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Old 09-09-2013, 04:47 PM   #1
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Some goodies installed

MRT Rear Window Louvers

Cervinis Tinted Rear Tail Lights

SHR Flush Mount Quarter Window Louvers (installed earlier this year).
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Looks good...thinking about that setup for mine.
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That's freaking sweeeet !!!!! Thumb !
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Looks nice. What rims did you put on her?
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Looks nice. What rims did you put on her?
Looks like roush.
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Where's you get the Taillights?
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MRT Rear Window Louvers

Cervinis Tinted Rear Tail Lights

SHR Flush Mount Quarter Window Louvers (installed earlier this year).
1. Thank you for your service sir its greatly appreciated.

2. LOOKS SICK!!!! Love the whole setup bro especially those flush louvers
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Looks good...thinking about that setup for mine.
I, of course, like it. The extra couple of bucks is worth it to me for being able to prop it up to clean the rear window. Thanks.
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Looks nice. What rims did you put on her?
Roush Hyperblack five spoke 20x9.5 with their Cooper RS3-S 275/35zr20. I'm thinking of getting a set of the RS3-A for Winter.
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Where's you get the Taillights?
Cervinis. Read the fine print. They have a $550 core deposit. I had to go around and around with them because they didn't include the shipping labels. You need two. Supposedly they have a back-log of 4-6 weeks. I got mine in just under 3 weeks.

I love the tail lights. Their customer service leaves something to be desired. Supposedly I dealt with their manager of customer service. It took two unanswered e-mails and 4 or 5 phone calls and being on hold for I don't know how long to get the shipping labels. IMHO, that guy has no conception of what customer service is. When I asked how to contact the owner, he wouldn't give me the info. I know that if a client wasn't satisfied, I'd want to know immediately.
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Cervinis. Read the fine print. They have a $550 core deposit. I had to go around and around with them because they didn't include the shipping labels. You need two. Supposedly they have a back-log of 4-6 weeks. I got mine in just under 3 weeks.

I love the tail lights. Their customer service leaves something to be desired. Supposedly I dealt with their manager of customer service. It took two unanswered e-mails and 4 or 5 phone calls and being on hold for I don't know how long to get the shipping labels. IMHO, that guy has no conception of what customer service is. When I asked how to contact the owner, he wouldn't give me the info. I know that if a client wasn't satisfied, I'd want to know immediately.
Thanks for the info man I found their site and was really thinking about ordering these lights but with seeing the trouble you encountered with the refund for your old lights, I'm skeptical....
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What kind of rear window louvers do u have?? They look flush to the car profile! I love em!!
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MRT Rear Window Louvers

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SHR Flush Mount Quarter Window Louvers (installed earlier this year).
I'm likin' that "Semper Fi"!!! I'm working on a USMC theme...
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I'm likin' that "Semper Fi"!!! I'm working on a USMC theme...
If i did a marine theme car i would go matte black with the gold anchor and eagle symbol on the hood gold strips on the sides and black windows front and all i would also put a gun armory in the back with some ar's and m1911s and mabye a grenade shift knob
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What kind of rear window louvers do u have?? They look flush to the car profile! I love em!!
Silver Horse Racing. AM also carries them, but unpainted. Got them painted from shr and they match the paint on the car. Indeed, they are flush and you remove the quarter window glass. You don't really lose any visibility. You have to do a little trimming to the plastic trim inside but it's a pretty straight forward installed from what I hear from other guys on this forum. I had a shop install them because I was getting ready to have back surgery.

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I'm likin' that "Semper Fi"!!! I'm working on a USMC theme...
It'd be great if you could find a faux gas cap with the USMC seal!!!

