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Old 03-21-2014, 03:36 PM   #36
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Be care full when you get you ducktail spoiler. I noticed that my factory spoiler had 4 bolts and the mmd ducktail only had 2 and it did not have the 3m double sided tape with it it on it. You will need that to finish the install. So I would get a small roll of it from a local parts store

Really? The directions definitely seem to elude that it should be on the spoiler. Doesn't mention having to put your own on. And the directions specifically mention 4 screws. Can someone from AM comment on that?
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The gt500 spoiler I did on my old v6 had 4 screws and had the tape already on the spoiler. But the ducktail I just installed didn't have it.
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The gt500 spoiler I did on my old v6 had 4 screws and had the tape already on the spoiler. But the ducktail I just installed didn't have it.

The screws different from the factory ones?
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The gt500 spoiler I did on my old v6 had 4 screws and had the tape already on the spoiler. But the ducktail I just installed didn't have it.
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The screws different from the factory ones?

No the screws are in the factory location but there was 2 instead of 4. When I got my gt500 spoiler it has all 4 stews and the tape was already installed on the spoiler.
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Old 03-21-2014, 05:05 PM   #42
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same thing every one does
tint
lower
rims
grill
dark headlights and tail lights
spoiler delete or add.
boom mustang
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Old 03-21-2014, 05:54 PM   #43
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I'm planning on doing louvers and a GT/CS spoiler this spring. Not sure about tinting just yet. 35% is the limit in MO and I'm afraid that wont look dark enough.
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Custom wheels, aftermarket hood scoop, and maybe a body kit that will make it look meaner.
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I'm jumping on Flowmaster Super 44s and rear louvers this summer. Pretty stoked. Finishing my interior redux over the next week.

---------- Post added at 02:55 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:54 PM ----------

I'll eventually lower it, but the roads around here tend to suck, so I'm not risking it right now.
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This is Terrible advice!
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This is Terrible advice!

In truth, it isn't that bad. I've got custom wheels and a body kit lol
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I'm waiting for the weather to break then going with the window tint, louvers and possibly a Cervini hood. That should set it off nicely.
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This is Terrible advice!

Yeen gotta take my advice den homie.
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Wheels, tires, lower, spoiler, roush splitters, rear valance.

I have the headlight splitters and the black vinyl "tint" covers for all the lights (signals, tails and markers). I have wheels and tires sitting in the warehouse waiting for the mount and balance from AM, along with springs in the same order.
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Be care full when you get you ducktail spoiler. I noticed that my factory spoiler had 4 bolts and the mmd ducktail only had 2 and it did not have the 3m double sided tape with it it on it. You will need that to finish the install. So I would get a small roll of it from a local parts store

Hey man, I just got my spoiler a couple days ago. I opened all the contents up and stuff and found that the spoiler already had the tape applied to it, 4 screws, and alcohol prep pads. You should have gotten the same. Seems like an issue with your order!
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Definitely window tint. That is always the first thing I do to any car I buy
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How do you like the headlight splitters? I was thinking about them but unsure

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Wash, clay, polish, wax...
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Wash, clay, polish, wax...

Yeah, a stock (cosmetic-wise) mustang is of course a gorgeous car. But to make a stang one of a kind is the bee's knees. Stripes, rims, splitters, spoilers, plasti dip, whatever your fancy may be. I'm all about car customization. No matter what you put on a stang, someone is gonna say "Why are you trying to make it look like a ricer?" Ignore these ignorant fools. Do whatever the hell you want to your car, make it YOURS. Because that's why we all drive Stangs, right? Because they are badass cars. And no matter what you do to a stang (within reason), it's still always gonna be a badass car.

Anyway, sorry about the rant.
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