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Old 08-02-2014, 01:00 PM   #1
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New mods! Take a look

So after storming to the Ford dealer and rescuing my car from their clutches.... Here are my new mods! Unique hood stripes I got done, and a GT/CS rear spoiler from AM! I love both and the spoiler totally changes the entire look of the car, makes it look so much more aggressive especially from the side. Here's some pics! Let me know what you think!
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I love the view from the side!!!


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Old 08-02-2014, 01:28 PM   #2
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Normally I'm not a fan of hood stripes because I like a sleeker, cleaner look. But the way you have it without going down all the way really works. I dig it. Wouldn't do it on my own, but I definitely like the look. You're right, the side view is B.A.

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After all the BS it came out nice.
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Old 08-02-2014, 02:57 PM   #5
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Nice! That's my favorite of the spoilers.


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Old 08-02-2014, 03:07 PM   #6
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I think the custom stripes are a success. The spoiler indeed does look great on a side shot, I just dislike how AM doesn't match Ford's paint schemes on the GT500 and GT/CS spoilers. Not the biggest deal, but hey, that's just me... Here's the OEM spoiler for reference.

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Lookin' good!


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Old 08-02-2014, 05:01 PM   #8
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Thanks guys! I had the full length hood stripes on but they started bubbling and then I had to get the hood repainted so I decided to take a risk on the custom stripes and we brainstormed em and they did them and they came out great! I like them a lot they go with the curve of the hood and I have something that's not over done and different than everyone else! Less is more IMO when it comes to these cars... They are do beautifully designed you just need to add little additions to perfect them!
I do like the OEM one better, but I got an amazing deal on the spoiler (1/3 the price AM lists it for) and I love how it came out! The side view is just amazing totally transforms the car! Next is painted mirror covers, then doing the roush rear diffuser with a carbon fiber decklid panel faux gas cap delete, and then I'll start working on my front end conversion this Christmas !!!


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Keep up the good work, your car is looking great.
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Looks great! Well done!! Sure makes a difference.
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I will say the way the stripes cut short at the hood gives it the appearance of being raised higher than the one you have on the hood which is sweet looking. Ive been trying to consider going short or full length on the hood itself and not sure when to stripe the car since I want to get the hood scoop and the spoiler first before I consider doing the stripe...I read here on one AM review that if someone wants to end up going to an AM hood scoop bolt in, best to pinstripe first on the OEM hood then go back and stripe the scoop once the stripes are done, any info you got from the dealer when you asked to do this on the custom job?
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Thanks everyone! I think I like it even more now that it's been a day, now I just have to decide whether to take the plasti-dip off my wheels and put them back to silver or re-dip them for spots around the tires for the AM show the 16th.

I love the way the stripes make the hood pop and seem higher too. I had originally wanted a hood scoop and side louvres and rear window louvres but decided it doesn't look too good in grabber blue, I love the way the cars curves are set up right from the factory.
After a few minutes of gathering the stripes idea in my head, the owner of the body shop said why don't you have it end there and curve and follow the line of the bump in the hood, instead of ending in a flat line, and I decided to take the chance and it came out great! It just adds something else to the hood, the curve is a tiny detail that really makes the hood pop!

I do wish AM painted the spoiler like the OEM one, but I was happy enough with it to not pay to have it painted. I got this spoiler for a STEAL so I am incredibly happy with it!
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I'd redip them the black wheels go good with your set up


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Really digging the wing. Might go for that myself


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Thanks everyone! I really like the GT/CS spoiler it totally transforms the side profile of the car!


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