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  1. Tail-Dragon
    06-14-2011 11:16 AM
    Hi David
    I have sent you an eMail regarding the arrival of the Wind Deflector, please contact me.
  2. Tail-Dragon
    06-06-2011 09:16 PM
    I'm interested in your wind deflector, I just don't know how to set up this forum for private messages. My eMail is "[email protected]"

  3. Alec
    09-21-2010 10:59 AM
    Yeah I'm not really a fan of the aftermaket ones like the Halos and prefer the regular stock ones. I found a set on craigslist pretty cheap so I'm trying to make that work. I've learned with this car and the modding I've done is it's all about shopping around and researching
  4. Alec
    09-20-2010 11:48 AM
    Install really wasn't that bad at all, just took a little while. I still need the fog lights, switch and harness but the main components are on. I didn't put the stone deflector on, and don't see any need for it yet. It looks a lot better than stock, even with the two holes where the lights should be lol. Just need to pick up a set of them, but they're pretty pricey for what it is
  5. Alec
    09-16-2010 09:55 PM
    That's probably what I'll do, try it out without it first and see.

    And I like the GT fogs too, but am looking for a different look and love the way that grille looks. That's gonna be the expensive part, oh well
  6. Alec
    09-16-2010 08:55 PM
    Yeah I've been steering away from NTO recently just for the fact that their shipping rates are usually really high.

    But I've been researching, and found the fender liners for $5 each, but it looks like I'll be making a trip over to Jersey to get them. Still better than the $54 each the stealership quoted me. Do you really need the radiator deflector? Some people say yes, others say no. Obviously if it's not necessary I don't wanna bother
  7. Alec
    09-16-2010 01:56 PM
    I don't have the grille/fogs yet, I'm planning on the Eleanor style from AM. I found just the bumper for $230 shipped, which I don't think is so bad. I also plan on getting the light switch from AM, so it will looks factory. It's gonna take me a while to get it all done, I just want it on (not in a rush for the fogs to work). But it's just killing me looking at it sitting there lol. And I'll most definitely post some pics up.
  8. Alec
    09-15-2010 07:51 PM
    Thanks Dave, I really didn't know how involved it is financially at first, but it will be well worth it. I got a great deal on a painted front so I had to jump on it. I found the fender liners for $8 each and am still looking around for the other parts. I'm pretty sure I'll do it myself, save a little on the cost of it all. Install doesn't seem all too bad
    Yours looks great btw!
    Thanks again
  9. Alec
    09-15-2010 04:45 PM
    Hey I see you have the GT front, did you install it yourself? I have one on the way and I'm trying to prepare
  10. jamestunt101
    06-09-2010 11:40 PM
    Hey man I saw a post a while back where you were asking about what's needed to install a GT bumper and I noticed that your picture has it installed. I am looking at buying one for my 07 Mustang w/ Pony Package. What other hardware is needed? Thanks!

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    2008 V6 auto convertible. Go: GT duals/custom H pipe, front and rear GT sways/poly bushings, Brenspeed tune and CAI. Show: Blackout panel, painted mirror caps, 17" Bullitt rims and Pirelli Pzeros, GT front bumper.


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