What did you do to your S550 Mustang today?!

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Deciding between black and white was a hard decision. I went with the higher contrast.
Yeah. I was overthinking the same 😁
Found a couple of custom shift ball sites. Some where $$$$. Finally got tired of looking and went back to Ford Performance one with shift pattern. White would have looked good too. Then there was a carbon fiber one 😂
Too many options 🤣
 

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You have a cool wife. I will probably get another shirt for xmas. :yawn:
😁 she’s the best! We’ve been happily married 33 years. When we were dating she bought me a set of Stewart Warner stage 3 gauges for my Torino for Christmas one year. She gets me 😁
 

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I kept it home today thankfully; mainly cause I haven't done anything to fix it yet. But glad I did after seeing someone worse at missing non moving objects than me.

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Wish I had a dash cam in the Lexus to record this shit happening. Dude or Dudette went to make a u-turn and drove over the median before beaching it on the sign post.
 

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^^^ Mr/Mrs Magoo must have been driving.
It was so stupid to even witness.

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I could hear them trying to reverse off it, but that shit was stuck. I'm just glad I was in the front row and got around it first.
 

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Had the fine mechanic (and M6G forum member) at RPM AutoHous install my street rotors and PowerStop pads, extended stud Ford front hubs, and the Fortune Auto 510 series front shocks. Used a 250lb/in spring 9 inches long and put 2.5" of preload into the system. We had set the front shocks to ~same length as the Steeda Pro-Actions that came off the car, which was (not unsurprisingly) the wrong thing to do. Ended up with ~5" of wheel gap - like those ass-dragging trucks famous in SC. So will take 3" out of the height adjuster which can be done with the shock mounted on the car.

He used a dremel to carve out the strut tower hole to ~3" so the (stupid design) camber plate can be adjusted. Will probably still look into retrofitting Vorschlag and/or Steeda plates.
 

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I installed my short throw shifter today
 

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Not what I did to the car today but what I saw from my car today on the way home from work. I thought I’d post it here for a few laughs. If you can zoom in on it take a look at the bolt on side eye sores, the diffuser
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and the writing on the side but the best part is whats written on the back rear right side. :facepalm:
 
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