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Old 02-23-2013, 09:55 PM   #1
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Hey friends , I've got the 06 V6 with a BBK CAI, Screamin Demon Coil ," Taylor" street thunder 8mm plug wires and NGK Iridium S.P. Did the SCT 87 octane race tune and it made a sharp improvement. Now what ? I would like to work from the outside in rather than inside out. The 06 is a great looking retro car. I also realize it's 7 years old and the new stangs are far better. I just can't justify $ 30000+
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Full exhaust an suspension upgrades
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:21 PM   #3
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It's easy to add things like a chin spoiler, window louvers, rear spoiler, different emblems, different lights, grilles, etc to do make it look pretty much any way you want it to. American Muscle has all of that stuff so you can easily see what it would look like on the car. eBay also has some good finds from people taking things off their cars and selling them.

I like to do subtle things to make my car look a little different than the next one. I haven't done a whole lot of power mods yet, just kind of want it to look the way I want it to first before I start dropping big money on performance items again.
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what do you recommend ??
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what do you recommend ??
Window louvers deck lid grille front lip rims hood there's so much u could do I'd look around an find some parts that I like an that would go together well
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Exterior mods

Only thing I wouldn't recommend are louvers because you lose a LOT of visual points with those ( unless they are the factory ones or the flush ones off of AM)
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I got the eleanor louvers on mine and your right you lose a lot but I love the look I get in return
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I got the eleanor louvers on mine and your right you lose a lot but I love the look I get in return
Exactly! They look sweet but can screw ya over
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Also window tint is always nice
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What does everybody think about complete car wraps? I seen video of a new white mustang wrapped in matte black that looked crazy. It kinda reminded me of a stealth bomber
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good point.
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A deck lid honeycomb to be exact Iol
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