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Old 08-04-2013, 01:09 PM   #1
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Appearence opinions help!

I got this 2013 v6 back in April so far I've done window tint quarter louvers and a bama tuner. I always feel like my front end is missing something or the whole car just needs something appearance wise it looks too plane I need suggestions on what to do and I'm on a budget too.
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Old 08-04-2013, 01:23 PM   #2
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I LOVE that color!!! Wheels/tires and a real spoiler with some stripes and painted mirror covers would make it look awesome! My car came looking exactly like yours minus your spoiler....man that's a beautiful color!!!!!

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Old 08-04-2013, 01:31 PM   #3
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Looks like yo need to get yourself some new wheels.
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Don't like my wheels? 2010 19" gt premium with pirelli p zeros.
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Old 08-04-2013, 01:40 PM   #5
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Don't like my wheels?
Pretty sure he is talking about the OP's wheels. Your wheels are sexy FastFord. I hate the stock 17s IMO they are ugly and make the car look a lot less mean with those bicycle tires lmao.

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Pretty sure he is talking about the OP's wheels. Your wheels are sexy FastFord. I hate the stock 17s IMO they are ugly and make the car look a lot less mean with those bicycle tires lmao.
OP I would go on AM (american muscle) and look at some AMR rims. They are great quality great looking for a great price. That is if you don't like your stock wheels.
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Pretty sure he is talking about the OP's wheels. Your wheels are sexy FastFord. I hate the stock 17s IMO they are ugly and make the car look a lot less mean with those bicycle tires lmao.

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OP I would go on AM (american muscle) and look at some AMR rims. They are great quality great looking for a great price. That is if you don't like your stock wheels.
Lol, thanks bro. AM saved the day for me, once my stock 17s came off and the new ones went on it completely changed the look of my car! Op wheels/tires alone will make your ride look awesome! And surprisingly enough the painted mirror covers from AM made a huge improvement also!
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Fastford, your wheels look good! I was talking about OP.

OP-- get some dark wheels and it will look great.
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What size tires and rims do u guys think this is my daily driver. But I take it to the track on weekends.
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Don't like my wheels? 2010 19" gt premium with pirelli p zeros.
I keep looking at your wheels and keep wondering what mine would look like with some Chrome Bullitts I found. Good Looking Car FastFord

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What size tires and rims do u guys think this is my daily driver. But I take it to the track on weekends.
I would go with at least an 18, and wide enough to run a 255 tire for better traction at the track, or go staggered and run some 295 out back.
But since it is a Daily driver I would keep it square so you can rotate them.
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What size tires and rims do u guys think this is my daily driver. But I take it to the track on weekends.
I would go for 255-275s and 18/19 inch rims. Makes the car look much much meaner and will help with your launches too at the track.
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I keep looking at your wheels and keep wondering what mine would look like with some Chrome Bullitts I found. Good Looking Car FastFord

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I would go with at least an 18, and wide enough to run a 255 tire for better traction at the track, or go staggered and run some 295 out back.
But since it is a Daily driver I would keep it square so you can rotate them.
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I am a firm believer in doing to much means doing it wrong. Change your wheels. Drop it a little and maybe a chin spoiler. Other then that. I think stripes are wack unless factory. And wheels will always set your ride apart from others. JMO. All I did was black out my car. I get compliments all day.
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I am a firm believer in doing to much means doing it wrong. Change your wheels. Drop it a little and maybe a chin spoiler. Other then that. I think stripes are wack unless factory. And wheels will always set your ride apart from others. JMO. All I did was black out my car. I get compliments all day.
yeah but EVERYONE and their MOTHER does black on black... it's soooooo 2009.... lol
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Since you are on a budget when it comes to mods I would say Plastidip your rims. Very cheap and easy to do yourself. It will change the look of your whole car.

If you still have a little extra money to burn I would say smoke your front and rear side markers. This is also very cheap to do as well as very easy

All that will definitely be under $75 and you will feel like you have a whole new car
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Since you are on a budget when it comes to mods I would say Plastidip your rims. Very cheap and easy to do yourself. It will change the look of your whole car.

If you still have a little extra money to burn I would say smoke your front and rear side markers. This is also very cheap to do as well as very easy

All that will definitely be under $75 and you will feel like you have a whole new car
I had the rims plasti dipped but I just feel like everyone has black rims now but I will do the side markers
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I got this 2013 v6 back in April so far I've done window tint quarter louvers and a bama tuner. I always feel like my front end is missing something or the whole car just needs something appearance wise it looks too plane I need suggestions on what to do and I'm on a budget too.
Some 18 inch Chrome Bullits would look SIC....
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Great looking car! Charcoal AMRs looks great on the DIB. But you stated that your front end needs work. Maybe with the new shoes, you can throw in a new grill as well.

That's one plus with the 13+. You can swap any grill you want too. I would love to have the boss or the gt grill, but I have to replace the whole front end to make that happen. :-/
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I am a firm believer in doing to much means doing it wrong. Change your wheels. Drop it a little and maybe a chin spoiler. Other then that. I think stripes are wack unless factory. And wheels will always set your ride apart from others. JMO. All I did was black out my car. I get compliments all day.
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I got this 2013 v6 back in April so far I've done window tint quarter louvers and a bama tuner. I always feel like my front end is missing something or the whole car just needs something appearance wise it looks too plane I need suggestions on what to do and I'm on a budget too.
Here some ideas

Boss stripping and plasti dip pony grill

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What does '227' stand for?
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What does '227' stand for?
The cubic size of our 3.7 engine. Like 5.0 has 302 cubic size. Lol
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Thanks. I might add that to my stang. Cool.
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Thanks. I might add that to my stang. Cool.
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