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Old 10-16-2013, 11:43 AM   #1
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Roush High-Flow Lower Grille Delete (13-14 GT, V6)

Has anyone installed one of these lower delete kits? I just got a quote from an authorized ROUSH dealer for
421393: ROUSH lower grille kit: $289.99 + $420 installation
I know you have to take the front bumper off but really $420 for installation! they said it can take 3 hours. I believe them but from what I can see via youtube and other sites removing the front bumper is not that difficult. So what am I missing to justify the $420 installation? Even on AM the list the install as easy. I will probably order from AM and install myself just wanted to see if anyone else has done this.
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Old 10-16-2013, 01:49 PM   #2
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That seems kind of high...
I will be ordering the billet grille soon and I will install it myself. I've never done a lot of work on cars but it shouldn't be to bad.
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That seems kind of high...
I will be ordering the billet grille soon and I will install it myself. I've never done a lot of work on cars but it shouldn't be to bad.
yeah it doesn't look that bad. It would be great if someone from AM could post the install instructions to put my mind at ease. If there are any excessive modifications to the bumper I may lean towards the authorized dealer for install but highly unlikely at that price.
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That definitely seems like a lot for the install. You do have to cut some things, though:
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Has anyone installed one of these lower delete kits? I just got a quote from an authorized ROUSH dealer for
421393: ROUSH lower grille kit: $289.99 + $420 installation
I know you have to take the front bumper off but really $420 for installation! they said it can take 3 hours. I believe them but from what I can see via youtube and other sites removing the front bumper is not that difficult. So what am I missing to justify the $420 installation? Even on AM the list the install as easy. I will probably order from AM and install myself just wanted to see if anyone else has done this.
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The installation of the Roush Lower Grille shouldn't take you much more than 45 minutes. Removing the bumper is extremely easy on the 11+ Mustangs and just has a few screws and pull clips. I've had the bumper off my 2011 GT 3 times over the last 2 months and can get it on and off in about 8-10 minutes.

Check out this detailed step by step installation guide we have for the Lower Grille. This should break down the install for you and allow you to get it done yourself.

Shoot me a PM if you have any questions about the installation and I'll gladly help you out. You can also give my CS team a call if you run into any trouble and they can walk you through the process. You can reach my CS team at the contact information in my signature!

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Old 10-16-2013, 11:36 PM   #6
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The installation of the Roush Lower Grille shouldn't take you much more than 45 minutes. Removing the bumper is extremely easy on the 11+ Mustangs and just has a few screws and pull clips. I've had the bumper off my 2011 GT 3 times over the last 2 months and can get it on and off in about 8-10 minutes. Check out this detailed step by step installation guide we have for the Lower Grille. This should break down the install for you and allow you to get it done yourself. Shoot me a PM if you have any questions about the installation and I'll gladly help you out. You can also give my CS team a call if you run into any trouble and they can walk you through the process. You can reach my CS team at the contact information in my signature! -Dan
Thanks Dan but that's the wrong lower grille. I am looking for the lower grille delete kit. http://www.americanmuscle.com/roush-...lete-1314.html
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That definitely seems like a lot for the install. You do have to cut some things, though:
yeah I saw this video. Unfortunately I am looking to,do,the new delete grille,that Roush offers which requires removing the front bumper. See link: http://www.americanmuscle.com/roush-...lete-1314.html
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Installation Instructions.

I felt the need to revive this thread since I'm currently interested in whats involved with the installation of the 2013 Mustang Roush lower grill delete. I've went to the ends of the internet to find a PDF for this installation and came up short. I finally called Roush and had them send me a PDF with instructions on how to install this unit. Here ya go...
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Can't believe I never saw this thread last year.

I had the Roush high flow upper/lower installed with the Roush fogs and it cost me $450 for everything installed by a Roush authorized dealer.

The fogs were probably the hardest with having to cut and use a big template and the instructions were like 22 pages long.

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While I didn't install the fog lights, I did do the upper and lower grille myself with basic hand tools and a razor blade in 1 hr. $450 is just ridiculous. Even a novice to working on cars can easily do this mod.

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While I didn't install the fog lights, I did do the upper and lower grille myself with basic hand tools and a razor blade in 1 hr. $450 is just ridiculous. Even a novice to working on cars can easily do this mod.

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AJcruz1, the lower grill is easier to install than the lower grill delete. I am still debating on doing your grill or the lower grill delete. But the install is not the same. But it does look good with the one you went with.
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