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  1. 2007 Shelby GT/SC smog issue

    Lol, that was argumentative? I have no issues here, and I've been here since 2010, also not relevant. Was merely pointing out something you pointed out and it's non relevance to the op's question. Apparently you took offense to that. Not sure what road you wanted to go down and why there was a need to edit your comments, are you angry or something? You have a nice day too.
  2. 2007 Shelby GT/SC smog issue

    Yeah, still not relevant to the OP's question other than pointing out his SC was installed at a date after the original delivery of the car.
  3. New Set of Hood Pins

    Get a set of the aluminum ones that came on the 2008 SGT's. Make sure you use aluminum screws to avoid the corrosion problem. Should be safe with that set up. You can either get the new hoodpin covers from the Shelby auction site on ebay, or you might be able to get the entire kit from Shelby if you call them and explain that you were in an accident and need to order a new set. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Mustang-Shelby-GT-Hood-Pin-Covers-Only/183625003410?hash=item2ac0e73192:g:QF0AAOSw42dZHd68 Jeff
  4. Thanks, gonna check it out and see what I can get to match. I did order a set of vinyl stickers in the darker blue on ebay just to see how it would look. The font looks close and the letters are 1/2 inch, so they should be correct sizing https://www.ebay.com/itm/282109659719. I'll post up a pic when I get them. if they don't look right. I'm gonna order them from DIY lettering. I previewed them and they look correct.
  5. 2007 Shelby GT/SC smog issue

    Not quite sure what this has to do with anything. You can still get an 07 SGT upgraded to GT/SC with a Ken Bell SC. No where in the OP's write up does it say he upgraded it in 2007. A Ken bell stage 2 kit is the SC and the 130mm KB oval throttle body and tune if the tune was received from KB..
  6. Thanks Jeff, I did create and view in that font since I knew what the stripes are, it just didn't look right. I have some of the parts that have Shelby on them and thought maybe I could create the vinyl letters for the ones that don't, to match. DIYlettering.com has quite a few fonts, just not sure they have this one. Jeff
  7. Anyone know what font is on the Shelby billet parts made by Scott drake (ebrake handle, battery hold down, pedal covers)? Looking to have 1/2" vinyl stickers made in blue to put on the regular drake parts that I have, since Shelby ones aren't/weren't available. Picture below for font example. Assistance is greatly appreciated.
  8. Mods for Racing

    I have the APR functional front splitter that was designed for our front end (Shelby GT/ Cal Special). Very solid piece. The link shows pics on a Shelby GT from a forum member that used to post here. I had to remove mine temporarily to modify it slightly. It covers up underneath the front end (about even with the back edge of the forward part of the fender) as it should to be functional. Unfortunately it covers the area my filter is since I have a KB SC. I plan on modifying that area somewhat to allow the air to get back to the filter then re-install it. https://www.octanemotorsports.com/2005-2009-ford-mustang-shelby-gtcalifornia-special-apr-carbon-fiber-front-splitter-with-rods-p-171782.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAt4rfBRBKEiwAC678KV6qHrV9tV7i5OMhs8eVUZ2e4f8qqEUFe-IkU4GSGYCeOLlpiN7Z5hoCteEQAvD_BwE
  9. New 2019 Shelby GT Purchase

    The blue collar buyer hasn't been on their radar in a long time!!
  10. Shelby pedal cover installation

    Yep, and it says that in my last post.
  11. Shelby pedal cover installation

    No, not at the Shelby store. I think I got them from Blue oval industries or CJPP. It looks like SD is making a bunch of the Shelby products that he previously had stopped. https://www.cjponyparts.com/drake-muscle-cars-pedal-cover-billet-with-shelby-logo-set-manual-2005-2019/p/PCS81/ if you didn't get the directions from your friend PM me your email address and I'll send them to you. I tried to attach the PDF here but the file size is too big. Unfortunate cause they could just add them to the instructions page. There is an install video at the bottom of the page in the link above. They show 15 model, but explain the difference for the 05-10. notice he takes the pedal out as I said, makes it a world easier. Good luck.
  12. Shelby pedal cover installation

    Macman756, I added the kit last January since the kit became available again. The install was pretty easy. Drilling into the gas pedal was only a pia because the size of the bit makes it very brittle. You really have to take it slow and easy or you'll surely break 1 or 5. Make sure you have more than one bit on hand in case you do break one. Otherwise you'll be running to the store in the middle of the install. I will say, it was much easier using an angle drill, than if I had to use a regular one, since it was so tight under the dash. If you have one def use it. It took me maybe an hour, if that, to do the whole thing start to finish, including clean up. I was able to see the thread your talking about above since I installed it before the TS db move. Basically it said be careful with the drill bits. It's uncomfortable laying sideways on the floorboard hanging out of the car to work underneath the dash, especially if your a big guy, and it makes the job a little easier if you remove the gas pedal from the car. I think it was three nuts holding it on. Very easy to remove and replace. The new kits come with directions. If you don't have them let me know I probably could dig mine up and send them to you. If you have any questions feel free to pm me. Jeff
  13. Decided to wait and get the adjustable -C's, thanks again for the info Andy.
  14. Shelby Party

    Very Nice, thanks for sharing
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