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Old 05-09-2012, 07:54 PM   #1
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Just Had Heat Extactors Painted & Got a Painted Engine Cover!

Went in to have the headlight replaced (defect in the LED strip) and drove away with painted heat extractors and a new painted engine cover
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Love the painted heat extractors. Much better. Isn't it standard on the CS? Engine cover looks great too and those stripes! Any plans for wheels?
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Love the painted heat extractors. Much better. Isn't it standard on the CS? Engine cover looks great too and those stripes! Any plans for wheels?
Yup. They're standard on the CS. I want black wheels but not to sure which ones yet.. Next mod will probably be a light bar/roll bar, then short throw shifter.
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That is a beautiful car!
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Yup. They're standard on the CS. I want black wheels but not to sure which ones yet.. Next mod will probably be a light bar/roll bar, then short throw shifter.
Very nice ur making me wanna pull the trigger sooner on doing underhood mods... I have the redline bolt-on hoodstruts on the way, I think I'm gonna start by painting the brackets of the struts race red along with the coilcovers with black"powered by ford" lettering and part of the engine cover red I'm gonna get it done at a body shop tho.... did u do yourself??
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That is a beautiful car!
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Very nice ur making me wanna pull the trigger sooner on doing underhood mods... I have the redline bolt-on hoodstruts on the way, I think I'm gonna start by painting the brackets of the struts race red along with the coilcovers with black"powered by ford" lettering and part of the engine cover red I'm gonna get it done at a body shop tho.... did u do yourself??
Funny story actually.. I went to the dealership just to have to headlight replaced but decided to ask about the heat extractors and ended up doing that. But later that day the dealership texted me and sent me a picture of the engine cover and said they had it just laying around because some guy painted his car a different color and he didn't want the red one anymore. So I bought it from the dealership for $125. I read somewhere that it cost over $300 to get it painted from the dealership...
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Are the heat extractors functional? I really like the way that they came out. I might Dremel a set into my hood it the future. Lol
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Are the heat extractors functional? I really like the way that they came out. I might Dremel a set into my hood it the future. Lol
Yup. They're totally functional. I want a a new grille and new hood scoop. I'm thinking roush. Here's a pictures of one from my dealership.
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Wow your Mustang is sick! Love that hood for sure!
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