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Old 05-17-2014, 02:22 PM   #1
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Whats up guys I don't post much ive been in the shadows, but I wanted to share my stang and wanted some feed back... I love this forum lots of good people that help..im in Melbourne Fl rght now for a few months if anyone knows about a stang group around here would be wicked!!!! heres a small list of what I got

13 GT Prem,Performance Pack,3.73Gears,MMD louvers
Boss H-Pipe with side exhaust pipes,Flowmaster Outlaw Axb
Ford Racing-K Springs,J&M Panhard Bar,Eibach Pro Camber Bolts
MMD blackout decklid,Custom 302 decals,Blacked out reflectors and pony
Charcoal Amr Staggerd Sumitomo Wheels 245/45-19 Front, 275/40-19 Rear

And cant make up my mind what to do next so many options!














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Looks good to me man, black out those fogs to complete the look.
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Old 05-17-2014, 05:18 PM   #3
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Window tint maybe

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I don't care how many people have those wheels I still like them and still want them. Nice car.
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I like the idea of the 302's H-pipe with outlaws but that is a good chunk of cash. Mind posting an exhaust clip so I know what I'm missing?
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Def tint the windows.
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Raxiom smoked fog lights will look sick. Have them on my black GT.
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I like the idea of the 302's H-pipe with outlaws but that is a good chunk of cash. Mind posting an exhaust clip so I know what I'm missing?

I actually bought the boss pipe with side exhaust used from a laguna seca owner, for 300$ got a good deal. Il post video soon it sounds mean as hell , and the downshift pops come from underneath bouncing off the pavement and out the back it sounds insane. The new tires make a world of difference.The stock Pzeros made my car ice skate.These staggerd set I grip and have full traction..I know the amr's are well known but some cars pull them off nice
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I would lose the 302 stickers and replace the 5.0 badge with a 302 badge if that's the route you want to go. Having both is a little redundant to me. Nice car
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i wanted the smoked fogs. whats all involved installing them?? A lot of tut's just to replace your grill say to remove your front bumper ,when you can really just pull it right out if you take your time and pop the clips manually/....`I considered the cdc grill but love my fogs but damn it looks mean....
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A mod that makes me smile and won't break your bank? Try a short throw shifter. I have the Barton with two post bracket and love it.
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i wanted the smoked fogs. whats all involved installing them?? A lot of tut's just to replace your grill say to remove your front bumper ,when you can really just pull it right out if you take your time and pop the clips manually/....`I considered the cdc grill but love my fogs but damn it looks mean....

Yeah you have to remove your bumper. The clips are the hardest part because you don't want to break them. And I couldn't pull the bumper because I thought I would break them so I had my dad pull the clips (he's a mechanic) but after I finished the install it wasn't that bad. The results are amazing. Worth all the stress of installing them. I did have a problem with the right fog light but I was able to fix it. It didn't turn on because the wires are to thin and were not making contact. Fold it on 2 parts and then use the clips that come with the fog lights.

Don't change the grill. The GT has an amazing grill, and this fog lights will make it way better
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Yeah you have to remove your bumper. The clips are the hardest part because you don't want to break them. And I couldn't pull the bumper because I thought I would break them so I had my dad pull the clips (he's a mechanic) but after I finished the install it wasn't that bad. The results are amazing. Worth all the stress of installing them. I did have a problem with the right fog light but I was able to fix it. It didn't turn on because the wires are to thin and were not making contact. Fold it on 2 parts and then use the clips that come with the fog lights.

Don't change the grill. The GT has an amazing grill, and this fog lights will make it way better

I hear ya man removing the bumper is a scary thought all the videos make it seem so easy, taking it off i think would be a breeze but putting it back on wouldn't be fun.. I really dig your halos they look brutal. I seen the led ones you can add ontop of the existing then soon realized they make a real setup lol. What light setting do you have yours on to just have the halos running and not the whole light?
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I hear ya man removing the bumper is a scary thought all the videos make it seem so easy, taking it off i think would be a breeze but putting it back on wouldn't be fun.. I really dig your halos they look brutal. I seen the led ones you can add ontop of the existing then soon realized they make a real setup lol. What light setting do you have yours on to just have the halos running and not the whole light?

Actually putting the bumper back is the easiest thing you can do. The clips go right in. The halos connect to the side markers and are turned on with the parking lights.
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I just pulled the bumper yesterday to put the 302 front facial it was extremely easy I did that slimy with smoked foglights behind the grille nothing to it......hardest part was custom fabricating bracket to hold the foglights

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Are those the headlight covers from AM?
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Actually putting the bumper back is the easiest thing you can do. The clips go right in. The halos connect to the side markers and are turned on with the parking lights.
I now i just need a borrow some jackstands and a lift...im not from here don't know anyone lol..im really wanting to go with the smoked halo fogs....thanks for everyones input i really take pride in my stang!!!!!!!!






and yes they are the covers from AM they are just stuck on there for the pictures..Ii couldn't get them to fit right so i didn't perm install them they are cut way to big and scratch the paint infront of the headlight looks wicked though!!
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I've debated ordering them but they got bad reviews for fitment and taking them off at night would suck looks good though lol
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Great looking ride! Very nice.

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I hear ya man removing the bumper is a scary thought all the videos make it seem so easy, taking it off i think would be a breeze but putting it back on wouldn't be fun.. I really dig your halos they look brutal. I seen the led ones you can add ontop of the existing then soon realized they make a real setup lol. What light setting do you have yours on to just have the halos running and not the whole light?
Removing the bumpers on these cars is easy. We have had to remove the front bumper so many times, it is not funny. We also removed the rear bumper to do the Quad exhaust. You should remove the bumper and get accustomed to doing it, because SO many mods require the bumper removed. It really isn't as bad as you might think. It is like riding a bike, once you do it, it is easy from there on out.
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I removed my front bumper for the first time today. It wasn't too bad. Just don't lose any screws and remember where everything goes and you'll be fine.
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Looks so good man. Kind of looks like what I have envisioned for my 3.7
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Car looks great. I'm a bit partial to black myself.

I grew up in Indian Harbour Beach (just over the causeway) and still go back to visit family 1-2 times a year. I probably won't be back in the next few months but let me know if you become permanent.
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Thanks to everyone on your opinions ..Got a few ideas to keep building.. Performance will be last!

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I've debated ordering them but they got bad reviews for fitment and taking them off at night would suck looks good though lol
man I would say no.or maybe I just got a bad set..there just to big and have already scratched the paint in front of the lights...there perfect if your not driving it and its just for show!




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Removing the bumpers on these cars is easy. We have had to remove the front bumper so many times, it is not funny. We also removed the rear bumper to do the Quad exhaust. You should remove the bumper and get accustomed to doing it, because SO many mods require the bumper removed. It really isn't as bad as you might think. It is like riding a bike, once you do it, it is easy from there on out.
Your car looks sick!!!im itching to take the bumper off but just don't have the toolsil find someone that will let me borrow a jack and stands! when I plasi dipped my front pony, just took the radiator cover off,taped off around the bumper and snatched and got 75% of the grill off and u an get to the tabs that are remaining.from in the engine bay came out in 5 min...
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Car looks great. I'm a bit partial to black myself.

I grew up in Indian Harbour Beach (just over the causeway) and still go back to visit family 1-2 times a year. I probably won't be back in the next few months but let me know if you become permanent.
That's cool I love that area..That drive on A1A all the way to BASE is badass everymorning.. Not a lot of stangs here but old stingrays and porches seem to be the popular car!!And theres been 3 shark attacks already this year on the coast here lol
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