V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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The early new edge GTs (I think 99-01ish) didn't have any scoops - hood or side. I like a clean look like the Bullitt, sixers, and early GTs. Same opinion of hood scoops, except the shaker. Too much drag
2001 Trans Am WS6 M6 - SLP Loudmouth I 336 rwhp/351 rwtq
2002 3.8 V6 Mustang - R.I.P. 2002 - 2011 - MAC Longtubes, MAC o/r H-pipe,
Flowmaster Super 40s, BBK cai, SCT X-Cal 3, Eibach Pro-Kit,
Maximum Motorsports C/C plates, GT rear sway bar, front/rear
Mach 1 brakes, miscellaneous appearance crap, V1 radar detector,
badass stereo system
and a true response to the post is. you have slide tabs, the rear face forward and the front clips face to the back. the trick is finding the spot where it slides off. You will also have to remove the honeycomb piece (pull from top).
Trying to get a definitive answer on how the factory side scoops are attached to the body - nuts from the rear or push pins from the front? I have to remove one and don't want to break it or remove the rear seat/panel if it uses push pins. I've read the 2004 may be different than earlier years (don't see why Ford would change the mounting technique), but if anyone has removed their 2004 side scoops, would appreciate them posting what tey found. Thx!
2001 Satin Silver Mustang V6
BBK Power Plus 70mm throttle body
Mac cold air intake
MAC long tube headers
MAC off-road H-pipe
MAC true dual exhaust
American Racing 5 spoke
Nexen N3000 255/40ZR17 tires
MAC white face gauges
Cobra front end
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