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Old 10-11-2014, 12:44 PM   #36
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I think it looks great... especially since I have the same hood. I think it makes every other mustang look so plain when I see one now. You should get the bottom spoiler too.. really ads

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Looks great!
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Old 10-11-2014, 01:26 PM   #38
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I think it looks great... especially since I have the same hood. I think it makes every other mustang look so plain when I see one now. You should get the bottom spoiler too.. really ads

I saw one yesterday on an 05-09 body, I hate how that hood looks in person.
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Old 10-12-2014, 04:29 PM   #39
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are the nostrils opened or blocked off in the front?
They're open. I have the ram air kit to close them off however. Just haven't installed it yet.


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I saw one yesterday on an 05-09 body, I hate how that hood looks in person.
I think stating you hate it once in a thread is plenty. We understand you dislike the hood.
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They're open. I have the ram air kit to close them off however. Just haven't installed it yet.




I think stating you hate it once in a thread is plenty. We understand you dislike the hood.
Did I? I forgot.
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[QUOTE=Aarskringspier;2106048]They're open. I have the ram air kit to close them off however. Just haven't installed it yet.

whoa whoa... theres a ram air kit for this hood???
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I don't care what anyone says... this hood looks so mean.



So nasty..

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Old 10-12-2014, 08:43 PM   #45
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It would look better if that wasnt the only thing upgraded on the exterior. Get some nice rims and fix the front from looking stock
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They're open. I have the ram air kit to close them off however. Just haven't installed it yet.

whoa whoa... theres a ram air kit for this hood???
They do indeed. I'll install it this week. Mainly got it to cover the vents.
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Old 10-12-2014, 09:32 PM   #47
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It would look better if that wasnt the only thing upgraded on the exterior. Get some nice rims and fix the front from looking stock
I'm deciding what I want next. I live on a ranch so trying to get mods that won't get destroyed.
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It would look better if that wasnt the only thing upgraded on the exterior. Get some nice rims and fix the front from looking stock
Gimme a break, I just got it. I have the front spoiler and its lowered 1'' 1/2.

Plus I'm more into performance anyway. The stock rims are the caliber people usually upgrade to. If I spend any money its going to be a really nice CAI to go with my boss 302 intake or an off road xpipe.
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I'm deciding what I want next. I live on a ranch so trying to get mods that won't get destroyed.

I'd get exhaust, boss manifold and atleast a tune... you don't know what you're missing. Just a tune and the extra noise makes it so much better. I drove some stock one's, not even close. The Koni adjustables really make the car feel so much better and being lower makes it look great.

Whenever I park next to a stock one you can really see a difference. It looks like a totally different model. Most people assume its a shelby
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Old 10-12-2014, 11:52 PM   #50
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I'm not interested in the 302 Manifold. My next will probably be a 302 exhaust with Roush Axlebacks. After that some wheels and wider tires. I'm not in a hurry I drive the F-450 FX4 to keep my toy in good shape.
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Gimme a break, I just got it. I have the front spoiler and its lowered 1'' 1/2.



Plus I'm more into performance anyway. The stock rims are the caliber people usually upgrade to. If I spend any money its going to be a really nice CAI to go with my boss 302 intake or an off road xpipe.

sorry should have tagged the guy yours is great. Im talking to the guy who started the thread
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I'm deciding what I want next. I live on a ranch so trying to get mods that won't get destroyed.

Maybe get a cervini front bumper to go along with the hood. I know for certain those factory rims gotta go.
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sorry should have tagged the guy yours is great. Im talking to the guy who started the thread
Aaaah ok. Yeah you're right, cervini makes some really nice bumpers too.
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Maybe get a cervini front bumper to go along with the hood. I know for certain those factory rims gotta go.
I like those OEM rims. I'm keeping them for winter. I'll definitley be getting wider rims and tires soon. This car is new. My 13 got totaled by a drunk takes time to start over modding.
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The brembo's are the only good factory rims that dont really need to be replaced.
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I like the 2012 style GT500 Black rims.
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