Here We Go, GT500 Conversion Pics
I picked up my car from the dealer about 2 hours ago...I just couldn't bare to stay away from her any longer. I have to say I am more excited now, than when I signed the papers to get her back in August. This has really turned my v6 into a looker. Matter of fact a lady in a Windveil GT almost rear ended some guy because she was more focused on looking at my front end instead of looking at the traffic in front of her. I would have felt bad if that had happened. I've decided I'm going to pick up some GT Satin Silver take-off rockers to replace the v6s as soon as possible. I just don't think the side flows the want I wanted it to since the dealer didn't paint the rear fascia to my specs.
Dual exhaust is getting ordered tonight (hopefully) just gotta decide if I should do true duals, y-setup, h-setup, x-setup, magnaflow, flowmasters....as you see I'm going to need some serious help on this.
Whenever I go back in to get my stripes painted, the radiator support (I think that's it) will get painted black so that every flows a little better.
The stock hood just adds a bit of edginess to the kit and I prefer it to the GT500 hood and while I'm still considering an aftermarket hood. the chances of me changing hoods has gotten a little smaller.
I'm not sure if I'm going to lower the car. With the kit and the chin spoiler, it sits pretty low as it is. I would love to eliminate some of the wheel gap but I'm afraid if I lower it (1" in the front and 1.5" in the rear) that I might have clearence issues with certain places, including my driveway so I might just go with bigger wheels and tires for now and see how that works out.
Total cost (including parts & labor) was a little over $3500.00 but in my opinion well worth it.
:punchballs: But without further ado, here are my pics. :punchballs:
For Play: 2011 Ford Mustang v6 Premium Coupe w/Pony Package. Stock...for now.
For Work: 2011 Hyundai Sonata SE. The fun daily driver.