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Old 09-29-2013, 09:49 PM   #1
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Just saw the trailer for Need for Speed, and I really like the deck lid panel on the Mustang in that movie.

Wondering if anyone has seen this/where I could buy it.

I did a quick search on Google and AM and couldn't find anything. Click image for larger version

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Just saw the trailer for Need for Speed, and I really like the deck lid panel on the Mustang in that movie. Wondering if anyone has seen this/where I could buy it. I did a quick search on Google and AM and couldn't find anything.
Could've been custom made just for the movie.
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Old 09-30-2013, 12:20 AM   #3
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Looks to me like an RTR panel with a grille pony installed and "RTR" removed.

RTR Mustang Rear Decklid Applique with Logo | Mustang RTR
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Probably was custom-tailored for the movie, but I can see that decklid panel becoming popular and it wouldn't be hard to construct.

What's up with that super-large gap in between those stripes though... Maybe I'm just a detail guy
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Old 09-30-2013, 12:45 AM   #5
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That RTR one looks dead on. I think you're right about them taking the grille emblem and putting it on there.

It looks like this decklid install is a bit involved. You have to remove the hump underneath that the faux gascap is on.

The faux gascap is really my only complaint about the styling of this car. I hate faux things.
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Old 09-30-2013, 01:04 AM   #6
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Stang mods sells it I just wish they would have it pre painted to match your car
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Old 09-30-2013, 01:38 AM   #7
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That looks like exactly what it is. Here's a better pic.


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Perfect pic.

Wish this piece of shiny plastic didn't have to cost $200.
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What ab some glossy black vinyl with a stuck on grille emblem? Surely that'd cut the price of the whole thing down to ~$100
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For real. Plus the amount of money you're gonna have to spend to remove the hump so that you could use it.
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Oops forgot ab the hump
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Old 09-30-2013, 01:51 AM   #12
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For real. Plus the amount of money you're gonna have to spend to remove the hump so that you could use it.
Yeah, once I read up on the install, it kind of turned me off.

I really don't like the idea of hacking up my 3 month old car.
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Yeah, once I read up on that, I kind if got turned off. I really don't like the idea of hacking up my 3 month old car.
It's gonna happen sooner or later...

If you told me 3 years ago that a Dremel would be a common tool I'd be using when I worked on my car. I'd tell you, you were nuts! But today, not so much. Lol
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Oops forgot ab the hump
Yeah normally, I like a little hump. But not in this case.
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Yeah normally, I like a little hump. But not in this case.
I heard that brother
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For real. Plus the amount of money you're gonna have to spend to remove the hump so that you could use it.
Here's what's underneath it:
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The RTR deck lid looks sick though. Bit pricey, but most mods are. -.-
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That whole fiery crash scene from the trailer that happens on the bridge was filmed right here in Columbus , GA.
I watched some of the filming. Those prop cars look like hell up close. Lots of "Movie Magic" going on.
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Yeah normally, I like a little hump. But not in this case.
Or with your "dremel" tool....
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I would really like to do the RTR Decklid mod. Hard to cut a 5 inch hole to remove the hump. If I get brave enough to do this, I would like to try to find the GT emblem that is on the 2015. It really looks good on the flat decklid (imo).
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That hump is a bummer, I was hoping it would just be the plastic cover!
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I like the stealthy look of the rtr panel. It keeps people guessin. Plus all debadged like that, itll make anyones v6 badass when they dummy someone in a race and the loser finds out its a v6 after.

Ive literally dreamt about this lmao. Come spring when i take my baby out of storage im hackin the faux cap off (i hate it) and puttin an rtr decklid on.
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It would not be hard to remove the hump. Just be sure to seal it with a sheet of plastic when installing the new panel so no water can get into the trunk in a heavy rain storm.
I opted for this panel.


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That looks nice Ronnie. They probably did that to the back lid because that car they are using is probably a v6 to shoot those scenes with.
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Hi CVH

That panel looks great. Is that the one you remove the bulge to install or did you remove the bulge and fill in the hole and repaint?
Anyway -IT LOOKS GREAT
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That panel looks great. Is that the one you remove the bulge to install or did you remove the bulge and fill in the hole and repaint?
Anyway -IT LOOKS GREAT
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Thanks man! I used a 5.5" metal hole saw to remove the bulge. I used the SGM touch up paint to seal the deal.
The installation took 30mins with cleanup time. The right tools make it a breeze.
This is the RTR decklid that CDC makes. I am very happy with how loProfile and flush it sits. Great fit! Good job CDC!
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I had the idea of buying the RTR deck lid panel, then taking the pony off of the stock grill, after I buy an aftermarket one of course, then use adhesive and stick it right on the middle.
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