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Old 07-07-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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Roush hood scoop

Does this roush hood scoop go well with a v6? More appearance mods coming up of course
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:04 PM   #2
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Ya looks cool I like the black and red theme
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Ya looks cool I like the black and red theme
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Looks awesome. I have one on my stang and I get compliment on it ever time I take it out for a ride. Definitely do it. Just a word of advice, secure it tightly. A friend didn't do it so well and it flew off on the freeway lol
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Looks awesome. I have one on my stang and I get compliment on it ever time I take it out for a ride. Definitely do it. Just a word of advice, secure it tightly. A friend didn't do it so well and it flew off on the freeway lol
Thanks! Yeah it has 7 bolts to it! Only a tornado can remove it!
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I would do lowering and wheels first
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I would do lowering and wheels first
Yeah once I get more money flexibility I'm definitely getting some nice rims and getting different springs to lower the body and get rid of that gap
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A good way to get rid of the gap is also getting thicker tires. Just a suggestion.
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Sweet mod. Looking to put one of these on my ride
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