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Old 08-17-2014, 12:11 PM   #36
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Put the mirror covers on! Instructions can not be simpler and the whole process is pop old ones off put new ones on. Couldn't be easier, right?
Wrong. The instructions say "old ones should slide right off, if not use a flat head to Gently lift them off"
Surprise. Old ones wouldn't come off. After 10 minutes of literally shoving a flat head in there and pushing all my weight to lever it and smack it and everything else in the world they finally came off.
Right cover snapped directly into place in literally a second.
Left one? Nope.
Spent another 10 minutes trying to get it on. This thing just wouldn't freaking go on. Everything was lined up. Slid it on, no click. Something was wrong with the mirror cover and the part where it's supposed to click into your mirror wouldn't click, it was too small.... I literally pushed this thing for 10 minutes I was worried I would break my mirror off.... I also did not want to smash the thing so I couldn't return it.
After 10 minutes I just got so mad and said F it and just smacked the thing as hard as I could until it snapped on. The edge of it won't line up still but you can't notice it. Literally can't get it off to put it back on. Guess it's a good thing I like them because that mirror cover is not coming off besides smashing it with a hammer.
All in all, a simple 5 minute install turned into 30 minutes of cursing and sweating... But I got them on
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I really like the look of these! They make the car look more refined/expensive/high end if that makes sense. Really evens out the flow of the car top to bottom on the front end. Sucks that I got a bad pair, but I didn't want to ship them back, get a new pair, and repeat. Plus my stock ones were not going back on and I didn't want to drive around with out mirror covers for a few days. Let me know what you guys think!


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Mirror covers look great!! Lol sucks about the install tho. Gotta love aftermarket fitment!!
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Mirror covers look great!! Lol sucks about the install tho. Gotta love aftermarket fitment!!
I'm super happy with the look of them... glad I took some people on here's advice on them and spent the $. Really helps the look of the car out. They really make a huge difference in colors like Grabber blue because the stock plastic black ones stand out so much more and look so cheap...
And about the exhaust: I am personally totally turned off from Pypes after having their axleback. I would just spend the extra $150 and get the Borla CB or get something custom fabbed. With letting your exhaust flow.... I really don't think I will benefit from it as I have the catalytic converters on. Maybe with a cat delete mid pipe or high flow cat's in combination with a bigger TB I would get a few HP out of it, but I have to have cat's on in NYS and high flow cat's aren't in the budget right now. It's get the Borla's on, ceramic headers, front end conversion, then LCA's, then save for a procharger/turbo kit. I really stick to my build list and do hours of research on everything before making decisions. Wish they had a procharger booth at the AM show. I have only been modding my car for about 5 months now, and I've done so much in such little time thanks to laying out a strict build list and order, shopping for the best deals possible, and taking the advice of people on here. If you don't have a build list and order written out, I highly recommend doing so. It will save you a lot of $ and time!
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Does anyone know how to remove the faux gascap on the '12 mustangs? My trufiber did not come with instructions... advice is very much appreciated.
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Does anyone know how to remove the faux gascap on the '12 mustangs? My trufiber did not come with instructions... advice is very much appreciated.
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Thanks! I could only find instructions for the 13-14 and those involved taking off the entire decklid. I am going to try fishing wire and then a plastic spatula or sptula with some cardboard underneath. After I get it off I should be fine to use the application pen supplied and just put the Trufiber one on with the supplied 3M, nothing else?
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After I get it off I should be fine to use the application pen supplied and just put the Trufiber one on with the supplied 3M, nothing else?
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You sure a Procharger is legal in NY?
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This thing does not wanna F'ing come off. Bent the spatula already


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Yes sir, the black is paint correct?

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oh ok lol. Yes just slap the new one on now.

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you Did a good job with the plasti dip though. Looked like matte paint from my phone.

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Haha, could have warned you about those mirror covers. Did mine after a lot of swearing and tugging and pushing.

