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Old 12-09-2015, 09:52 PM   #631
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Anything new??? I've been slacking on my ME reading- it was causing me too much data on my phone at work and I get distracted at home. Thought you'd have all kinds of things for me to catch up on!


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Hey DW, yeah like Nate said I have been out of the game a bit. I got a promotion/job transfer so I just moved from Virgina back to where I am from the great state of California. Glad to be back but I had to fly out and start working on November 1. Left my family and car behind. Recently sold the house, so the car is scheduled to get picked up this week hopefully.

Good news is I bought a Honda daily so once I do get reunited with my car I can do whatever I want to it without having to worry about driving it the next day.

I do have a few parts waiting to go on the car once I get it and my tools all tucked away in a new garage.

Powdercoated calipers

Prepainted roush hood scoop

BMR drive shaft safety loop

RTR license plate surround

Then I'm thinking I will work on getting the miles on my upgraded cluster changed so I can get that bad boy installed.

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You don't even want to be around when that vtec kicks in! It will throw ya back! Hahahaha.
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Old 12-10-2015, 12:27 AM   #633
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I like that engine cover actually

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Hey bro, awesome build! Welcome to Cali lol I was wondering, I had seen you installed sun visor garage clickers. Was it basically plug and play or did you have to do extra wiring?
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Old 12-28-2015, 09:08 AM   #635
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Hey bro, awesome build! Welcome to Cali lol I was wondering, I had seen you installed sun visor garage clickers. Was it basically plug and play or did you have to do extra wiring?

Plug n play. Possibly the easiest mod ever. Lol

And thanks for the compliments!
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Old 12-29-2015, 10:29 AM   #636
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Awesome ride I just ordered some goodies for my Stang also, can't wait till spring(woke up to 6 degree morning, real bummer). Too cold to work on projects right now.
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Old 01-31-2016, 12:58 AM   #637
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Well it's been forever since I've been able to do ANYTHING to my car since moving. I'm still waiting on my new house to close, therefore I don't have my tools, a place to do anything, or half the parts I have for the car waiting (in storage somewhere).

All that said, I did pick up a nice set of premium door panels a few weeks ago. I really wanted to get the running pony with white stitching. I finally saw a decent deal on a pair and pulled the trigger.

Did the swap in my hotel parking lot with some cheap arse tools. Felt good to do something to the car. I even had my little helper with me.

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I will eventually do something with those 8" speakers and get the my color hooked up. For now they are installed and safer than sitting in the hotel closet 😂


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That's a nice touch. Nothing too loud that's overdone.


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That's a nice touch. Nothing too loud that's overdone.


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Thanks. I was fine with the base ones most days but after I did the dash upgrade they really started looking basic. These like you said are not too loud (how I interpreted not overdone), but they def look better. My only complaint is that they are seriously heavy! Easily 3x the weight of the stock base panels. I suppose those 8" door "subs" are 99% of that.


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The base door panels are just so plain and didn't like how the looked. Getting the premium panels it's a nice upgrade.


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Welp this just happened...

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Love my regular ATAKS but I'm going to see what the quad life is all about


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I've been debating going quad with my s types.


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I just couldn't say no to this deal. I will sell my regular ATAKs and boss diffuser and come out flat. Hard to fight it 😎


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Very nice man, I like the door panels and the quads.
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Thinking about upgrading to the quad ataks from my GT500 quads.

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Thanks Cody.

I'm pretty excited to get these on and see how they sound vs the regular ATAKs.

Devil, I highly recommend ATAKs. But I can't remember if you were planning on going off road or already are. If that's the case...you might want to stay with your regular GT500 axlebacks.


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Thanks Cody.

I'm pretty excited to get these on and see how they sound vs the regular ATAKs.

Devil, I highly recommend ATAKs. But I can't remember if you were planning on going off road or already are. If that's the case...you might want to stay with your regular GT500 axlebacks.


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No I'm not going to go off-road. I'm in the military and I don't want to do that then get stationed in a state that has a hard on for emissions.

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Threads like this are what make message boards great; top shelf stuff here. My 14 GT is home (currently on a one year deployment in SWA) but you've inspired me to order and stockpile goodies for my return! Keep us updated on your build progress as it's quite inspiring!
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damn! nice! Id love to do tha conversion, buts it not very cost effective with a 2011 cant wait to see the finished product man
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Still looking great man. I am going to have to work on those door inserts. Back to Cali sounds nice too but havent been to Virgina lol, so cant say anything about that. LONG drive for Mustang week lol
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Threads like this are what make message boards great; top shelf stuff here. My 14 GT is home (currently on a one year deployment in SWA) but you've inspired me to order and stockpile goodies for my return! Keep us updated on your build progress as it's quite inspiring!

Thanks man. I think you will be very happy if you come home to a ton of mustang parts! Funny enough, when I was in the navy back in 2002-2006 all I did was order parts for my 1969 mustang and I even bought a 87 hatchback on eBay and had it shipped to my grandparents house! It was what helped me pass the time and have something to look forward to.

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And I'm sure someone is going to say it...yes it was a fobra. Looking back I wouldn't have rocked the cobra emblems.

Then I even bought a 90 fox when I was in Bahrain and saved it from a junk yard. Had it all painted and fixed all the issues. Thing was pretty killer when I was done.

