ROYAL CRIMSON S550 MUSTANG THREAD

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Thanks, I've got it where I want looks wise now. Now it's time for power.





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Fresty, how did the paint come out. Adding body pieces is always risky with this color
 

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Fresty, how did the paint come out. Adding body pieces is always risky with this color
Yeah a lot of colors seem risky. The price point seems really good though.

I love the look of this hood though @frestylmotox01
 

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I was worried about that, but took a chance and I'm glad I did, the paint match is indistinguishable to me, though I'm not a body shop guy. But my car is also a fair weather car and garaged all the time, so I don't know if that helps prevent any fade or shift in color. Overall very happy with the paint, but I will say Cervini's is just ok to work with and I probably wouldn't purchase from them again based on my experience with the grille and hood.
 

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Did a oil change using my quick jacks. Almost made it enjoyable.Then off to the track. It was so hot when I got there I walked around for a few mins then just turned around and went home. It was just to hot to be fun.
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Must not be very many of these around so I thought I would snap a quick photo and post it so that you guys know that their are a few of these that still roam the streets

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Such a gorgeous color

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Did a oil change using my quick jacks. Almost made it enjoyable.Then off to the track. It was so hot when I got there I walked around for a few mins then just turned around and went home. It was just to hot to be fun.
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Just curious which model number of Quick Jack you went with. The 5000 seems to be a little to close to the weight of my convertible for my liking.
 

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I have the 5000. As far as the weight cap. I have used it to lift my Nissan Titan 4x4 with no problem at all. the length was a little short for the truck but as far as weight it didnt even strain. However for just a few hundred more you can get the 7000 cap. just check the length because it may be too long
 

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I guess I haven't posted a pic of my car to this forum yet. I have the tan leather interior. I get so tired of basic black interiors. The stock wheels you see are now wrapped in winter rubber and I have a different set of summer wheels. I need to get some pics of the summer set up.
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Finished up a project that took me a few weeks to complete. Installed a oil cooler and trans cooler as well as a new grill. I had to do mods the MP grill by cutting the lower sides out and once they were removed I installed some grill screen , same style as the MP used in the center section on both upper and lower grills. Once all that stuff was done put everything back together. Now I can run it at the track on a hot day and hopefully not have to worry about running to hot. Next will be a rear diff cooler. I hope that will take care of any hot summer days cooling
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Finished up a project that took me a few weeks to complete. Installed a oil cooler and trans cooler as well as a new grill. I had to do mods the MP grill by cutting the lower sides out and once they were removed I installed some grill screen , same style as the MP used in the center section on both upper and lower grills. Once all that stuff was done put everything back together. Now I can run it at the track on a hot day and hopefully not have to worry about running to hot. Next will be a rear diff cooler. I hope that will take care of any hot summer days cooling
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That all looks really clean! Nicely done!
 

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Thank you. Getting the screen to adhere strongly to the grill proved to be the hardest part.
 

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