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Rear quarter window Louvers

Anyone thinking of putting them on their Boss?

I'm thinking about putting these on:

http://www.steeda.com/store/silver-horse-racing-flush-window-louvers-for-ford-mustang.html

I think it would look pretty awesome. Opinions?
 
I put the Ford ones on refinished in CY Competion Orange,they look great.i like them.I tried to post a pic but it will not let me saying its full or contact.....

This shows my car with Ford 1/4 window louvers and my Trackey idle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKLPY8EBDA4
 
Those are better looking than the big ones I have seen on cars driving around. I still think the back windows should have been able to be propped open like on older coupes.
 
I'm not into side louvers but if I was I'd only install the ones from Silver Horse Racing.
 

Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
CaliMR said:
Those are better looking than the big ones I have seen on cars driving around. I still think the back windows should have been able to be propped open like on older coupes.
well if you have the money you can have these installed
http://www.onepieceproducts.com/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=OPP1013QTRSTANG
 
Looking through the directions, it looks pretty professionally done. The cover piece they give you with their logo (to cover the motor) is hideous and unacceptable.
 
CaliMR said:
Maybe, if it was manual. Never heard of that company.

Agreed. No need for this to be electric. It could probably be done for half the price if it was manual and it would be way easier to install as well.
 

Sesshomurai

Haha. Let me guess, that's so the backseat passengers can get some fresh air? Oh wait, no backseats!

boss2511 said:
CaliMR said:
Those are better looking than the big ones I have seen on cars driving around. I still think the back windows should have been able to be propped open like on older coupes.
well if you have the money you can have these installed
http://www.onepieceproducts.com/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=OPP1013QTRSTANG
 
I would like to be able to open them to prevent buffeting from having the fronts open, and I would imagine it would help on the track since the fronts have to be open. Must catch a ton of air inside the car.
 

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