I posted too soon. I should've looked at the pictures first! How did you manage that?
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I posted too soon. I should've looked at the pictures first! How did you manage that?
Pulled the cap, removed the "GT" center and used a Dremel to cut the hump out of the cap, leaving the mounting clips intact. Diamond clear coated the medallion and sealed it in the center.
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Pulled the cap, removed the "GT" center and used a Dremel to cut the hump out of the cap, leaving the mounting clips intact. Diamond clear coated the medallion and sealed it in the center.
Outstanding!!! Unfortunately I'm not artistically inclined. Your pony is really beautiful.
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here is my contribution of new parts

I added the raxiom projectors from AMERICAN MUSCLE, thanks guys at A.M. And put on a Trufiber carbon fiber grill too. The carbon looks amazing in person.
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I added the raxiom projectors from AMERICAN MUSCLE, thanks guys at A.M. And put on a Trufiber carbon fiber grill too. The carbon looks amazing in person.
Kool!!! That front really sets your car apart from the rest of the herd. I was thinking about power gains next season. Maybe I'll do the front next. At my age, I question if I really need more power than the original Coyote gives me.
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Kool!!! That front really sets your car apart from the rest of the herd. I was thinking about power gains next season. Maybe I'll do the front next. At my age, I question if I really need more power than the original Coyote gives me.
You could always have more power!!
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JAYMAN33 is RIGHT!

I agree with jayman33 and add more power. I have done a Steeda CAI, Boss intake manifold, A.R. LT headers and o/r X-pipe and Bassani axle-back. An SCT Livewire TS id handling tuning duties with a BAMA 93 octane race tune that is a little on the conservative side, but that's fine with me since my AFR is spot on, and I made 400 RWHP and almost 350 LB ft. The next mod is gonna be a throttle body, I just have to decide on the 85mm or the 90mm.
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I agree with jayman33 and add more power. I have done a Steeda CAI, Boss intake manifold, A.R. LT headers and o/r X-pipe and Bassani axle-back. An SCT Livewire TS id handling tuning duties with a BAMA 93 octane race tune that is a little on the conservative side, but that's fine with me since my AFR is spot on, and I made 400 RWHP and almost 350 LB ft. The next mod is gonna be a throttle body, I just have to decide on the 85mm or the 90mm.
Go with MPT for ur tuning bro you will see a good 10hp gain over bama. And 90mm of gtfo hahaha
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Thanks Charlie!!! I will look into that for sure.
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Thanks Charlie!!! I will look into that for sure.
No prob. I always had some issues with bama. Mainly surging problems and I had lean spikes. I had to do bunch of data logging and half the time it didnt even help. I tried out mpt and was not disappointed. You can also try AED, VMP, Lund Racing, and steeda.
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No prob. I always had some issues with bama. Mainly surging problems and I had lean spikes. I had to do bunch of data logging and half the time it didnt even help. I tried out mpt and was not disappointed. You can also try AED, VMP, Lund Racing, and steeda.
+1 for VMP tunes. Just got my car back yesterday after adding American racing lts and an off road h abd a jlt cai and holy ****. The speedo moves as fast as some cars tach. It's insane.
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Silver Horse Racing. AM also carries them, but unpainted. Got them painted from shr and they match the paint on the car. Indeed, they are flush and you remove the quarter window glass. You don't really lose any visibility. You have to do a little trimming to the plastic trim inside but it's a pretty straight forward installed from what I hear from other guys on this forum. I had a shop install them because I was getting ready to have back surgery. ---------- Post added at 11:08 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:06 AM ---------- It'd be great if you could find a faux gas cap with the USMC seal!!! I posted too soon. I should've looked at the pictures first! How did you manage that?
I have a question for you. Those louvers are the vents closed off on the inside of the car or does it actually allow air to flow thru? I'm wanting to get them but don't want it to be cold in my car in the winter lol
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I have a question for you. Those louvers are the vents closed off on the inside of the car or does it actually allow air to flow thru? I'm wanting to get them but don't want it to be cold in my car in the winter lol

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+1...they go over the glass...it's not just the louver replacing the rear glass window. It goes over the window
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