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Old 02-06-2018, 01:16 PM   #1
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Visual upgrades --- POLL

Thinking of doing some aesthetic tweaking to my 2012 GT.
I'm thinking of either A (stock), B (GTCS style) or C (Boss/302)

What do you guys think?
https://ibb.co/cFJ18x (A, stock)
https://ibb.co/kHYCFc (B. GT/CS style)
https://ibb.co/cjjV1H (C, Boss 302 style)
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Old 02-06-2018, 01:48 PM   #2
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Front grill?

#2. Similar to Roush.
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Yeah, I want to either look exactly like A, B, or C.
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The grille from 2 and the boss lower from 3.
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I agree with Voltwings. I have a 2011 GTCS, so I started at #2, but adding the Boss 302 front splitter made a huge improvement imo. I then added the Roush side splitters which completed the look for me.
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:37 AM   #6
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So far, I think my plan is this:

-Boss 302/GTCS lower fascia with foglights and splitter
-GTCS rear spoiler
-MMD hood louvres (I want functional heat extractors, but don't want to spend
($800 on a new hood

And finally, this:

I think it'll look SICK when I'm done.
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Old 02-07-2018, 12:12 PM   #7
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Stock with CDC lip. Take the car to paint and get the black plastic trim pieces matched to the car. Wrap the roof black. Lower it, maybe a GT500 wing. Done.

Kinda like this except paint matched... or at least really shine up the plastic trim properly. Does not take much to make these cars look good. Spend all the $$$ you'd spend otherwise on performance mods.
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Old 02-07-2018, 01:13 PM   #8
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I like everything about B but everyone's tastes are different. You should pick the one you like best.
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I like where you?re going. #2 has the Saleen grill and #3 has the boss grill which you can mimic with the fog deletes or tint which would be cheaper than a Saleen grill, especially if you?re going to paint it. The boss splitter and side splitters are personal preference. I like the boss setup #3, had/have a Saleen grill but missed the fog lights ?4 eyes? look so went back to stock grill with some extra air flow.
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Stock A with the 302 splitter and GT 500 spoiler is my choice.
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I would go with the second choice!!!
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I'm torn 50/50 between stock and GT/CS style.
Every time I go out in the driveway and see my car, I just get so hesitant to change anything. It looks great to me as is. Maybe I'll just leave it stock/
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I'm torn 50/50 between stock and GT/CS style.
Every time I go out in the driveway and see my car, I just get so hesitant to change anything. It looks great to me as is. Maybe I'll just leave it stock/
Then don?t change it!!! Don?t change anything unless you?re absolutely sure! Nothing worse than spending money on something you later go ?meh? at. You want to know you?re going to think ?daaaaamn, I like that!? every time.
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Then don?t change it!!! Don?t change anything unless you?re absolutely sure! Nothing worse than spending money on something you later go ?meh? at. You want to know you?re going to think ?daaaaamn, I like that!? every time.
I agree with Beviking, do not change anything unless you are absolutely sure. When you find the right look, you will know. Change something to what you think looks best, you will be the one seeing it all the time.
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There is a 4th option - GT500 style. (cervinis)
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I like the Cervinis, would like to put one in our car. Funny, your picture looks like it has been photo shopped into someones driveway. One way to keep people from knowing where you live. Good idea to keep the thieves at bay. Kona, have you decided what you are going to do? Let see a picture.
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S197 Parts Sale TradeTech Forum on Facebook , Guy has a 10-12 Kona blue Cervini front bumper for sale $250 in Conway, SC
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