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You'll be happy with them. They're pricey, but definitely the best solution to cover those holes. I had them on my 17.
The oil pressure is very low on these, especially the 18 and up. I want to say my 19 is around 17 psi at idle once warmed up.
I’ve heard the cover is a pain. Glad it was something simple.
I prefer black badges but boy, what a difference between the two colors. The silver really shows all that detail.
If your car is a 2016 as your profile shows, the battery is 4 years old. Probably time for a new battery.
Add me to the list who said they would turn it off but actually loves it. I've been driving a stick for 30 years and it just works..every time....
LOL!!!! The things that people worry about
I have them and I'm happy with them. I didn't like the looks when I first installed them, but now with the new wheels and tires, they just blend...
I had the Drake one. It was complete junk. I took it off and threw it in the trash. I installed an oem PP2 instead.
It's an option under settings. RPM, Gear and I want to say there was one other option to display. I only stumbled across it several days ago...
You’re absolutely correct, my mistake. We were talking two completely different things.
PP1 & PP2 have the same torque & the same gear ratio. The redline is the same on all 18-20 Mustangs regardless of package.
Thank you very much!
I must be an idiot. I couldn't get the bolt out of the head for the life of me to install the stud. Any advice? (I'm usually not a moron lol)
American Racing AR924's, I love them.
This right here exactly. I had to do the same thing to a friends that had a very similar gap. It's a two minute fix.
This is my fifth Mustang. I've admired and wanted a Mustang since I was 16. A friend had bought a brand new 87 LX notchback, he pulled into the...
Yup, no surprises, pretty straight forward.
In theory, the bumper cover is the same so it should work. I know the belly pan is different on the PP1 than non-PP. So you would need a new belly...