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Old 06-14-2015, 01:11 AM   #1
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good, cheap birthday present?

any ideas guys? I'm not looking into any hardcore performance mods, but i get some money around my bday that I could put towards the good ol stang. I was thinking of caliper covers, but even at 200 i can't imagine spending bday money all on that.. such a ripoff, but the red ones would look nice even with my stock rims

idk what else to get. I don't want louvers because I've got the blackout vinyls on my back windows and i like how they look better. I'm going to get an estimate on tinting my rear window soon, because i def wanna do that. but i mean, what else? whats an easy, cheap, do it yourself kinda thing to get?

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The caliper covers are pretty sweet. I have a set of matte black ones. You can also get some taillight trim. Subtle, but adds a nice touch. An oil separator catch can is always a smart investment. Not a performance mod, but helps reduce sludge buildup by separating the oil vapors from recycling back into the engine.
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Just paint the calipers..
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good, cheap birthday present?

Might help listing current mods. And there's not a whole lot that can be done for under 200. Might be better off just saving for something you really want.


Depending on what you have the following are all fairly cheap: spoiler, window louvers, tint, speakers, intake (although they don't really add any hp), strut tower brace, intake tube if you don't want a whole intake, shorty antenna, or there's random interior pieces in brushed silver that relaxes the chrome or carbon fiber layover pieces.

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This will add a completely new look to your front. It's just my opinion but caliper covers look very cheap and fake. Like autozone stick on accessories.
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if you have a base model upgraded spkrs. I'd paint calipers b4 covers
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New headlights maybe or take that $200 to help purchase something more expensive.

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200 isn't my max, but i don't want to spend a lot right now since i'm sure i'll be paying out the *** for tinting, you know? seems expensive around here.

caliper covers, to me, look cool. the red accenting on the black car, and it'll help with brake dust on those rims. a spoiler would be nice, but i can't make up my mind which i like, bc i honestly don't really like any of them that much except the stock one that came with the damn camera lol. i'm just not a huge fan of all the spoilers they have out there..plus, i have no desire to drill my own holes bc i know i'll F something up, and again, bringing stuff somewhere to get done will be paying out the *** here.

i was thinking of the cervinis grille months ago, but never really did it. i ended up liking my stock grille as it is, so i didn't bother.

i've already got borla ataks, rear tail light tint, vinyl rear window blackouts, and the strut tower brace. stuff is just so damn expensive lol

i was thinking of new speakers too, but i haven't changed speakers in a car since, oh i'd say 2007 when i put alpines in my old nissan frontier. i used to do that stuff all the time when i was younger, but now i just hate the fact of feeling that i'd take that door panel, F up something with the connections or something, and royally screw up lol..i like the idea of having my brand new virgin car that hasn't been touched and ripped apart by me lol...but i suppose speakers are a good idea, although i'm honestly surprised with the quality of the crappy little paper ones in the car already. a lot of people say doing the speakers gives a bit of a difference, but it's all still held back by the head unit anyway.
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Begin by deciding what you're most interested in: engine bay, interior, exterior, or performance mod. Then decide which item is you're priority and go from there. Decals and 3M stick on stuff and interior is the least expensive. Performance, suspension, exhaust, and rims are all higher end mods. IMO, you will be the happiest once you decide what you really, really love and go for it even if you have to WAIT to get the $$ for it. P.S. If you find a sweet deal then you have permission to jump on it.
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This will add a completely new look to your front. It's just my opinion but caliper covers look very cheap and fake. Like autozone stick on accessories.
Are you showing him an item that is unavailable?
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You could always get the caliper paint and save $180. Some different grille s can be had for under $200 and really change up the look of the front end (billet grilles?)

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But with the normal v6 grille, doesnt he need a new surround? Because of the stock one has chrome.
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I would go with the Roush High flow upper grill if you want an appearance upgrade, I have both the upper and the lower on my car and I love the look of it, and its relatively cheap at just over $200
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But with the normal v6 grille, doesnt he need a new surround? Because of the stock one has chrome.
I think AM's billet grilles simply pop in above the existing stock grille. I am not entirely too sure, however, you do need a new surround for most of the other grille s var the CDC/cervinis one.
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But with the normal v6 grille, doesnt he need a new surround? Because of the stock one has chrome.

