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Old 01-18-2015, 11:53 AM   #1
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Finished product

Finally got everything installed and looking good. Rtr decklid, staggered 20's, caliper covers, jlt intake, and mpt tuned.
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Old 01-18-2015, 12:16 PM   #2
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Looks good!

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Old 01-18-2015, 12:18 PM   #3
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Very nice!


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I like the caliper covers. Looks good!

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Old 01-18-2015, 05:28 PM   #5
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Looks great indeed! One thing to know about the caliper covers is that they will not work on any type of dished wheel with a lip or like the stock V6 prem wheels. There isn't enough room between the wheel and caliper.
I have them on my Roush as the stock wheels have no lip.
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Old 01-18-2015, 06:27 PM   #6
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Hot man, looking very polished.
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Old 01-18-2015, 11:08 PM   #7
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Looks great indeed! One thing to know about the caliper covers is that they will not work on any type of dished wheel with a lip or like the stock V6 prem wheels. There isn't enough room between the wheel and caliper.
I have them on my Roush as the stock wheels have no lip.
Yeah I waited till I got my new wheels before putting them on. So far nothing but compliments!

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how do the caliper covers attach?
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Old 01-18-2015, 11:48 PM   #9
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how do the caliper covers attach?
They fit with clips, and you screw them on. Not too hard to be honest. Just have to make sure they fit with out hitting the rotors.

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Old 01-19-2015, 12:20 AM   #10
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That's a damn good looking car but those rims are beautiful, what style are they and where did you get them?!
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That's a damn good looking car but those rims are beautiful, what style are they and where did you get them?!
Thanks! The brand is drag, and depending on what state you live in its either discount tire or America's tire where I got them.
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nice

one wonders how the heck you keep your car looking so polished in the middle of January (said the guy who lives in Kansas).
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Thanks! The brand is drag, and depending on what state you live in its either discount tire or America's tire where I got them.

Oh shoot! those are the Drag DR-34??? man I fell in love with these when I first saw them, they just didn't have anything wide enough for what I'm shooting for.
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Old 01-19-2015, 04:52 PM   #14
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Oh shoot! those are the Drag DR-34??? man I fell in love with these when I first saw them, they just didn't have anything wide enough for what I'm shooting for.
They're 20/10 back, 20/8.5 front. Drive great and I get a lot of compliments. What size were you looking for?
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Old 01-19-2015, 05:04 PM   #15
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Finished?



Looks good, though!
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Looks pretty good. Love the spoiler and calipers but have you checked out any grilles?

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Looks good, though!
Lol yeah finished as far as those mods go...
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Looks pretty good. Love the spoiler and calipers but have you checked out any grilles?

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Thanks man. Yeah I have but I haven't pulled the trigger yet. Def on my to do list though
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Nice looking Mustang! +1 on those Drag wheels, they look sweet!
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Im looking into getting pype bombs installed probably next week. How much louder are they over stock exhaust? Idle, cruising around 35-45 and highway speeds.


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Old 02-02-2015, 09:12 AM   #21
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Take off your mufflers and drive around a bit. Then imagine that sound slightly toned down and refined.

In other words it's loud, it drones, and sounds pretty dang awesome
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Im looking into getting pype bombs installed probably next week. How much louder are they over stock exhaust? Idle, cruising around 35-45 and highway speeds.


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It's pretty damn loud. Cruising isn't bad at all however, there is drone but It really doesn't bother me at all. On the hwy, averaging 70-75mph there is a drone/hum but I LOVE the sound of the pypes when they open up on the road....I highly suggest them and I get complements daily on the sound!


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Alright awesome. My only concern is i have a convertible so it might be louder in the cabin. And im getting 4.10 gears and a steeda race intake so my revs will be quite higher
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Am debating putting the 3.7 emblem on mine... I have friends that tell me "your embarrassing yourself" but I love my car for what it is and am considering it


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Am debating putting the 3.7 emblem on mine... I have friends that tell me "your embarrassing yourself" but I love my car for what it is and am considering it
Don't listen to your friends, they're just jealous. I've got them on mine and get compliments. It's funny sometime though, people will say, "I know what 5.0 means but what does 3.7 mean?" They can't seem to grasp that.
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I got the pony emblem for mine but i may order the 3.7 later i actually think it looks better.
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Btw this is rather embarrassing but i cant seem to find out how to start a thread on this app so how do i do that? 😂
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The deck lid looks great, how hard was the install? I know you have to cut down the hump in the middle.


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The deck lid looks great, how hard was the install? I know you have to cut down the hump in the middle.


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It wasn't too hard, but I had a local shop do the cut for me. It's pretty sweet, of course all the shelbys come after me because they think I have something other than a 6... even though I have the 3.7 lol
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Don't listen to your friends, they're just jealous. I've got them on mine and get compliments. It's funny sometime though, people will say, "I know what 5.0 means but what does 3.7 mean?" They can't seem to grasp that.

Yeah I have the black one with blood red center it compliments the scheme well.

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Nothing wrong with. 3.7 emblem! I've debated taking off my 5.0 in favor of the tri bar pony emblem. That's a sweet looking Mustang and having a 3.7 on it is righteous.
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Great looking car. How is the ride on the new 20" wheels?
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Great looking car. How is the ride on the new 20" wheels?
It's really not that bad. I wanted 18, but these just looked so good ha. Not too smooth, but they have great grip. Nitto does a good job
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What type of nittos do you have on it?


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