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Old 01-22-2013, 04:35 PM   #36
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I paid 200 for the Roush front fascia w/fog lights in black with lower partial grille block and front splitter, including installation at Roush...don't expect that deal lol. Front fascia is 1100 ish, splitter is 200 ish, lower partial grille block was 150 ish.

I already had the stock GT fogs, they put it in with it for me.

I believe Roush charges 99/hour for labor. All of my work has been done by them. I love my car. I think it looks mean the icing on top is lower aero, so I use less fuel and make better use of my power. Win win. Going from v6 fascia to v8 drops CD by about 7%, let alone the Roush and other aero mods.
How the f did u get that deal.
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How the f did u get that deal.
I know a guy there. Yea, they set me up pretty good there. People may call me a Roush fan boy, but theres a reason for it. Plus the people are just cool, like after I take 200 pictures they say don't take pictures of this or this is a prototype/unreleased/concept...but its okay if you already did. Hahaha, I love the place. An industrial wonderland,
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Epic a new gt with that gas mileage! +
V6 with roush bumper and GT fogs. I'm going this route except boss valence. The GT fogs I'm gettin either way. But as you can see, they don't block alot of air

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I also want to do what you did with adding the gt bumper or saleen to get gt foglights. Was it alot of money and work? And could you kind of give me a summary please so i can have an idea what im getting myself into. And where did you get the bumpers and grille?
Ok man, I've never done body work on a car an got my v6 bumper off to repair my frame in 15 minutes or so with sockets and a lift in the garage. It's super easy and in my case....4,000 in damages to be replaced. All in all I'd say a good grand to get it done. Least around here as far as parts and nick nacks. You can try eBay but I personally wouldn't. I'm using a body shop to eat my stuff. He just paints it and gives it to me since we have had his business for 10 years. You can get one off late model restoration but just a primed bumper. Ford wants your arms and legs. Take offs are a hit or miss. Body shops can get it cheap and its a certified part.
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thanks white lightning, but what does it matter if it is or isnt certified? warrantied or what?
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thanks white lightning, but what does it matter if it is or isnt certified? warrantied or what?
I think my shop guy was saying dot or something so it not aftermarket or shady parts. My shop warranties their work. He does mainly classics but also does insurance stuff. If you went trough ford I'm sure you would get a warranty. And oem
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