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Old 06-20-2015, 08:07 PM   #1
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Cervini front

I have the front cervini gt500 grill top and bottom and the chin spoiler.
Let me know what everyone thinks!

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Old 06-20-2015, 08:15 PM   #2
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I know this is about the grille but nice rims 👍


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Hahaha thanks! They were suppose to be hyper grey or something and they came that way it fit perfect there the gt500 rims

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Looks amazing! I have the top one so far and the lower is next. That chin spoiler really completes the look and I'm sure that will be a future mod for me. Nice job man!
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Thanks!!!! The lower grill is a paaaaaain to put on omg! I suggest putting that on before the chin spoiler and taking the splash sheild off before you do it. Mine was a pain it took an hour. It's a great mod though

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Old 06-20-2015, 08:39 PM   #6
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I really dig it. Does the chin spoiler go out as far, as say, the roush one?

Also did you take the option to get it painted? Or did you dip it?
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It makes the car look lower actually it's weird I have the roush as well and it's flat. I picked the option to make it black.

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in regards to the install. Which was easier? Roush or Cervinis?
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The roush hands down! It's faster and the cervini has a lower Lip that makes it difficult to reach the screws

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Old 06-20-2015, 09:04 PM   #10
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I have the roush one on now because of the splash sheild issue I had but I'll send pics tomorrow In the morning there's a huge difference

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Looks great. Now you need the Cervini's hood to go with it.
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I'm dying to get the cervini stalker hood! It'll match perfect

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Looking good!

Agree about those rims, they are sharp. Are they 20s?
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Thanks! Yea there 20s

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We have a very similar set up. I have the same wheels and grille as you but with the roush lip. I was just about to the order the cervini gt500 spoiler too lol. I'm digging it man. Helped me on my decision.

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Actually I have the roush spoiler on now because I had parked wrong in a rush and got the spoiler and bumper caught onto the parking thing. It caused my splash sheild to come off but I might out it back on after I clean it up a bit

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The Cervinis hoods are worth it. I got the Type 4 ram. Almost got the stalker but my wife like the Type 4 better. Although total cost is going to run you around $1000 after paint and install. It's worth it for the drastic appearance change.
Now I need to save around $1700 for new wheels and tires.
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The Cervinis hoods are worth it. I got the Type 4 ram. Almost got the stalker but my wife like the Type 4 better. Although total cost is going to run you around $1000 after paint and install. It's worth it for the drastic appearance change.
Now I need to save around $1700 for new wheels and tires.
How is the fit of these hoods?
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Wow yea I'm looking into it NY wife is likes them all so she's no help...can you post a pic?

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Old 06-21-2015, 02:07 PM   #21
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The fit is perfect. The hood is high quality and extremely heavy. Heavier than factory. I ordered non painted and had a body shop paint it. The most I've ever spent on a mod but makes your Mustang look way different than the rest. The Cervinis hoods with scoops or vents are functional too.
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Wow beautiful! I have a grey one

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