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Anybody have the DG Custom window louvers

There are so many louvers to choose from. I think I like the DG's since they sit more flush to the window and not "stuck" on like some of the other louvers look.

These come from stage3motorsports.com for $184.99. Anybody have these louvers and is stage3motorsports a good company to deal with?
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I have them for my 06, love em. I love that you can see through the slots unlike some other louvers out there. I hear stage3's good to deal with, never have personally. I got mine from wheelskin.com. I think they were around $180 something.

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Good deal...

I went ahead and ordered them. For $184.99 (painted) that is a really great deal. The company is out of Arizona, so it should only take a few days to get here since I live in New Mexico.
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BTW, this care is going to suck my bank account dry and I haven't even had it a week yet. lol
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Are the Stage 3 and DG are different products?

The Stage 3 seem to have the nice low profile look.

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I bought a Roush grills from stage 3 a few weeks ago and it came quickly. They were good to deal with. I recommend doing business with them.

The louvers look good but I really the he SHR ones that mount flush.

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Are the Stage 3 and DG are different products?

The Stage 3 seem to have the nice low profile look.
Stage 3 is the companies name that I ordered my window scoops from.
DG is the name of company the makes the window scoops.

Silverhorse is the best looking window scoops, but I do not want to take out my windos to install them.
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How would you clean the windows?
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How would you clean the windows?
I have no clue?
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How would you clean the windows?
The only thing that really gets on them is water from when you wash it. All I do is gently get the towel in each slot, and wipe the window down. I use one of those absorber towels, and it works fine.

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Unhappy Not accurate paint color

I ordered them from Stage 1 and put them on last night. Once i got the car outside today the grabber blue doesnt match my 2013 grabber blue. Its almost a baby blue, i mean its close but looks like they have been sitting in the sun for a year. Working on exchange now. Also the faux grill pieces were not the same size. They look killer but the color mismatch and poor cut of the grill insert is disturbing. On my 2010 i ordered a set from american muscle in brillinant silver and the match was dead accurate.
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I have the DG louvers on my 2010 Mustang. Very happy with them, perfect color match and the delivery was very fast, only took a couple of days.
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Holy crap. Lets bring up a post a year and a half old. BTW, my DG Customs are still bad ass and the paint is still awesome.

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I got these... They're awesome with amazing visibility out of the car. Wasn't impressed with the paint job initially but I was impressed with DG Customs customer service. I wasnt happy with the paint due to little bubbles or things trapped under the paint and areas where it looked like it was dull and missing clear coat... Or just not polished. So they repainted and it was just the same. With a third attempt, I got new louvers but now the paint didn't match my sterling gray well... Their paint batches vary quite a bit, at least for the complicated flake color of sterling gray.

I decided the repainted first set was good enough. But then before I installed them I traded in car and got the 2012 and the paint was a bit different from factory. I was back to poor paint match. So I had it repainted locally. The match came out beautifully but it sure cost a lot.

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