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Old 08-26-2014, 05:33 PM   #1
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Hey all i need some helping figuring out what to get from american muscle. I submitted an install guide and it got approved!! so i have a pretty good coupon.

heres the guide i did thats posted on their website: http://1.cdn.lib.americanmuscle.com/...2-cust-new.pdf

any suggestions would be nice
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.....buy what you need/want, how the hell are we going to know lol. Now if you had few choices to choose from then we can help you.
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Old 08-26-2014, 10:39 PM   #3
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.....buy what you need/want, how the hell are we going to know lol. Now if you had few choices to choose from then we can help you.
Agreed. We need more info than "what should I buy? I have a really good coupon". If it was honestly that simple, I'd say buy a supercharger.
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Hey all i need some helping figuring out what to get from american muscle. I submitted an install guide and it got approved!! so i have a pretty good coupon.

heres the guide i did thats posted on their website: http://1.cdn.lib.americanmuscle.com/...2-cust-new.pdf

any suggestions would be nice
OP-Nice looking install guide! That's tough! Find something that you don't like on the car and change it! Take a look around the site and let me know if you have any questions!
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Old 08-27-2014, 11:32 AM   #5
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Gears, supercharger, torque convertor, cams, drag slicks. Upgraded fuel system. That should cover it
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Don't forget that forged rotating assembly!
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^^^ ah yes for the icing on the cake
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Careful with aesthetic mods - what people fail to realize is that sometimes less is more, this forum has a much more tasteful view than most others imo. I think we all go through it, get a mustang and think of all the things you can throw on it to make it look as cool as possible, but I think the greater challenge is keeping it from looking tacky (most stangs in my area are either completely stock or completely overdone/bad looking) - which I'm okay with as it makes mine look better lol.
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I agree with that Rengen. I think i went through that with my first mustang. I think that i found a happy medium this time. I was just looking for something small u guys could think of. I got a good deal on an oil separator so im good on that but just looking for stuff i could have missed that would be fun to spend this coupon on. drag radials and a supercharger r out of the spending limit sadly
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Careful with aesthetic mods - what people fail to realize is that sometimes less is more, this forum has a much more tasteful view than most others imo. I think we all go through it, get a mustang and think of all the things you can throw on it to make it look as cool as possible, but I think the greater challenge is keeping it from looking tacky (most stangs in my area are either completely stock or completely overdone/bad looking) - which I'm okay with as it makes mine look better lol.
I completely agree. Rollin' on 24s with a muscle car makes the driver happy but I die a little inside, lol. If only more people would look at the stuff Chip Foose does, and how he uses big wheels. He does a lot of subtle things too that non car people like, even though they may not realize WHAT was done.

A friend of mine won an import car show a few years ago with a car that was completely stock looking from the outside. A closer look revealed custom milled parts, ceramic coated pieces, and high quality bolt ons. Simple, tasteful, and right.
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