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  1. Hi All, I have the original type Shelby GT Brake Duct Kit on my car, the second series, not the fiberglass ones. Unfortunately the right one has cracked. Does anyone know what type of plastic these were made from? I am wanting to repair the crack, but need to know the plastic type so I don't ruin it with the wrong type of glue or plastic repair. If you have any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it. Also, if anyone has an original right side Brake dust they would like t sell, I am interested. Thanks, Robert
  2. I bought a set from the "partsfinder" seller on eBay. They are really nice and appear to be completely legit. The first set I received had a scratch on the blue bar, emailed the guy, he asked me to send them back and I had a new set within a couple of days. I paid $100 for them.
  3. The only part on the front end that is not a V6/GT is the front bumper cover as it is off the CS GT and of course the grill is a Shelby part. Other than that, I would call BS.
  4. After reading everyone's experiences and other info that I found, I decided to use the Road Warrior Plus. This stuff is awesome! I applied it before my trip up to Charlotte for the 50th celebration and I could not be happier with the way it went on, how it performed and how easy it was to remove. It was scary at first looking at the white material thinking I am going to paint my car with this stuff using a roller! But it went on as advertised and came off just as they said it would. The only thing I would do different is to use painters tape to make a line where you want the stuff to stop. I did this when i painted the stripes on the roof but not not not the hood. When I painted the hood first, as I painted the material on with the roller, it feathered out toward the edges. This made getting the feathered part off more difficult than the material I applied on the roof. I highly recommend it!
  5. Does anyone have real world experience with the Road Wrap temporary road film product? I am planning on using it for my drive to the Mustang 50th Anniversary. My concern is if it would create any problems for my stripes when I remove it. I will take it off when I get to Charlotte and then re-apply for the drive back to Atlanta.
  6. I will be heading up from Atlanta for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Staying at the Courtyard Marriott.
  7. Jet, Are the backing plates, hoses and clamps available? Thanks, Robert
  8. The Ford Racing Hot Rod Cams are supercharger compatible and if you adjust the pulley and/or the tune, I think you will be fine with the motor. I would definitely recommend that you get a custom performance tune on the dyno considering the changes you have made.
  9. Are you looking for a better exhaust note are you wanting to get that lopy idle? I have the Ford Hot Rod Cams and love the way the car idles and the sound I get from the exhaust. I have had a lot of people tell me they like the sound even though I still have the Shelby exhaust setup.
  10. Mike, are you willing to part with the Tan floor mats? I have a 2007 SGT with tha tan interior and would like to get an extra set. Thanks, Robert
  11. Was the discount a sale they were having or is there a discount code?
  12. I can't recommend them on my own specific experience, but the Georgia Regional Mustang Club (which i belong to) has a great relationship with them, and we have never bad any issues with members getting work done there. They are a Fod Racing shop so you should be fine.
  13. .. Count me in as interested if you decide to sell. Thanks! Robert
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