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Old 07-09-2013, 07:01 AM   #1
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Tint!

Just got my quarter panel markers tints in from AM beginning instal now! I expect ooh about 20 HP but ill be happy with 18
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It's actually 23.5 with a bama tune ... You completely murdered out ?
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It's actually 23.5 with a bama tune ... You completely murdered out ?
Lol no still have my tail and head lights to do
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Looks good. I have them on mine too. As well as the 3rd brake light and reflectors on the bottom of the bumper.

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Looks great
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Looks good. I have them on mine too. As well as the 3rd brake light and reflectors on the bottom of the bumper.
Looks awesome!
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Looks awesome!
Thanks man, so does yours!
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That was the first thing I put on my stang.
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Makes it look like a brand new car!
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