But if he believes his own BS, he might post in the forum something entitled "Boss Seems Slow" or "My Boss Lost to 5.0, What's Wrong?".
Possible, but not worth worrying about. There are enough knowledgable Mustang-heads around here to quickly sort that out. A likely starting point would be that a (real) Boss and a GT are sufficiently close in performance that the drivers could easily make all the difference in a head-to-head race.
The headlight deletes are there for a reason: they can be removed for air flow.
Picking nits, but on a 2012 Boss grille, they can't. I bought a Boss grille for my GT, hoping I could remove the plates to open up the holes to accept the stock fog lights. Alas, the entire grille, blanking "plates" included, is a single molded piece.
2012 GT Premium Coupe | Performance White | 401A Charcoal+Grabber Blue | Comfort Pkg | MT82 | Boss 302 Shift Knob | 18" Pony Pkg Wheels w/Brembo Pkg Center Caps | Boss/CS Front Valance | Scott Drake 5.0/Tri-bar Fender Emblems | FRPP Strut Tower Brace | Redline Hood Struts | GT500 Rear Splash Guards | Rear Spoiler Delete | Sound Tube Delete