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Old 05-26-2013, 01:22 PM   #1
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Hello guys. I want to see if you think some of the AM Eleanor style louvers would look good on my car. I like how they look gut I don't want to install the brake vent scoops on the lower body. Would they look bad without the lower brake scoops? Thanks for any insight you can give me on this little question. Have a awesome day.
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Old 05-26-2013, 01:52 PM   #2
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Honestly, I wouldn't do it on your car. The Shelby's have great lines out the box, I wouldn't want to mess that up!
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I agree and most of them limit your vision as well.
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I like louvers! But that's just me!
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I'm taking my louvers off my S197 cause honestly I feel they just clash and they are not functional, just stick ons. In MY opinion, the car looks cleaner without them
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Hello guys. I want to see if you think some of the AM Eleanor style louvers would look good on my car. I like how they look gut I don't want to install the brake vent scoops on the lower body. Would they look bad without the lower brake scoops? Thanks for any insight you can give me on this little question. Have a awesome day.
I would agree and would not take that style. I have the Roush Louvers which mount to the body like your AM style and it scratched the hell out of my body style. I would recommend Silverhorse Racing Louvers. They are mounted flush with the body. I think they look better too

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Gee thanks guys.

I like mine. Yes. They do limit visibility some but you get used to it.
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Thanks for the comments guys. I think I will keep them off. Just wanted to make sure what's seen in my head was want everyone would think when I pulled up.

Alan I really like your new Sig pic. Looks good buddy.
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Gee thanks guys.

I like mine. Yes. They do limit visibility some but you get used to it.
Jeff...Your louvers look like crap. I think you should take them off without delay. I'll even give you $50.00 for them to get them out of the house. I'll bring them here and find a place to store them. Yea...that's it...a place to install...I mean...store them.
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Jeff...Your louvers look like crap. I think you should take them off without delay. I'll even give you $50.00 for them to get them out of the house. I'll bring them here and find a place to store them. Yea...that's it...a place to install...I mean...store them.
I do like the silverhorse racing ones.


Sorry Steve, but Jenn won't let me take mine off the car. She fell in love with them the first Dragon run we did with you guys and she spotted Kevins car with them.

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