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Get it on there now

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Thanks! I dip a lot of things and a few cars, I actually did that with just a rattle can lol.
Sorry for the delay, took a water break then couldn't get it to sit even on the panel and had to keep tearing it up and re applying it so it would be as close to perfect as I could get it, than had to clean all the residue from the 3m off and take some pics! It looks really really good. I'm quite happy with it! Next is the Roush rear diffuser which will finish my rear conversion.
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Looks real good bud. I like it

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Looks real good bud. I like it

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Thank you! And thanks for the advice on the fishing wire, that really helped I don't think I would have gotten it off without that. It also really helped the first few times I placed the Trufiber panel, once that 3M even touches something it does not want to come off.

I couldn't get my hands on an RTR or this panel for the longest time. I found it for sale at the AM show at the Trufiber booth and was able to snag one, since they don't list it on their website. Couldn't be happier with how it turned out, well worth the extra $70 or so dollars over the cheap looking plastic panels.

Thanks again for all the help!
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I like the spoiler...real sporty but low key
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I like the spoiler...real sporty but low key
I had a hard time deciding between that and the GT500 one, but I wanted it to stand out and be different. Very happy I chose the GT/CS one. I also really like the MMD ducktail spoiler
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Looks good dude. Some times it's the small things that make the big difference. Tomorrow my Roush side splitters will be here, it's a subtle mod but it should look good. I got the rears too.

I see you're looking at a Pro charger kit. This would be nice but you know this will be big money right? I'm not sure of the price of the one for the Mustang but I looked into one for my 350z and the kit, install and tune it was over 7000.00.
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Looks good dude. Some times it's the small things that make the big difference. Tomorrow my Roush side splitters will be here, it's a subtle mod but it should look good. I got the rears too.

I see you're looking at a Pro charger kit. This would be nice but you know this will be big money right? I'm not sure of the price of the one for the Mustang but I looked into one for my 350z and the kit, install and tune it was over 7000.00.
Thank you! I have a question on the side splitters. I already have some black plastic splitters from the factory. Will the Roush ones replace those or go over them and extend them? If so, by how much? I really can't tell by looking at pictures.
And with the procharger and tune I am looking at 5.8-6k. I would do the install myself with my uncle to save a bunch of $. I've been putting a few hundred bucks here and a few hundred there when I can spare it away for it... Looking at around 2 years away from it, since I like modding too much to go cold turkey and just save for a year. Also, would like to keep the warranty as long as I can (they don't know its tuned).
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Put the mirror covers on! Instructions can not be simpler and the whole process is pop old ones off put new ones on. Couldn't be easier, right?
Wrong. The instructions say "old ones should slide right off, if not use a flat head to Gently lift them off"
Surprise. Old ones wouldn't come off. After 10 minutes of literally shoving a flat head in there and pushing all my weight to lever it and smack it and everything else in the world they finally came off.
Right cover snapped directly into place in literally a second.
Left one? Nope.
Spent another 10 minutes trying to get it on. This thing just wouldn't freaking go on. Everything was lined up. Slid it on, no click. Something was wrong with the mirror cover and the part where it's supposed to click into your mirror wouldn't click, it was too small.... I literally pushed this thing for 10 minutes I was worried I would break my mirror off.... I also did not want to smash the thing so I couldn't return it.
After 10 minutes I just got so mad and said F it and just smacked the thing as hard as I could until it snapped on. The edge of it won't line up still but you can't notice it. Literally can't get it off to put it back on. Guess it's a good thing I like them because that mirror cover is not coming off besides smashing it with a hammer.
All in all, a simple 5 minute install turned into 30 minutes of cursing and sweating... But I got them on
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I really like the look of these! They make the car look more refined/expensive/high end if that makes sense. Really evens out the flow of the car top to bottom on the front end. Sucks that I got a bad pair, but I didn't want to ship them back, get a new pair, and repeat. Plus my stock ones were not going back on and I didn't want to drive around with out mirror covers for a few days. Let me know what you guys think!


