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Nov 04, 2010 22:47 |  #16

gonedigital wrote in post #11218193 (external link)
take it to a body shop...for $100 they can get them off. I used fishing line and a heat gun to get mine off, came right off no problem.

No.... like chunks of the paint started to pull off, it was gruesome, as soon as it started to happen, I put it back on and forgot about it! The one door will need to be completely painted and a little filler used probably. Unfortunately did not follow the proper technique on the first attempt.


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Nov 06, 2010 06:53 |  #17

Even if you didn't follow proper technique, it shouldn't pull the paint off. I'd have a body shop remove them and fix the damage.

Please don't use a billet grill, I've never seen a Mustang that looks good with one. Mach 1 grill deletes look good though. I like the 99-01 headlights and love the wingless look on those cars. I miss my 02GT!

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Nov 06, 2010 19:27 as a reply to  @ Stump's post |  #18

i HATE when people overly push their opinion on how someone car should look... im pretty sure hes got an idea of what hes doing if the car makes 565 whp....


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Nov 06, 2010 19:53 as a reply to  @ Christopher.Sullivan's post |  #19

Thats a true sleeper right there. Specs? I see an IC so what are you using to boost it?


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Nov 07, 2010 10:45 |  #20

Christopher.Sullivan wrote in post #11237460 (external link)
i HATE when people overly push their opinion on how someone car should look... im pretty sure hes got an idea of what hes doing if the car makes 565 whp....

^^that. I've worked on enough of these cars to know what I want.

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Thats a true sleeper right there. Specs? I see an IC so what are you using to boost it?

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