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Latest mods - Ford Bullitt Grille & Fogs - 05-25-2008

Well, took the long weekend and worked on my latest mod.. I had added the Ford Bullitt Grille a couple of weeks ago, but waited until I had gotten all my parts for my new fog lights before I went public with my pics.. I fab'ed up some special mounting hardware and tubes, as well as used the original GT fog lights wiring harness, so I could use the stock switch. I never really liked the huge stock fog lights, and so I designed my own.

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Fab'ed fogs 1



Fab'ed fogs 2





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And a few closer look pics of my ford bullitt grille and fog light install.





























Mods/Upgrades: 1 of 8,519 GT/CS built in 2007 - professional tint, Factory plenum cover, MRT hood struts, MRT retro shift knob, SHR honeycomb rear black out panel, WebElectric Sequential Turn Signals, factory T-Lok with 3.55 gears, Shorty Antenna, Pypes Street-Pro mufflers w/ 4" polished stainless tips, C&L 95mm Racer CAI, custom SCT XCal II 87/93 HP Dyno Tunes, Black Powder coated twin beam strut tower bar, MRT Rear Window Louvers, Ford Bullitt grille and self designed one-off custom lower grille fogs, G-TechPro RR.

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Oh now that is cool as hell! Are those the PP fogs?

Shouldn't those but splices be heat shrink under the car?


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looks great!!!


   
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Looks awesome...I agree though..you need to weather proof the connectors some..great job on the fab though



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Oh now that is cool as hell! Are those the PP fogs?

Shouldn't those but splices be heat shrink under the car?
Thanks bro.. nope, these are the Hella OPTILUX Model 1180 Fog Lights, found them for $37 a pair with wiring harness and switch, but didn't need those.

Yea, I guess I should have used heat shrink, and sealed them better.. to be truthful, I hadn't thought about that till ya mentioned it, doh! Well, once I remove the splash guard, they are pretty easy to get to, So I guess that'll be another weekend project.




Mods/Upgrades: 1 of 8,519 GT/CS built in 2007 - professional tint, Factory plenum cover, MRT hood struts, MRT retro shift knob, SHR honeycomb rear black out panel, WebElectric Sequential Turn Signals, factory T-Lok with 3.55 gears, Shorty Antenna, Pypes Street-Pro mufflers w/ 4" polished stainless tips, C&L 95mm Racer CAI, custom SCT XCal II 87/93 HP Dyno Tunes, Black Powder coated twin beam strut tower bar, MRT Rear Window Louvers, Ford Bullitt grille and self designed one-off custom lower grille fogs, G-TechPro RR.

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That looks great, I really like the upgrade.


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Looks good. I like it!


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Man that looks good. Yeah I agree the fogs on the GT are just to big.





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Very nice indeed! Where did you find those plastic tubes?


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