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So hang in there man! Glad you like the thread. I will keep it going. I enjoy looking back at all the progress too.
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damn! nice! Id love to do tha conversion, buts it not very cost effective with a 2011 cant wait to see the finished product man

Yeah you could cut your bumper and make it work if you really wanted to, but the best option would be to do a 13-14 bumper swap. Hard to fork over the dough on that one. The mufflers should be here Wednesday. Just need to get a new diffuser. Little bastards are like 250 bucks.
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Still looking great man. I am going to have to work on those door inserts. Back to Cali sounds nice too but havent been to Virgina lol, so cant say anything about that. LONG drive for Mustang week lol

Yeah Cali is beautiful and it's home so I love it that much more. VA just wasn't my style. Lived there 8 years. Got my fill!

As for mustang week...yeah that's not going to happen. Nor is the AM show. But I will live.
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Started polishing my borla ATAK quads tonight. Just going to do the tips this time around I think. These tips were so jacked up before. I'm pretty sure the last guy never even tried to clean them. And I can't imagine they have seen more than 5-10k but they had so much grime and scratches on them. I had to use 220,400,600,800,1200,2000 then the polish compound to get this result after 2.5 hours of work. TOTALLY worth it though. One down, one to go.

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What do you clean and polish them with? I need to do my GT500 tips after the snow melts.

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What do you clean and polish them with? I need to do my GT500 tips after the snow melts.

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It's a pretty simple process. Wet sanding is the key. Depending on the area you are working on you want to start with the highest grit to remove all imperfections. For me on these it was 220 to get them looking uniform and remove all scratches. Then from there you simply step down grits one at a time. This makes the scratches less and less. So I wet sanded 220, 400, 600, 800, 1200, 2000. Then you use a metal polish like mothers mag and aluminum polish for the final touch.

Now obviously this is stainless steal. Not sure if your gt500 tips are or not.
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My borla tips look pretty terrible, so I'll be doing this when it gets warmer.


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Ok, it's been far to long since my last update.

Finally got the borla quad Ataks installed and the GT500 diffuser. I found out that the gt500 diffuser requires about 5 extra slots to be ground out on the bumper vs the boss 302 diffuser which I had on the car previously. So I pulled the bumper off and made the appropriate changes. Also threw in my oracle side markers on the rear while I had the bumper off.

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Pretty stoked with the results. Wasn't sure how I was going to like the borla quads with the staggered straight cut pipes. I always liked the ones cut at an angle and follows the angle of the diffuser, but honestly once you see it on the car...wow. Looks sick. Sounds as good as the old ataks. Might be a touch quieter as these are made for the gt500 that doesn't have resonators. I still have my resonators, but I think I might get some borla OTA pipes sooner than later.

As for the oracles, the look great at night. Not sure how impressed I am with the fit in the bumper. IDK. I will take better pics tomorrow. Going to try to get my roush hood scoop mounted in the AM.
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That looks bad ***...


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Thanks guys ^^

Time to get serious here...

Decided to finally get my roush hood scoop installed. I know, I know, it's not functional but honestly I love the looks of the stock hood and like the way this adds to it.

So I started by cutting out the template roush supplies. And started getting it centered.

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Once I was satisfied I taped it down. I will say sometimes roush templates leave a little bit to be desired. But I've found that they have built in a decent amount of play. So my advice if you try this is to make sure you take your time and check it several times but don't sweat it too much if it's a centimeter off. You will be able to play with it a little bit later.

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The instructions actually show a guy taking a punch and hitting it with a hammer...ummm no. Please don't do that. Holy cow. The hood is like a dang aluminum can for crying out loud. I use a spring loaded punch, forgive me for not knowing the exact name.

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Even this causes a small dent, but most of it gets drilled out, or hidden by the scoop. At this point I had already removed the inner hood liner. Obviously you want to be careful not to lose the clips and or break any. If you don't have a panel removal tool I highly recommend getting one. I can't tell you how many times I've used mine. At this point roush also has you remove the little rubber weatherstripping at the bottom of the hood. They show a guy popping out the clips also using a panel tool. STOP. Do not do it this way. I am about to save you a ton of time and frustration. Just pull side to side where each clip is. The rubber will slide right off the clip, leaving the clip and saving you broken clips, scratched paint and a few choice words. Sorry, I forgot to take a pic of this.

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No turning back now!

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Now here at this point you would have realized the four corners require you to drill through a second set of metal. The directions then have you drill a 7/8 hole using the pilot hole on the bottom. This basically makes an access hole for you later. The way they show you in the instructions you would do this last (after you drill the holes in the top). The problem is (if you are using a step bit or a uni-bit like I did), is that you will start to drill down into the second layer of metal before you get to the step or size the hole on the top needs to be. So I recommend doing the holes on the bottom first (after the pilot hole of course).

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Then you can do all the holes on the top...

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Here is another tip, have a shop vac handy. There will be a ton of metal shards all over your paint and you do not want to try to remove them by wiping them away or blowing them off. I also covered the engine with a giant trash bag. This drilling dumps a ton of metal bits on the motor if you don't! Once the drilling is done, it's pretty much down hill from there. You have to apply the double sided tape to the scoop, and I also recommend throwing some paint in the holes to cover the raw aluminum. Obviously it's not going to rust, but it will keep it from oxidizing and make it look like a professional job. Then you apply the vinyl decal on the front of the scoop to make it appear functional. Now you are ready to drop it on. Make sure you have pulled the tape back on all the corners so that you can pull it once you get it where you want it.

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Boom. Press down a little bit and then you can secure it from the underside and pop the caps back on and put the underhood blanket and rubber weather strip back on.

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Now step back and soak it in. Haha.

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Doing work! Nice job man.

Thanks dude. This was a pretty easy mod. Finally one I didn't have to lay under the car to do
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