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Hey guys! I ordered the 3D carbon hood scoop and my Stang is in the shop for gears and t-loc tommorow.
I want to try a rear blkout panel I have seen the magnetic ones on the net and was wondering if any one has one and how they look on? The best place to get one? I like that they can be taken off easy for cleaning. Any advise?

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Only place I know of:

http://stores.ebay.com/Mustang-Magnets

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Carefull with the magnetic ones, could get stolen.
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for 39 dollars I'll take the chance
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Just ordered it I'll post what I think of it
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Cool...post a pic when you get it on. I am thinking of getting it but I also want the chrome trim bezels and I do not think they will look good together.

Kruse:anything you put there has a chance to get stolen. Better to take a magnet then rip off something put on with 3M tape, IMO
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Cool...post a pic when you get it on. I am thinking of getting it but I also want the chrome trim bezels and I do not think they will look good together.

Kruse:anything you put there has a chance to get stolen. Better to take a magnet then rip off something put on with 3M tape, IMO
Good point if they want something off your car they will get it better off with a magnet I agree
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Hey guys! I ordered the 3D carbon hood scoop and my Stang is in the shop for gears and t-loc tommorow.
I want to try a rear blkout panel I have seen the magnetic ones on the net and was wondering if any one has one and how they look on? The best place to get one? I like that they can be taken off easy for cleaning. Any advise?
Did you decide on the 3.73s or 4.10s?

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Magnet

At least with the magnetic one if you don't like it, it's easy to remove!

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Did you decide on the 3.73s or 4.10s?
Hey STL I am going with 3.73"s getting done today!!!!
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Hey STL I am going with 3.73"s getting done today!!!!
Little late now but check to make sure they used friction modifier with the new trac loc.

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Little late now but check to make sure they used friction modifier with the new trac loc.
Friction modifier?? Whats that?
Hey I got my 3D Scoop today looks great! just dry fitted it I'll install tommorow
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It's for the limited slip diff so the clutch packs don't bind on slow speed turns. if you used a good shop, they would know. You'll soon know if they didn't as you'll hear what sounds like rocks grinding in the rear axle on slow turns. Not damaging, just really annoying. 4oz of friction modifier will take care of it.

On the scoop, make sure you clean the hood with rubbing alcohol to remove any wax and use the adhesion promoter (a small tube should be in the box).

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Cool...post a pic when you get it on. I am thinking of getting it but I also want the chrome trim bezels and I do not think they will look good together.

Kruse:anything you put there has a chance to get stolen. Better to take a magnet then rip off something put on with 3M tape, IMO
eww dude, i know this guy i work with he has a black 05 with the butter interior but has the ugly chrome trim on the tail lights. i mean i think it cheapens the car and makes it look really whack


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