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New GT Grille/Fogs

Hardest part was having to bend the bracket for the horn assembly and trimming part of the sheet metal where the the assembly bolts to the sheet metal.

I highly recommend the wiring harnesses from Starkey. THe instructions were excellent.

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2016 Roush Stage 3 Phase 2 (727hp) Convertible- Convertible bar, Roush (red) coil covers, blacked out tails, 20% tint
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-06-2011
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How much was this whole kit?


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We live near MRT where I've purchased all of my stuff so she stopped in there and got it for me for my birthday, and I think it was around $270. American Muscle seems to have a similar one for about $70 less. Not sure how they compare.

Since my Mustang didn't have OEM fogs, I needed the wiring harness and headlight switch. I had to ordered from Starkey (I posted the link on another thread about fogs). That was another $170. So in total it cost around $440 (I did the install).

American Muscle wanted $170 for the harness and then another $70 for the switch, so going the Starkey route was the way to go, and as I mentioned the product and instructions were excellent.

2016 Roush Stage 3 Phase 2 (727hp) Convertible- Convertible bar, Roush (red) coil covers, blacked out tails, 20% tint
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congrats!! looks good!

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looks really good

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sweet

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