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Old 01-08-2013, 11:08 PM   #1
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New roush side splitters installed

How does she look?
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Nice looks good. Have you thought about adding the hood scoop?
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Nice looks good. Have you thought about adding the hood scoop?
What hood scoop would that be?
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I've got these too. They are a pita to keep clean. Lol, but they look good.
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I believe it's the roush one
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I believe it's the roush one
I don't recall seeing an 13' hood scoops?
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I don't know if it was roush but there is one for yiure model
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I'll have to look for it
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This mod is next on my list ... it will look good with the RTR chin spoiler / splitter.

Looks great!
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I've got these too. They are a pita to keep clean. Lol, but they look good.
Looks good! And I notice my car stays cleaner while the skirts get dirty.
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Looks good, I may have to get me one those too. ;o)
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They look great and make the car seem lower! I also got the rear side and looks awesome.
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Looks good. Could you fit your drill under the car without jacking the car up? What about for the roush chin splitter? Did you have to use a jack and jack stands?
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Looks good. Could you fit your drill under the car without jacking the car up? What about for the roush chin splitter? Did you have to use a jack and jack stands?
I didn't do the four drill holes yet. I'm waiting till I put my car on a lift to do my suspension next week.
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Looks good op! What kind of chin do you have on the car? It looks great too

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They look great and make the car seem lower! I also got the rear side and looks awesome.
Rear fascia with muffler tips... Wing... Wheels... Color. It all looks so great. What an awesome car!

Sorry one quick question... Don't mean to thread jack, but are those the ford racing wheels or the ones from late model resto or other replicas? I've been looking at them recently. Thanks!
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[QUOTE="06blackvert;1472841"]Looks good op! What kind of chin do you have on the car? It looks great too

It's a street scene gen 2 chin spoiler from stage3motorsports.
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The wheels are original laguna seca from LMR.
19x9 and 19x10 in the back.
For the front splitter you HAVE TO lift the car, i used ramps and also for the side spritters and for the rear splitters i didnt lift the car i used a dremel and it took less than half an hour.
It is all very easy to do with EXCELLENT instructions from roush that came in the box.
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I didn't do the four drill holes yet. I'm waiting till I put my car on a lift to do my suspension next week.
I had to use a lift.
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I had to use a lift.
It can be done without one if you have one of those cheap angled drill guns. There's like 30$ from harbor freight. They are powered by double aa's I think. Still would probably need to jack it up a bit though.
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Svilla00 - Thats what I thought. A guy on another forum has one on his dib too. It's the only way to have a 13 IMO! Looks great

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The wheels are original laguna seca from LMR.
19x9 and 19x10 in the back.
For the front splitter you HAVE TO lift the car, i used ramps and also for the side spritters and for the rear splitters i didnt lift the car i used a dremel and it took less than half an hour.
It is all very easy to do with EXCELLENT instructions from roush that came in the box.
Very cool. They look great on your car
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That's what I had. A Black n Decker angle driver but the bit was too long. My Mustang is slammed dood. Lol
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Looks good. Seems like there will be a number of DIB '13s with that chin/side combo. Both are on my wish list.
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