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Old 01-20-2014, 02:51 AM   #1
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MGP caliper covers

Hey guys I'm in a struggle here. I'm thinking about getting some mgp mustang gt caliper covers. I can't decide between the red, black, or silver. I've uploaded a few pics of my car. What are your alls opinions? Click image for larger version

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Old 01-20-2014, 06:02 AM   #2
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Easy bro go with the red gonna let your Grey pop out better and those black in those rims too....Do It!......
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Have you seen them in person? Don't waste your money on a mod like that. They are garbage IMO. Yes they are quality made before anyone takes that last comment out of context but do you really wanna spend that much on caliper covers?

In the end it is your car and your call so do as you please. Just giving you my 2 cents.
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Have you seen them in person? Don't waste your money on a mod like that. They are garbage IMO. Yes they are quality made before anyone takes that last comment out of context but do you really wanna spend that much on caliber covers?

In the end it is your car and your call so do as you please. Just giving you my 2 cents.
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I was just thinking of the covers, one to cut down on the brake dust. And two painting and repainting the calipers can be a great hassle.
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Dust can be cleaned and maintained.

If you prep them correctly the paint will last.

To me,doing that is worth saving on the cost of those caliper covers.
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Dust can be cleaned and maintained.

If you prep them correctly the paint will last.

To me,doing that is worth saving on the cost of those caliper covers.

+1, no offense to anyone with them but they look cheap IMO
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+1, no offense to anyone with them but they look cheap IMO
Agree. I thought they were pretty nice until I saw them in person at a show. They look good in pics but cheap in person. Again,the craftsmanship is excellent but they look horrible IMO.
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I think I've decided to go black with the silver mustang gt engravings. I think the black will look great behind my 18" black fr500's. And the silver mustang gt will pop with my car being silver. Sleek and elegant is the name if the game lol.
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I would do silver to offset the black rims. Me personally, black on black with those rims you will barely be able to see it. Go with the silver bro
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