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They make your car look great!!! I couldn't believe the difference a small painted mirror cover made on the overall look of the car. Thumbs!

Btw, my covers were a pain to get on also, I thought I was going to leave marks from the flat head screw driver on my mirror, or worse snap it right off. Lol.

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They make your car look great!!! I couldn't believe the difference a small painted mirror cover made on the overall look of the car. Thumbs!

Btw, my covers were a pain to get on also, I thought I was going to leave marks from the flat head screw driver on my mirror, or worse snap it right off. Lol.

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Thank you! Yeah they just totally transform the look of the car, it's pretty crazy.
What's crazier is how hard they were to get on! I also thought I would snap my mirror off. The screw driver was just not working so I used the edge of a bottle opener instead, a little smaller. I just have to do the rear valance and the front end conversion and my car is done looks wise! finishing exhaust and performance this month too... So excited to be this close to having the pony almost complete.
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Thank you! I have a question on the side splitters. I already have some black plastic splitters from the factory. Will the Roush ones replace those or go over them and extend them? If so, by how much? I really can't tell by looking at pictures.
They look like this, and yes they go over your factory rocker panels.



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I like them! Thanks for the pic it's the first one I've seen that I can actually see what it looks like compared to the stock rocker. Do you have to drill and bolt them in? Or do they just snap on.
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Car looks great the rear spoiler was also a good choice. Just a thought you ever considered having the bottom of the spoiler painted black I think it will flow well with the rear panel. Not that it doesn't look good as is


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Awesome!

Where did you get the "Trufiber carbon fiber rear decklid emblem delete panel"?

I want to buy one and drill some holes to install a pony emblem to make my rear end look like a 2015

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So I grabbed some new mods at the AM show today. I placed my order 1 hour after the show started and they were out of stock on Borla S types. How do you not stock up on your premiere exhaust.... Really miffed about it, I especially went to order early just to make sure I got them.....
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Trufiber carbon fiber rear decklid emblem delete panel !!! Can't wait to get it on really happy I found this

Still pissed about the Borla's.... Borla said to call Monday and see if I could get it direct from them.... Was so pissed about the Borla's I didn't get the headers either since I didn't want them with no exhaust.... I got to test rev the demo car with them on and everything . Hope I can get them soon. Super happy with my lowering kit, glad I got the painted mirror covers finally, and am too pumped I found the trufiber! Mirror covers and trufiber will go on tomorrow!


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I was debating it, as well as having the 4 "posts" painted black like the OEM one. That may be something to do after I finish my front end conversion. I'm on a really low mod budget right now as I just paid my tuition bill.... . Maybe after Christmas rolls around I'll have some $ to get that done. I do like the black look a lot under the spoiler. With the rear panel it will look awesome too. Maybe I will play around with some plastidip to see how it looks!
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Awesome!

Where did you get the "Trufiber carbon fiber rear decklid emblem delete panel"?

I want to buy one and drill some holes to install a pony emblem to make my rear end look like a 2015
I picked it up at the AM show from the Trufiber vendor there who wrote me the part # on an order form. They are not listed on AM or on Trufibers website, so I figured I would ask and hope and they had them! Maybe you can only get them at shows? I know stage3 has some but they don't look right to me from the pictures
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I like them! Thanks for the pic it's the first one I've seen that I can actually see what it looks like compared to the stock rocker. Do you have to drill and bolt them in? Or do they just snap on.
Yeah the published pictures from Roush suck so bad. They don't know how to use their cameras. Yes, you drill holes but the holes only go through the plastic stock panels, not metal. Unless you mess up and drill too far, so don't do that, hah!

However, I was not at all satisfied with the push pins they provided to secure it. I could push down the splitter with just two fingers. So I drilled an extra hole at the front and screwed my own automotive screws in.

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The side splitters are an easy install.

About half way down the page is a install video.

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The side splitters are an easy install.

About half way down the page is a install video.

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Thanks! The one thing that AM lacks is good install videos like LMR and CJPP
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