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Old 01-29-2013, 03:30 PM   #1
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She's back! New Heat Extractor

Got her back today before work and Im so happy. The heat extractor looks amazing and all the damage is gone. Ill still have to take it back for a bit of readjusting on the door, but so far so good.

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You mean you didn't do it yourself for once?!? What a shocker lol I'm wanting to see this on a 13
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Got it uploaded elsewhere.
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Looks great, and gives your car a different look to the rest of the 13's.
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I asked them at the body shop and he was like "sure bring it in!" Got it done for free with the other stuff they were fixing. They also had a spare Mustang hood they kept for scrap aluminum he said they practiced on before dissecting my hood. These guys are awesome. I'll take some underhood shots later when it's daylight and not raining (supposed to storm tomorrow).

I need to fab some kind of eadging to protect the underhood mat. They cut it to the opening, but it's kinda loose and needs something to hold it together.
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How much was installation?
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Got her back today before work and Im so happy. The heat extractor looks amazing and all the damage is gone. Ill still have to take it back for a bit of readjusting on the door, but so far so good.
Looking good.
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Very Nice Sanguin! glad they put it back together well...and extractor makes a cool addition!
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Got her back today before work and Im so happy. The heat extractor looks amazing and all the damage is gone. Ill still have to take it back for a bit of readjusting on the door, but so far so good.
Expect this a lot now
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LOL...I keep getting nice roush. he'll get used to it....just smile and yank the rug out from under 'em when you tell them what it is...heh heh
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Man that looks clean!!!
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Ok. That's pretty bad ***. Should be an option right out of the factory...
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:25 PM   #14
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I've already been asked if it was a GT500 once, probably due to the new '13 front end. I told him it was just a regular mustang and then he asked if he could take pics... lol.
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:27 PM   #15
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Woah that is hot! I predict many do this mod. Very nice. Congrats!

---------- Post added at 03:27 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:25 PM ----------

Take pics of underside and close ups too when u get a chance. Maybr some.truck door edge molding or trunk and door seals would work. Lets see it and maybe we can come up with ideas for you. E
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Yeah, I got off work late and it's been a monsoon since 7 this morning. Crazy weather...
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Well that sucks. I edited my post above so read the last part.. maybe that would work..
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how is it dealing with the water? any worries about that? looks real good brother..... maybe try some 3M double stick to keep the liner stuck to the hood snugly. Are you having problems with the layers separating as well? If you are then I would pull it off entirely and use some good ol' thread and needle to sew up the exposed edge, that should do the trick.
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how is it dealing with the water? any worries about that? looks real good brother..... maybe try some 3M double stick to keep the liner stuck to the hood snugly. Are you having problems with the layers separating as well? If you are then I would pull it off entirely and use some good ol' thread and needle to sew up the exposed edge, that should do the trick.
Water hits the radiator cover or falls off just in front of the motor. Real GT500s are set up the same way. A guy in the Shelby forum took pics of his for me. I was amazed they don't have some kind of water guard.

Yeah, the layers are separating. I may pull it off an hem it... I can sew and it'll make it look nice.
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Ok, here's the pics. I braved the snow starting to fall to get this for you!

First is a top down view close up. Next is a view of where it drains, so neatly illustrated by the snow. This is the exact location of the GT500s. I got some help from a GT500 owner and he measured 11.25" from the hoods leading edge to the vent; that's where they placed it. Then and underhood shot, and a picture of the 3 hold down methods (two clips on the ends and bolt in center).

Oh, and yes, no cold air intake atm. I haven't reinstalled it since I took it to the dealership for the PCM reflash and it's been too cold or nasty for me to bother reinstalling.
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One idea that might work to keep the insulation layers together is maybe door edge trim.I you have enough of the metal next to the insulation maybe use some clips or edging and secure the metal to the insulation.Your car looks great.Love the color.
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I would stitch it together and then slide a rubber door /trunk rubber seal over it. It will be soft and flexible and you can rob long pieces out of junkyard cars so it wont cost you much at all. The edge molding wont be good as it needs a hard edge to slide over. The other stuff should be easy to slide on over it. When you stitch it together you might want to use something like a wire hanger sewn in to give it a firm edge.
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I would stitch it together and then slide a rubber door /trunk rubber seal over it. It will be soft and flexible and you can rob long pieces out of junkyard cars so it wont cost you much at all. The edge molding wont be good as it needs a hard edge to slide over. The other stuff should be easy to slide on over it. When you stitch it together you might want to use something like a wire hanger sewn in to give it a firm edge.
When you say stitch, do you mean something along the lines of actually sewing it in?!?
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Intresting!
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Looks awesome
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When you say stitch, do you mean something along the lines of actually sewing it in?!?
I mean sewing the top and bottom pieces of the cover together to close the opening but sewing a light weight wire(or could be molding edge too I guess) at the edge so that it keeps the edge firm enough to get the door and trunk seal to grip onto.

My last car had hood pins that went right through the underhood blanket. I had to drill holes through it, it was was on a smaller scale but looked the same as this cut. I glued the seam together. I was able to use a rubber grommet to give it a finished look. Everyone that saw it thought it was a factory option. a hot glue gun would work too if you dont want to sew it.
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they make roll of rubber channel molding...could just edge it with that and hold in place with trim adheasive....but need to secure that section so it holds to the hood for sure
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id been wanting to do this, or get a takeoff shelby hood from 10-12 (which should fit). nice job
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id been wanting to do this, or get a takeoff shelby hood from 10-12 (which should fit). nice job
I don't think they'd fit.
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They'll fit as long as you're a '13-14. All Shelbys '10+ use the same bumper and hood.
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They'll fit as long as you're a '13-14. All Shelbys '10+ use the same bumper and hood.
I always thought the shelby was a bit wider than the other models.
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Nope. They just introduced a wide body super snake this year, but it's body is identical to ours, just different bumpers and hood.
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Slimer? I think you have me confused with zoom
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