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Cut the holes in my lower grill for my brake cooling kit.. and it looks wonderful. I was inspired by this thread https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...ll-intake.html and finally installed it. I only have pictures of one side and the finishing touches will be put on the mounts this week while I'm out of town on vacation! Sry I don't have pix of both sides but the car is already out at the shop because I'm about to leave. Let me know what you guys think! I know it won't provide as much cooling as a professional kit probably would but I think it'll do the trick and look awesome to boot!

Pics up in the gallery! I would've posted them in the thread but it wouldn't let me right click to get the URL.


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What was the reason for the brake cooler?


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lol! stl, he's clearly turning it into a track car.

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Just seems like an unusual upfront mod.

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I guess I missed the pics?

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I guess I missed the pics?
In his gallery.

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Something different guys... thats all. Not trying to be like anything.. just think it looks pretty cool and may provide some performance effort as well..

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just think it [...] may provide some performance effort as well..
If it's performance you're looking for then I highly recommend the GT500

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Cut the holes in my lower grill for my brake cooling kit.. and it looks wonderful. I was inspired by this thread https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...ll-intake.html and finally installed it. I only have pictures of one side and the finishing touches will be put on the mounts this week while I'm out of town on vacation! Sry I don't have pix of both sides but the car is already out at the shop because I'm about to leave. Let me know what you guys think! I know it won't provide as much cooling as a professional kit probably would but I think it'll do the trick and look awesome to boot!

Pics up in the gallery! I would've posted them in the thread but it wouldn't let me right click to get the URL.
Nice job, looks really good !!! but then am a littile bias...............
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Woo for mudflaps.. thats my next upgrade! bwahah

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Don't forget the PIAA lights too.
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Something different guys... thats all. Not trying to be like anything.. just think it looks pretty cool and may provide some performance effort as well..
That's cool... Was just wondering.

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