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Old 06-06-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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He showed up just in time for me to leave for work. Had enough time to open and inspect. I will install soon with pictures to follow. Now all I need to do is set an appointment to get my windows tinted and my car is visually done.
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18s or 19s
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Nice wheels , congrats!
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18's stuck with the stock size that was on the car. plus cheaper tires.
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18's stuck with the stock size that was on the car. plus cheaper tires.
Boooo lol they still look good
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Nice, congrats. What brand are those? Really like that look, should really set your car off.
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Nice, congrats. What brand are those? Really like that look, should really set your car off.
They are the AMR 18's staggered with the Nitto NT555 tires.
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They are the AMR 18's staggered with the Nitto NT555 tires.
That's cool, are the nitto's good? I have them on my truck and really like them, just haven't read up or heard any reviews on them for the mustang
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I'll bet you are not done visually though (mods).....
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Here is a before and after. Glad i have a garage it's raining cats and dogs today. Guess my first test of the Nitto's will be wet handling.



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I'll bet you are not done visually though (mods).....
My visual mods are...

AMR staggered wheels

Super Snake stripe, fender hash marks and rocker stripe.

Hood pins

Black out deck lid panel

Dark tint headlight covers

Taillight tint and side marker tint

Powered by Ford fender emblems

Tinted windows to come

And yes I will be done.
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You need some lowering Springs :p
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You need some lowering Springs :p
Yeah i know that will be part of my performance phase of modding. 1 inch drop is what i want.
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Here is a before and after. Glad i have a garage it's raining cats and dogs today. Guess my first test of the Nitto's will be wet handling.



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Very Nice!! Great choice.
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Here is a before and after. Glad i have a garage it's raining cats and dogs today. Guess my first test of the Nitto's will be wet handling.
Those look awesome on red! Nice choice.
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Looks great!!! Can't go wrong with AMR's!
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My visual mods are...

AMR staggered wheels

Super Snake stripe, fender hash marks and rocker stripe.

Hood pins

Black out deck lid panel

Dark tint headlight covers

Taillight tint and side marker tint

Powered by Ford fender emblems

Tinted windows to come

And yes I will be done.
where did you get the powered by ford emblems?
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Old 06-07-2013, 02:49 PM   #19
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where did you get the powered by ford emblems?
American Muscle has them. I believe they are $19.95 a piece.
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They look almost the same besides color. But they look good
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I must say the Nitto NT555's are a great tire. It's been raining all day and the grip is real nice. I hit a deep water puddle at about 40/45 mph and they separated the water very nice never felt it hydroplane. At one point I was in 1st at about 20 mph and buried my foot in it. Yes the 275's broke lose but most tires will on a wet soaked road. I will say the car stayed straighter than the stock 235 Perelli's did on a dry road when spinning the tires. Can't wait to see how they react on a dry road surface. Best visual/performance mod I have done well worth the $1500!!!

I quick question on the TPMS? My low pressure light has not come one since installing my new wheels and tires. Can the system in the car automatically sense the new TPMS in the tires. I know the light and system works in the car I had a slow leak a few months ago and the light came on then. I'm waiting on the synchronizing tool for the TPMS to come USPS but looks like I don't need it. Has this happened to anyone else?
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I must say the Nitto NT555's are a great tire. It's been raining all day and the grip is real nice. I hit a deep water puddle at about 40/45 mph and they separated the water very nice never felt it hydroplane. At one point I was in 1st at about 20 mph and buried my foot in it. Yes the 275's broke lose but most tires will on a wet soaked road. I will say the car stayed straighter than the stock 235 Perelli's did on a dry road when spinning the tires. Can't wait to see how they react on a dry road surface. Best visual/performance mod I have done well worth the $1500!!!

I quick question on the TPMS? My low pressure light has not come one since installing my new wheels and tires. Can the system in the car automatically sense the new TPMS in the tires. I know the light and system works in the car I had a slow leak a few months ago and the light came on then. I'm waiting on the synchronizing tool for the TPMS to come USPS but looks like I don't need it. Has this happened to anyone else?
It hasn't happened to me but I do believe that the light won't come on because your old tires are no longer on the car so there is nothing for the sensor to relay signal to(or however it works.) You do have to do the resync in order for it to work.
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Old 06-08-2013, 03:00 PM   #23
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It hasn't happened to me but I do believe that the light won't come on because your old tires are no longer on the car so there is nothing for the sensor to relay signal to(or however it works.) You do have to do the resync in order for it to work.
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