I believe that is just with the gt fog light insert of the boss grill center piece because the stock grill is a 2 piece design. The roush and cdc grill I believe are a full grill replacement so it replaces everything including the grill surround so since the v6 and gt share the same bumper they will fit either model


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I believe that is just with the gt fog light insert of the boss grill center piece because the stock grill is a 2 piece design. The roush and cdc grill I believe are a full grill replacement so it replaces everything including the grill surround so since the v6 and gt share the same bumper they will fit either model


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Pony package grille is a full replacement also?
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I've done grille research... certain ones, you use your same chrome insert which sucks, bc i went through a phase where I wanted black like the gt.. so i did plasti dip and it came out bad, so i tore it off and decided to live with chrome. roush grille comes with a black insert, but i like the pony logo, and there's none on that. I liked the Cervinis grille bc of the mesh, but they didn't come with an adapter to add a logo on the side if you wanted, whereas the brand from American muscle does. but no mesh. so i was torn with the grille, and then i wasn't sure how I felt about dropping the bumper down so I just gave up on that idea.

and I've seen painted calipers and they look like garbage. I'd much rather have the covers.

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and I've seen painted calipers and they look like garbage. I'd much rather have the covers.

I'm with you on this. Our calipers are ugly to begin with, and I've never seen a painted caliper that I've liked.

I also just can't bring myself to drop that much dough on some vended sheet metal that cost $1.50 in materials to make. I just can't do it.

I don't know about where you live, but here you can get a good tint job for $200. It's on my to-do list.
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speakers were not bad to do...it took me an afternoon (fronts easy/rears moderate) huge improvement of the OEM kazoos that came in my base 2012. I'm ok with the factory head unit. If you didn't have to reinvent the wheel I'd swap it out but just speakers made a huge differance. I'll 2nd Krypton's jump on it permission.
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ah crap, i forgot about rear speakers hahaha I've only ever had pickups so I only dealt with 2 speakers. damn!

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any ideas guys? I'm not looking into any hardcore performance mods, but i get some money around my bday that I could put towards the good ol stang. I was thinking of caliper covers, but even at 200 i can't imagine spending bday money all on that.. such a ripoff, but the red ones would look nice even with my stock rims

idk what else to get. I don't want louvers because I've got the blackout vinyls on my back windows and i like how they look better. I'm going to get an estimate on tinting my rear window soon, because i def wanna do that. but i mean, what else? whats an easy, cheap, do it yourself kinda thing to get?

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Some relatively inexpensive mods I have done which (IMO) have improved the look of my car have been: shorty antenna, painted mirror covers, new e-brake handle (hated that plastic one). Also, not sure what the terrain/climate is like in your area, but I am so glad I invested in all weather floor mats for my car...has been a life saver during the snowy/rainy months!
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the weather mats are a good idea. I bought weather tech the first day I had the car!

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10-4 on the weather tech. Good call, what he said.
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Love my hood struts they were around a $100, and a few under hood dress up parts!
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i like those hood struts a lot too, but i heard that it can be a real pain in the *** to do this yourself and make sure your hood is aligned right...
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Had no problems but an extra set of hands to help out would be helpful!
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i like those hood struts a lot too, but i heard that it can be a real pain in the *** to do this yourself and make sure your hood is aligned right...

I also just got these myself. Install by myself was way easier than I thought it would be. Took about 30 min. tops to do.
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i like those hood struts a lot too, but i heard that it can be a real pain in the *** to do this yourself and make sure your hood is aligned right...

I had a bit of trouble with the MMD struts, but I had an extra pair of hands which helped out a lot. A good mod to have if you're going to be spending a decent amount of time under the hood


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I prefer the Redline hood struts. Much cleaner looking and you don't have to unbolt your hood to install them.

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i like those hood struts a lot too, but i heard that it can be a real pain in the *** to do this yourself and make sure your hood is aligned right...
Never heard anyone say they were a pain to do. I've done a couple with no real problem.
Nothing to screw up. the worse that can happen is that you take a little longer than typically needed.
Just lower the hood slowly the first time, just in case it is off a bit. Neither of the two cars I did were off alignment. But even if they were,it would be very easy to align.
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For 200 or less, hood struts would be nice. They are cheap, functional, and they give a nice touch to the underhood. Getting the prop rod out of your way makes for easier work space.

Other things are an engine cover. It's the little things that start adding up and makes your car nice. You already have a Premium so you are pretty much set on the interior.
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any ideas guys? I'm not looking into any hardcore performance mods, but i get some money around my bday that I could put towards the good ol stang. I was thinking of caliper covers, but even at 200 i can't imagine spending bday money all on that.. such a ripoff, but the red ones would look nice even with my stock rims

idk what else to get. I don't want louvers because I've got the blackout vinyls on my back windows and i like how they look better. I'm going to get an estimate on tinting my rear window soon, because i def wanna do that. but i mean, what else? whats an easy, cheap, do it yourself kinda thing to get?
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