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2009 45th Anniversary Pony


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Here is the designated progress thread for the mustang to I don't clutter up the GXP thread my fiance' has it now.

Day of purchase July 17, 2012

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First mod for the car. Dynomax Catback exhaust True dual exhaust with X-pipe

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Next round of mods = Rocker stripe removal and Eibach Sportline lowering springs.

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Time for some window tint 15%.

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Took some patience here and installed a 3pc Roush Spoiler on it. I was never a fan of the stock pony spoiler.

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Finally it was time for a change on the back so a 3dCarbon blackout panel and a WebElectric Sequential tail light harness were installed.

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Very impressive. So what are the plans for the car? Is it a base V6 Mustang? I guessing that from the graphics on the side.

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It's a v6, but it was the premium package so it has the upgraded interior and has the upgraded gauge cluster with the interior ambient lighting.

I just want a clean looking fun car to drive.

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Perhaps you need some more Roush parts, like a supercharger and some Roush wheels and brakes. Just a thought.

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Brembo did make four pot calipers for these Mustangs...dunno if those 17" Pony wheels will even clear them, though.

As for forced induction, turbo may be your best bet. Dunno the options for that route, never seen a boosted 4.0L.

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I have been to Roush's collection in Livonia before and I've seen some of his Roush Industries-built Mustangs and other Roush built hot rods. These are top shelf cars, even if I am not a Ford fan. I am just saying that Roush can engineer a total vehicle if you have the cash - even with the V6. They have a bunch of cool parts for that 'Stang - that's all I am saying. Since you've already started down the path with Roush parts, why not go a little further?


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So I was having a bit of spring fever yesterday and in light of that I installed these chrome tail light trim bezels that have been sitting in the house since they were given to me on christmas day. I also gave the car a much deserving bath.


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It's the 3dCarbon 4pc Pony Kit, as well as a Kaenen 3" Cowl Induction hood from Americanmuscle.com


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Well this is it for a little while, time to take a break, too much money has been spent haha.



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I might do some sort of matte black stripe between the scoop and the flat part of the hood just to break up the silver some.


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