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Old 10-05-2011, 03:23 PM   #21
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yah small world. Can't wait to see Sid back on the ice. One of the games I went to last year early in the season Sid scored the game winning goal in a shootout. Was awesome.
Definitely looking forward to seeing him back on the ice! Wish I had 1/2 the talent Sid has!
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Old 10-05-2011, 03:41 PM   #22
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Sweet Ride man Im jealous.
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Old 10-05-2011, 06:45 PM   #23
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Thanks man. Where in WV?
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Wow, this was a pain. The pushpins were too short to go thru the splitter, washer, and secure into the body. I tried a few different techniques and nothing would work. I have about $225 invested in the project so rather than just toss them I said F it and just mounted them with 3m two sided tape. I used two jacks to hold them in place and then apply pressure. To my surprise they held really really well. The tape has a good bond and they are snug. It started getting dark so I put it back in the garage. I think I'm going to use 3 self tapping screws just for peace of mind. I don't want them flapping around and flying off while cruising down the interstate. I'll put one screw at each end and one in the middle. I hate to half *** it but I got frustrated and ran out of options. On to the pics, it got dark on me...









Hey I know I'm pretty late but did you ever find a better way of securing the side splitters? I'm about to attempt this project and want to know whats the best way of pulling it off. -Tyler
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Old 12-06-2013, 04:19 PM   #25
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Looks Great!
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Old 12-14-2013, 02:14 AM   #26
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So after seeing the Roush sideskirt splitters on the 10+ mustangs I wanted to put them on my 08 GT500. I am planning on having the sideskirts painted body color and with the air ride I wanted something to protect the bottoms of them. The Roush side splitters were the perfect solution but they do not make them for the 05-09s so I picked up a set and am in the process of modifying them to fit my 08 Here is the progess I've made so far.

First off, I had to cut all the "bumps" off that recess in the 10+. In the 08s these will need to sit flush. Since I cut out the bumps I bought 2in washers from Lowes to all me to use the supplied push pins when time comes to install them. The holes all line up with the 05-09s. I didn't want the splitters to be plain black plastic so I went with Zportas suggestion and picked up some 3m carbon fiber dinoc. Todays job was putting the dinoc on the splitters. I finished it earlier this afternoon. Now I just need to find some free time to finish up the install. Pics of the progess so far...











I'm so glad you did this since I've been wanting to the same thing to mine for a long time now but I did not know if they would fit. But now that I see they do its on my list
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Old 12-14-2013, 06:44 AM   #27
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I bought a set of these from an inventory cleanout earlier, debating if I also want new rocker panels unpainted to go with them, also need a front splitter
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Old 01-10-2014, 04:10 PM   #28
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I bought a set of these from an inventory cleanout earlier, debating if I also want new rocker panels unpainted to go with them, also need a front splitter
They have any more???
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That Shelby looks really good I love the low look and the side skirts look great .. Good job.
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Old 12-21-2014, 07:35 PM   #30
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Had to look at your car again and it even looks better the second time you did a great job with those side splitters.. Truly one bad GT 500.....
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