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Installed and ready to roll.

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This includes the lower high flow grill.

Oh and I tried to adjust the hood by myself but made it worse 🤦‍♂️
The hood just looks a little too far forward. Should be an easy fix.

Measure the corner of the hood at the point that it should line up with the tip of the fender. Open the hood and put some painters tape on the hood strut and hood, and mark the current position. Make a slit in the tape to separate the piece on the strut from the piece on the hood, cuz you’re gonna need to shift it. Then mark the distance that you measured from the hood tip to the fender tip (second marking should be towards the window). This new marking should be on the hood side. Do the same on both sides of the hood. Loosen strut, align with correct markings, one side at a time, then tighten, rinse and repeat on the other side, and that should fix it. Good luck!





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The hood just looks a little too far forward. Should be an easy fix.

Measure the corner of the hood at the point that it should line up with the tip of the fender. Open the hood and put some painters tape on the hood strut and hood, and mark the current position. Make a slit in the tape to separate the piece on the strut from the piece on the hood, cuz you’re gonna need to shift it. Then mark the distance that you measured from the hood tip to the fender tip (second marking should be towards the window). This new marking should be on the hood side. Do the same on both sides of the hood. Loosen strut, align with correct markings, one side at a time, then tighten, rinse and repeat on the other side, and that should fix it. Good luck!

Thanks for the tip, going to give it a shot before I bite the Bullitt and go to body shop.
 

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Finally got off the fence on stripes. More pics when daylight allows.

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The front has been lowered with no spacers.
The rear has not been lowered and has 25mm spacers.
It's perfect.

Any negative experiences with the spacers? How many miles have you put on since the spacers were installed?
 

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Finally got off the fence on stripes. More pics when daylight allows.

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I am not a big fan of the 18+ front ends. But you car color and what you have done with it looks great. You should be very pleased with it. :rockon:
 

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It's perfect.

Any negative experiences with the spacers? How many miles have you put on since the spacers were installed?
I've put on about 1000 miles with no negative affect. I plan on installing new sway bars and related attachments within a month or so. Also some dress wheels and summer tires arriving in a fortnight. I am looking forward to warmer weather. BTW, I'm not out to make my caar a speed machine but I do want it to perform like a skate when turning a corner etc.
 

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I've put on about 1000 miles with no negative affect. I plan on installing new sway bars and related attachments within a month or so. Also some dress wheels and summer tires arriving in a fortnight. I am looking forward to warmer weather. BTW, I'm not out to make my caar a speed machine but I do want it to perform like a skate when turning a corner etc.
When you say you lowered the front
I've put on about 1000 miles with no negative affect. I plan on installing new sway bars and related attachments within a month or so. Also some dress wheels and summer tires arriving in a fortnight. I am looking forward to warmer weather. BTW, I'm not out to make my caar a speed machine but I do want it to perform like a skate when turning a corner etc.
If you don't mind me asking what did you put on to lower the front and have you run into any issues with driveways or speed bumps where the front end rubs? Reason I'm asking is because I love the stance and I might do the same with mine. I have the same wheels as you and I was thinking about 20 mm spacers for the back because I thought 25 might be too much, but 25 looks great on yours. Glad I finally saw someone with the same wheels to see what potential mods might look like. I'd love to see some more pics. When visiting someones profile is there a way to view all media they've posted?

Sorry for so many questions.
 

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It all comes together really well with the black badges, wheels,tint and rag top. Very clean looking. Are they 10” stripes ?
Thanks! They are 8 and 5/8ths inches each. The shop played with it a little bit to fit them between the hood vents. 10's might work with stock vents. I have the big glossy ones that I think are a bit wider. The stripes are 1.4 inches apart, with .7 inches between them and the vents. Below is a pic from the stripes thread from overhead.


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Thanks! They are 8 and 5/8ths inches each. The shop played with it a little bit to fit them between the hood vents. 10's might work with stock vents. I have the big glossy ones that I think are a bit wider. The stripes are 1.4 inches apart, with .7 inches between them and the vents. Below is a pic from the stripes thread from overhead.


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Thanks. Great photo! . I didn’t notice the aftermarket vents in other pics. I was only looking at spacing between vents and stripes. I have the narrow stripes to install( 7 1/2” ). So did you have a vision of how you wanted your car to look and did it meet expectations? I have this picture in my head of what I want, in process of sourcing parts etc, hopefully in next few weeks it’ll come to fruition for me.
 

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