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Old 03-27-2012, 02:58 PM   #11
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I started with the easy stuff. Replaced the headlights, Mach 1 grill delete, and chin spoiler. Made a huge difference.
^^^This is where I started as well.
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:17 PM   #12
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to make your car amazing (as stated before) lower it, staggered wheels, mach 1 chin spoiler, mach 1 grill delete, shorty antena, and if you would want tint

edit: forgot it was convertible so light bar too!!!
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:42 PM   #13
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Shorty antenna, Light bar, smoked headlights, lowering springs, Grill delete!

SEXY! Im just missing the grill delete
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:59 PM   #14
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And the wheels.

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Old 03-27-2012, 04:28 PM   #15
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On the shorty antennea you know you don't have to buy one right???? Free mod just pull the ball off cut it down grind back a bevel on the end and push the ball back on!!!
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Old 03-27-2012, 05:24 PM   #16
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Please don't do those ricey projectors American Muscle has. If you want HIDs, retrofit some projectors into the stock housing. Please.

I'd do coil-overs, a chin spoiler, grill delete, wide wheels and fat tires, get some tint, and call it a day for appearance mods. Maybe a rear spoiler delete or a '03/'04 cobra spoiler.
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NIce Nice thanks for all the tips! Its an auto, to answer an earlier question. I was thinking about lowering it but my drive way drops at the end so i think id end up scraping the bumpers, im still looking into that though. Is the light bar really worth it? My GT looks like Bpohlman13 except hes worked on his appearance, its looking good bruh! Im from philly and the weathers been *** lately so im waiting for a nice day to take some quality pics and ill post them
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One more question: since i just bought the mustang yesterday, it still has the factory sound. Im trying to make it loud that you can hear it coming from down the street haha. any ideas on that ?
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One more question: since i just bought the mustang yesterday, it still has the factory sound. Im trying to make it loud that you can hear it coming from down the street haha. any ideas on that ?
That depends on if it has the Mach460 sound system.

Ford was brain dead when they designed that. The factory front lower door speakers are 8ohm speakers hooked up in parallel to a 4 ohm amp so you can't just install standard car speakers. Regular 4ohm car speakers will "eventually" ruin the stock amp. Every professional car stereo place I have contacted said its best to rewire the car if you plan on redoing the stereo.

Now, if you just want to relpace the head-unit.. no problem. Plug and play

There are others more knowledgeable than I however.
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That depends on if it has the Mach460 sound system.

Ford was brain dead when they designed that. The factory front lower door speakers are 8ohm speakers hooked up in parallel to a 4 ohm amp so you can't just install standard car speakers. Regular 4ohm car speakers will "eventually" ruin the stock amp. Every professional car stereo place I have contacted said its best to rewire the car if you plan on redoing the stereo.

Now, if you just want to relpace the head-unit.. no problem. Plug and play

There are others more knowledgeable than I however.
Ohh okay cool, i was planning on looking into that. i want alot of bass in my stereo. when i said factory sound, i was referring to the mufflers haha mybad. Im trying to make them louder with that mean sound....anyone know what im trying to say?
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