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Old 05-28-2012, 06:42 PM   #1
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Exterior for 2011 v6 premium??

I wanted to possibly get some sort of stripes, or something done with the lights... Any suggestion for any of those? Should i get fog lights and put halos on those too or a black pony delete billet grille?
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Old 05-28-2012, 07:41 PM   #2
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I think you should try and just black out your stang. Would look pretty badass. Get some tinted head/tail lights, black rims, hid headlights if u can afford em, window louvers and lower it

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And the fog lights and delete pony grill would look good to
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Whats the best way to black out the tail lights?
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Whats the best way to black out the tail lights?
You could go with the smoked tail light covers but I think if u buy the smoked tail light tint it would look better. They're both on american muscle but it Just depends which one u prefer though.
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The tint would probably be a little more difficult to put on you think?
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The last thing we need on our roads is another "blacked" out car. I cant even tell if its a honda or a mustang anymore. It ruins the car and makes your ride super prone to getting hit at night when parked, or even smoked on the highway when others change lanes due to your DOT/MTO mandatory reflectors all being "blacked out" .....you will be blacked out lol
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The tint would probably be a little more difficult to put on you think?
well the smoked tail light covers would be easier but i think the tint is a cleaner look
Heres a video showing how to put em on
2010-2012 mustang smoked tail lights - YouTube
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Defiantly get a GT500 spoiler!
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The last thing we need on our roads is another "blacked" out car. I cant even tell if its a honda or a mustang anymore. It ruins the car and makes your ride super prone to getting hit at night when parked, or even smoked on the highway when others change lanes due to your DOT/MTO mandatory reflectors all being "blacked out" .....you will be blacked out lol
Lol we can never agree on anything but thats why I'm also saying to tint instead of the blackout covers but its his choice either look fine and its not a big hazard cause his cars already black as it is and theres a lot of black cars on the road. But upgrade the lights if you choose to do the covers instead of the tint
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Lol we can never agree on anything but thats why I'm also saying to tint instead of the blackout covers but its his choice either look fine and its not a big hazard cause his cars already black as it is and theres a lot of black cars on the road. But upgrade the lights if you choose to do the covers instead of the tint
lol i hear ya buddy. I love black cars but sometimes a little too much blacking out is done.
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Dude, I want your car so bad! Lol
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The last thing we need on our roads is another "blacked" out car. I cant even tell if its a honda or a mustang anymore. It ruins the car and makes your ride super prone to getting hit at night when parked, or even smoked on the highway when others change lanes due to your DOT/MTO mandatory reflectors all being "blacked out" .....you will be blacked out lol
I think your new name will be mr. safety lol. But can't tell if it's a honda or a mustang? Really? I'm all for blacked out cars btw. Looks badass and in my opinion doesn't get old. I hate chrome and silver. Well not hate, just wouldn't on my car. Ever. That's just my opinion. The tint from AM isn't very dark. Light clearly shines through. Those covers though, are too dark imo and they look cheap. You could also get them painted. Either from a body shop done right or that nightshade stuff, which I'm not a fan of but if you know what your doing then ok. Professionally painted is a more expensive option but would look much better then the other options. And remember not to go too dark. You want light clearly visable. Lastly, you could go with the smoked raxiom taillights. Which I have. They aren't too dark, light clearly shines through and are DOT approved. (to make mr. safety happy sorry man lol) Pics below is my car also with the GT500 style wing. It's great but ALOT of people are doing it.
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I think your new name will be mr. safety lol. But can't tell if it's a honda or a mustang? Really? I'm all for blacked out cars btw. Looks badass and in my opinion doesn't get old. I hate chrome and silver. Well not hate, just wouldn't on my car. Ever. That's just my opinion. The tint from AM isn't very dark. Light clearly shines through. Those covers though, are too dark imo and they look cheap. You could also get them painted. Either from a body shop done right or that nightshade stuff, which I'm not a fan of but if you know what your doing then ok. Professionally painted is a more expensive option but would look much better then the other options. And remember not to go too dark. You want light clearly visable. Lastly, you could go with the smoked raxiom taillights. Which I have. They aren't too dark, light clearly shines through and are DOT approved. (to make mr. safety happy sorry man lol) Pics below is my car also with the GT500 style wing. It's great but ALOT of people are doing it.
I've said it once and I'll say it again those tail lights are sick man!!
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Thats the aero tail lights?
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Thats the aero tail lights?
Yes

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I've said it once and I'll say it again those tail lights are sick man!!
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Think I may order the non smoked ones sometime soon
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Ill do something eventually to the tail lights, but i might get an all black deck lid
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Ill do something eventually to the tail lights, but i might get an all black deck lid
Good choice
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Lol you love black huh
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Re: Exterior for 2011 v6 premium??

See tinted stuff on a grabber looks great hell even on black, just dont overdo it, at least leave some chrome in the wheels or something :p

And i am mr safety! People are idiots on the road, they cant drive so i gotta do everything to avoid them. As seen a few weeks ago i cant even make a right turn without getting tapped in the rear end!
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See tinted stuff on a grabber looks great hell even on black, just dont overdo it, at least leave some chrome in the wheels or something :p

And i am mr safety! People are idiots on the road, they cant drive so i gotta do everything to avoid them. As seen a few weeks ago i cant even make a right turn without getting tapped in the rear end!
+1 saw your post on that. And don't go covers they are too dark. The tint from am is black in appearance but once the lights are on it shines through pretty well.
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Too dark huh?
Forgot you had those covers.. Should get a daylight pic of them.
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Car is not on...
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They defiantly look better with the black deck lid. And they don't look too dark I would defiantly see your lights at night
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What if i got This? Thats basically what my car would look like

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Compared to this
Looks good real clean
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I'm partial to this panel. Probably because it's mine.
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Leave it stock or deck lid?
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Black car? I say go with one.
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Get that CDC rear decklid. Looks much better imo. Of coarse I'm biased..
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Lol so get the flat, no emblem, deck lid
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Lol so get the flat, no emblem, deck lid
Lol yes!
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A little side note. CYCLON37 has the best exhaust ever.
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