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Old 10-03-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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Thumbs up roush front

I change my stock front to roush front about start 80/mph i noticed my hood shaking up and down.is anyone havingthis problem and how can I fix it
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Idk but it looks good lol
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Old 10-09-2013, 04:01 PM   #3
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news, if you're going to put a roush grille and roush lower grille without a supercharged intercooler. because of the space between radiator and the grill you will have a lot of air going through the grill and it will make you hood flutter at high speed. that's the problem I'm having right now
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Not sure why it's doing that but I can take a look at my rough and let you know how oem did it

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Old 10-10-2013, 10:59 PM   #5
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Following this closely as I am thinking of doing the same mods.
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:55 AM   #6
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news, if you're going to put a roush grille and roush lower grille without a supercharged intercooler. because of the space between radiator and the grill you will have a lot of air going through the grill and it will make you hood flutter at high speed. that's the problem I'm having right now
You MIGHT raise the hood stops a little and see if that will push it up enough to keep from rattling. May not sit flush or may not help at all? Just a thought
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I raise the hood stops I'll talk to some people say put hood pins
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hoods pins may be an option
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Old 10-14-2013, 06:37 PM   #9
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I talked to my authorized roush dealer and showed him the link to this thread and he said he knows exactly what the problem is. He says it's the hood scoop that is causing the issue. They can sell them because they are fine during legal speed limits but cause the hood to lift at illegal limits. Just a food for thought not sure this is legit but thought I would share.
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I just bought the upper and lower high flow grille w/chin spoiler package from LMR, should be here late next week and I plan on having it on by the weekend.

Will report back on any issues, no hood scoop so curious to see myself.

OP - how do you like the Roush lower fog lights? Bright enough?
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I still have yet to take closer pics. At OP my Roush doesn't do any of what you mentioned and I've had it at 120 on the freeway. Yes, the Roush fog lights are pretty bright. I bought the brightest bulbs available for them and they were very close in brightness to the factory ones. It is a pain to change them though especially if your mustang is lowered and has the bottom skid plate or whatever it is.
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I still have yet to take closer pics. At OP my Roush doesn't do any of what you mentioned and I've had it at 120 on the freeway. Yes, the Roush fog lights are pretty bright. I bought the brightest bulbs available for them and they were very close in brightness to the factory ones. It is a pain to change them though especially if your mustang is lowered and has the bottom skid plate or whatever it is.
What bulbs did you end up getting? I'd rather have them swapped out before I install than have to change later.
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I bought the brightest (and most expensive lol) ones you can get, I believe there called silver stars. Ill look before I go to work and let ya know
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I bought the brightest (and most expensive lol) ones you can get, I believe there called silver stars. Ill look before I go to work and let ya know
Cool thx man, have been searching all over to find someone who has put better bulbs in and how they look.

Want them to look like stock ones but not too blue or cheap looking
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Stock foglights and H11 Superstar bulbs for anyone else wondering
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I hope these help
Yes they do, thx again for posting!
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