No, don't do it. Stay with the stock style turndowns. Everyone has great intentions and cool ideas with some type of straight tips sticking out the back on a GT but it always ends up looking terrible. It's your car though.
I had some in the past that came out under the GT bumper. It wasn't bad but it did hang kind of low. I'll post a pic if I can find one. I think the heat did some warping of the bumper though. They were not as bad as the rig jobs where people cut the bumper.
Mine are not cut into the bumper, and don't stick out too far, but just enough to be there. I don't think they look bad, in fact I've actually gotten a compliment or two about them.
Oh, and they scrape on steep steep hills. lol.
wow no offense but you guys are retarded! if you want to use LX style tail pipes, either use a LX bumper or a Cobra bumper. You make your mustangs look so mexican when doing it like the above, or cutting "holes" in a gt bumper for LX style pipes. I yi yi! LOL
hahahah MEXICAN??? dude im FARRRRR from mexican and same as my car owned by WHITE people........ i could show you some MEXICAN mustangs i live in CALI... i think you would have to see it in person and no those arn't LX style there ****ing BADASS STYLE its all about the flow, power, and sound... maybe you should check out the ROTM under right exhaust for your car what you got??????? 1/2"????????
i have 87 mustang gt i dont know much about the car other than cai bbk headers and nos.
need so advice looking to go up to 70mm throttle body with 24 lb injectors, do i need a mas meter?
there is not one on car now. thanks
Noob here - I have progress threads on my 1988 GT in a few other forums and have asked this question in those threads but I'm just going to jump to this here, since it's my current predicament.
I have a 1988 GT that I've been working on. I bought it back in January from a guy who was the...
I'm looking for a pair of GT40 or GT40P Cylinder Heads from a 5.0L 89-95 Mustang; 95-00 Explorer; or 95-00 Mercury Mountaineer. I'm a half hour northwest of Atlanta, GA, and would be willing to make arrangements to pick them up. Please let me know. Thanks!
So after installing heads, cam and intake my stock lifter roller tips are not shiny anymore like they were with the stock cam. The rollers don"t necessarily look damaged just more of a dull looking surface. Is this a cause for concern ? Could it be from the higher valve spring pressure ...