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Old 11-27-2014, 06:27 PM   #1
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Boss 302 rear valence w/ Roush?

I have the Roush AB and was wondering if the tips would stick out too much if I installed the Boss 302/Cal special valence that Ford sells on their site, its super cheap at $130.00


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Nope, should be similar to your stock one. While the part is cheap, take a look at the install. It's pretty in depth. Not necessarily complicated, but it takes a good chunk of time.

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Nope, should be similar to your stock one. While the part is cheap, take a look at the install. It's pretty in depth. Not necessarily complicated, but it takes a good chunk of time.

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Awesome thanks, time isn't an issue for me, but drilling or cutting is, so not having to do any of that plus the price makes it a winner for me.


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If you plan on going with the boss 302 rear diffuser you will definitely have to drill and cut your car. I installed one on my mustang over the summer and it was a big project. But in the end I was extremely happy how it came out! Taking off the bumper cover is the best way to go. The inside of the bumper cover already has all the cut lines marked out from the factory.Click image for larger version

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Yeah I knew one of them required cutting, just forgot which one. Doesn't look too bad, just probably time consuming.

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It's definitely time consuming. The worst of it is making the first cut because you know there's no turning back, hahaha.



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