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Old 06-27-2014, 05:45 PM   #1
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What should be my first mod?

It's about that time I get my first mod for my car. I'd like to go appearance wise first but I'm open to all options.

I was thinking of getting a CS spoiler along with a rear window louver and plasti dipping my roof black as my first mod.

What do you guys think?


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Old 06-27-2014, 05:55 PM   #2
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I say the GT500 spoiler and the side window louvres. One thing I did to my Mustang that looks really good to are the tail light trim. With the spoiler it looks awesome!!
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I have the fp6 package so I already have the side louvers.

I'll take the GT500 spoiler and tail light trims into consideration cause they both do look nice as well! I can bet they look nicer combined together


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Either spoiler would be a great add. I also added the MMD taillight trim and love the way they look. I'm thinking of adding the louvers myself as well pretty soon. You got any pics of your car?


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I got these pictures so far

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Old 06-27-2014, 06:50 PM   #6
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Nice looking ride. You think about a front grille at all yet? There are many out there to choose from. Another thing that I think would look good on yours if you are going for a blackout look would be to get all the smoked tints from AM. I just did this to all my lenses and loved how it turned out. Just a few ideas for you.


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What I'd love to do is add the boss 302 fog delete grilles but I'm unsure if they sell them for the v6, unless it's the same?

Yeah, I was planning on buying the tints for the side markers


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Red underglow FTW!!! ...

She honestly looks bad a$$ as is but I know you want to put your own personality on it, I'd say exhaust first SLP's or borla... Best sounds out there IMHO take those stock mufflers off...


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Yeah, not sure if I've seen that one either. Well good luck with your decisions and keep us updated with pics of the new items you decide on.


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Old 06-27-2014, 07:22 PM   #10
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I'd love to get borlas with shortys but that's $1,000 just to get them. Not including install :/

Personally I don't like the way the borlas sound. They sound too high and raspy in my opinion. Well, from the videos I've heard :/


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Yea everyone has their preference I love my SLP's, but she looks Devine awready I'd match the sound with the look...


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Get some pype bombs you won't be disappointed, plus for about 300 bucks you can't go wrong. Love the color by the way .


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Well I do like how pypes sound, and I can imagine they'd sound better once I install shortys down the road as well.


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Well, after about a week, I've finally decided to go with the roush exhausts! Once I receive them and install them, I'll try to post a video of how they sound.
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borlas are the way to go

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I'd love to get borlas with shortys but that's $1,000 just to get them. Not including install :/

Personally I don't like the way the borlas sound. They sound too high and raspy in my opinion. Well, from the videos I've heard :/


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it's really hard to judge the sound from videos and they offer them in three flavors depending on your preference. there are reasons for choosing the tones because in most cases the deeper sounds create a "drone" similar to a bad subwoofer. i had a s-type just installed on mine and couldn't be happier. believe me, i did a lot of research prior to and like many people have mentioned in other threads, is the way to go for exhaust.
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it's really hard to judge the sound from videos and they offer them in three flavors depending on your preference. there are reasons for choosing the tones because in most cases the deeper sounds create a "drone" similar to a bad subwoofer. i had a s-type just installed on mine and couldn't be happier. believe me, i did a lot of research prior to and like many people have mentioned in other threads, is the way to go for exhaust.
I second that. Borla s-types dont get the justice from the videos. They are awesome and perfect. No drone and not really loud to annoy the person in the cabin but loud enough to make the head of the people outside turn towards you.
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I have the Ford Racing Sport ones (which I heard are made from Borla and just like their s-type). And I love mine, recommend them 100%. You'll love the S-type then in my opinion.


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