Saleen Grill Install
The install went great. Didn't remove the bumper, the hardest part was getting the two tabs on each side that hold the sides in. They are the ones by the headlights. These were a pain and took me a few moments of rest in between because I was getting frustrated. The tabs that hold the bottom were easy. No tabs broken:hihi: I can deffinitly see how removing th bumper would make things easier but I didn't want to go down that road.
The install of the new grill was simple. The clips it comes with look cheezy so I added a total of three body pins to the bottom portion of the grill. Yes, I had to drill holes but it's in a place that will never be visible with any grill. The clips for the two side tabs on each side were a pain to get in place due to minimal space. I ended up leaving the bottom tab on each side without a clip. The top clip and other hardware is enough to hold secure.
Fitment was great untill I started to put the radiator cover back on, that's when I noticed that I had to shave off all of the downward protruding pieces. Easy job with a small saw.
Overall a 9 on fitment and a 8 on eaze of install.
Kona Blue 2012 GT Premium, Brembo, 3.73, AED Tuned, Corbeau CR1 seats with Harness, Koni Yellows, Steeda Sport Springs, Strano F/R adjustable sway bars, BMR LCA & PHB, Lethal O/R H, GT500 Axelbacks, Boss Pod w/ Prosport Gauges, Boss/CS F&R facsia'a, Goodridge SS lines, Boss Brake cooling ducts, Boss splitter, Roush side splitters, Saleen Grill. Mustang Dyno 379 HP & 371 TQ