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Old 04-07-2014, 02:23 PM   #391
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looks pretty cool, how did you do that? Special kit or something you made yourself?
Made it myself... Inspired by FORD-A-TUDE....

I foil backed a Black Chrome Running Pony to amplify the lighting intensity...

Dremel cut and filed a 3/16 sheet of clear lexan to the shape of the pony. (I was informed Lexan was used in fiber optics so..I tired it with this over standard plexiglass. )

Carefully placed and spaced 12 LED's to the Lexan Sheet to sandwich between the Pony emblem and the LEXAN.

Drilled a refraction point where each LED was clear taped....

Unmounted the original Chromed PONY and set this one in its place. I debated at this point whether to wire it into the parking lights or the Fog lights.

State Law would stick me if I have blue or red lights so I decided ... The fogs lights so I can cut these off and on with the OEM fogs if I want to. Tapped into Parking lights they would be always on and always a cause for trouble with a fickle cop.

Added some wire loom for a clean look ..

And BOOM... Glow Pony.

I'm going to make another one and document the Mod.... Otherwise you can look at FORD-A-TUDE's version..which is a bit different but still...along the same lines. Link Below.

https://mustangforums.com/forum/2005...lle-mod-8.html

Total investment if you use your existing Pony..

$10 for a dozen LED's pre configured for 12 to 14 volt applications.
$3 for an 8 by 10 sheet of 3/16th thick Lexan

If you need to buy another Pony add $60 bucks.

Tools = Dremel, Sandpaper, Clear tape, 1'4 inch Drill bit, Pliers and Body Panel Pry tool to remove Pony from Grill without losing the OE locking tabs.

Time = 2 hours tops to fabricate if you're good with Dremel. And maybe 30 minutes to install once you decide where you're gonna tap into for power.

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Old 04-07-2014, 03:34 PM   #392
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Can't believe I forgot about the White Mustang thread. Here's a picture of my new louvers, with custom paint. Got it finished in February.


https://mustangforums.com/forum/2005...d-stripes.html
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Old 04-07-2014, 03:39 PM   #393
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Thanks for your response. After asking you the question, I did a google search and Ford A Tudes write up on this popped up. While this wouldn't work for me as I have the center fog grille on my car, I know a lot of people who would be interested in this for their car. I am very handy with both the drummel and electrical aspect of this project, so I may look into making multiple sets and sell them to local mustang club members, even doing the installs if needed.

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Old 04-07-2014, 03:40 PM   #394
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Can't believe I forgot about the White Mustang thread. Here's a picture of my new louvers, with custom paint. Got it finished in February.


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looks great!
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Old 04-07-2014, 05:48 PM   #395
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Can't believe I forgot about the White Mustang thread. Here's a picture of my new louvers, with custom paint. Got it finished in February.


https://mustangforums.com/forum/2005...d-stripes.html
okay Bro.... I like it.... But I smiled when I saw your pic because it almost looks like the entire back end of your car is launch pad into the horizon.

Nice job.

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Old 04-13-2014, 09:38 AM   #396
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I havent been on here in forever. Here is an update of my car. As it sits



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Dude, where did you get the side air wings for your front end?

Nice taste in style…

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Old 04-14-2014, 09:08 PM   #398
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Canards is the name. I got them for a different car, heated them, molded them and bolted them on. Im a ricer at heart. Im not sure if they make canards for a mustang and I wanted more than a universal canard like APR makes.
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Those canards are functional..... What model vehicle are they for?

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They are but Im sure for optimal downforce angles and positioning comes into play. For me it was where can I get these to fit. they may add a small amount of downforce but I have nothing to back that up. I hope you're also on my side when I bolt a big *** wing on this car lol.

The canards are for an FRS. I almost used canards for a few other models but the FRS was the closest shape wise and therefore the easiest to modify.

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