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Old 7/22/15, 03:31 PM
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Mustang Modifications

Hello all,
I recent purchased a 2015 Mustang Fastback. It's an automatic v6 3.7 liter engine in competition orange. Currently, it is 100% stock (No, I don't have the 051a package). I've cruised around and haven't really seen anyone who has modified theirs yet other than professional body shops on YouTube. Have you? What did you do? Share pics? I'm a first time Mustang owner and I'm looking for feedback and visuals of modifications you've made to your 2015 Mustang. Safe driving everyone!
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Old 7/29/15, 02:14 PM
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Just finished the install of the interior lighting and reverse light. I purchased the light kit from Diod Dynamics. I can say I am more than pleased with the results. I bought the phase 2 bulbs. Kit included map lights, vanity lights, trunk and glove box. It gives the already improved interior a high class look with obvious improved visibility. As for the reverse light (also a phase 2) it makes an already bright reverse light see like day time! It's incredible. I highly recommend this kit to anyone looking to upgrade the look and feel of their Mustang! Only issue I ran into was I blew the fuse when installing he glove box light. The fuse isn't sold in stores yet so I had to pay $7.10 at the dealership for the replacement fuse. Regardless, very enjoyable experience with the vendor and couldn't be happier with the results.

Pros: Improved visibility, classy look, easy install.
Cons: Glove box was a pain, bit pricey but well worth it.
Install time: 45 minutes at most for all lights.
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You got any pics to show us?
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Old 7/31/15, 09:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Phillip123 View Post
You got any pics to show us?
Yes, I do. Finally got the chance to take pictures at night! haha
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Im thinking of putting in the BBK ceramic long tube headers and flowmaster axle backs the rest of the car keep the way it is...
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also check out
A beginner's guide to modifying your V6
by Voltwings
is the best i have read on this site
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Yes, I do. Finally got the chance to take pictures at night! haha
​​​​​​looking good mate
is that a carbon fibre dash or wrapped?
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Hey everyone not only am i new to this site but I also am a first time mustang owner, I bought a 2017 3.7 lighting blue manuel mustang and im preparing it for a monster upgrade witch will be a pro-charger in a few months. was just wondering does anyone know were i can find a upper strut brace for my car and or will a 4eco boost or gt one fit? not really having any luck finding one. I already put a g-trac k member brace but wanted to really complete the front end. i have also noticed the throttle lag and fixed that with a pedal commander, also changed out the stock 185 pound clutch spring to a 35 pound spring what an improvement. next im putting on steeda irs subframe braces in the rear and I think i will go ahead and change out the stock vertical links as well. But hey im looking for any adivce and or help finding parts. My good buddy is a member on here and suggested i get on here and ask questions so here I am lol.



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Not for certain, but I believe on the V6 you'll need a 1/4 in spacer to make either the Ford Performance, or stock GT strut tower braces fit. Just what I've seen posted by others that have a V6.
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