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Old 08-21-2012, 03:40 AM   #1
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Roush style 7 bar grille for 2012 V6

I'm looking for a roush style grille. Those thick 7 bars are sick but I have a V6. Any body know of any grilles that would be a close match?
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Re: Roush style 7 bar grille for 2012 V6

The Roush grill is awesome looking! I wish it could fit on the v6 bumper I have been toying with the idea of doing the front face lift so I can get the Roush grille because I have yet to see anything that looks like it that fits the v6.
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Re: Roush style 7 bar grille for 2012 V6

Sadly, we're limited on what we can do with our front bumpers without a GT Front Bumper conversion. I honestly think Saleen or Roush would make a fortune if they made a version of their grilles that would fit the V6's.
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I wonder if it can be made to fit, or any GT grille for that matter. Wish we had more options for our V6's. I'd be happy with a honeycomb grille w/o the pony.
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You have to get the roush front facia in order to fit the grille.
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Old 08-21-2012, 10:50 PM   #6
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Re: Roush style 7 bar grille for 2012 V6

No... You have replace the whole bumper. V6s have the grill made into them prior to '13. GT's were separate. So, in order to swap you have to swap to a GT bumper.
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Aside from the GT Bumper, what other parts are needed?
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Aside from the GT Bumper, what other parts are needed?
Well. That's just it. You have to start with the bumper. A gt grille surround is needed. And the push pins for it unless it snaps in. A lower valence. And a brace for the lower valence/chin spoiler.
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Well. That's just it. You have to start with the bumper. A gt grille surround is needed. And the push pins for it unless it snaps in. A lower valence. And a brace for the lower valence/chin spoiler.
I believe the roush 7bar has a surround?
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You can buy them with or without the surround.
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I believe the roush 7bar has a surround?
Either way you gotta start with the bumper.
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