/04 bumper without the lettering on it
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Old 07-11-2012, 12:22 PM   #1706
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I wonder if they make an 03/04 bumper without the lettering on it
If not just fill it in with some sandable filler
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01 cobra bumper + cowl hood = Le Sex....
true. too bad that ****ing bumper is so expensive
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true. too bad that ****ing bumper is so expensive
Is the 01 that expensive?

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Go to eBay for the bumpers just saw a cobra bumper for little over 100
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I like the Saleen body kit IMO
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I like the Saleen body kit IMO
Not a huge fan, I like the roush look.
But the saleen there is something about it...
Makes it look like a fish to me with all those indents and then those side scoops.
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Not a huge fan, I like the roush look.
But the saleen there is something about it...
Makes it look like a fish to me with all those indents and then those side scoops.
True, but god does that rear bumper look aggressive as hell
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Not a huge fan, I like the roush look.
But the saleen there is something about it...
Makes it look like a fish to me with all those indents and then those side scoops.
That's what give it it's style I like and hey maybe I can drive it in water and test it's aqua capabilities a fully submersible mustang lol jk

I like the roush look to it looks good

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True, but god does that rear bumper look aggressive as hell
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That's what give it it's style I like and hey maybe I can drive it in water and test it's aqua capabilities a fully submersible mustang lol jk

I like the roush look to it looks good

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I agree I'm the rear bumper the thing looks ridiculous.
The most mean
Looking front end of all time is the termi or the we boss for sure.

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On*

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true. too bad that ****ing bumper is so expensive
I like the termi front too but I think they look better if you have the termi side skirts to compliment it.
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