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JLT Performance is launching some more Carbon Fiber pieces soon.

The stuff looks awesome, and I got my chance to try some out.

I picked up the radiator shroud cover and the fuse box cover today.

If you have the C/F intake, these pieces are a must have.


Installation of the parts is extremely easy, first start with removing the radiator cover...



Gently pry up the center pins, then remove the clips...





Install the new part and attach w/ the previously removed clips...




Pieces look awesome...




Fuse box cover is easily attached w/ two way tape. 3M of course, JLT doesn't compromise even in the small details.

Clean surface w/ supplied alcohol wipe...




Remove backing on tape...



Position gently in desired location, then press lightly to adhere the tape.




Very easy to put on and compliments the C/F intake piece.




Note, no more ugly prop rod junk!!

Available here...

http://jlttruecoldair.com/gt500.htm
 

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Poopdog died over here. Hahaha....
 

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JLT Performance is launching some more Carbon Fiber pieces soon.

The stuff looks awesome, and I got my chance to try some out.

I picked up the radiator shroud cover and the fuse box cover today.

If you have the C/F intake, these pieces are a must have.


Installation of the parts is extremely easy, first start with removing the radiator cover...



Gently pry up the center pins, then remove the clips...





Install the new part and attach w/ the previously removed clips...




Pieces look awesome...




Fuse box cover is easily attached w/ two way tape. 3M of course, JLT doesn't compromise even in the small details.

Clean surface w/ supplied alcohol wipe...




Remove backing on tape...



Position gently in desired location, then press lightly to adhere the tape.




Very easy to put on and compliments the C/F intake piece.




Note, no more ugly prop rod junk!!

Available here...

http://jlttruecoldair.com/gt500.htm



Sweeeeeeeeet
 

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I ordered last week also.

I ordered a the blue radiator cover along with a blue tube for the cai and a blue air filter.

It should look good with the blue stripes painted under the hood.:cool:

Cal
 

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I ordered last week also.

I ordered a the blue radiator cover along with a blue tube for the cai and a blue air filter.

It should look good with the blue stripes painted under the hood.:cool:

Cal
That sounds cool, I'll have to stop by and look at it before Jay sends it off. I've seen the blue CAI, but he didn't have the other parts in blue when I was there.
 

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That sounds cool, I'll have to stop by and look at it before Jay sends it off. I've seen the blue CAI, but he didn't have the other parts in blue when I was there.
He told me it would probably be a couple weeks. No problem, the car is in hybernation.:(
 

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It's actually snowing here tonight, so no riding for a few days at least.:(
 

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Snowing? What happened to spring? Let me guess 10 snowflakes?
We have a MAJOR blizzard coming in, we are expecting almost 1/2", I may not be able to get to work Monday!:D
 

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Only thing I'm trying to decide is whether to get the std black CF or the red CF.

I already have the red CF CAI, so the other 2 pieces would fit right it, but I'm not sure if it's TOO MUCH red under the hood.

Here are some pics Jay posted of the red pieces on a black car like mine.



 

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Joe,
I am watching a movie with Peaches and I just showed her your dilema on which color to pick. For what it's worth, we both think you should get the red because the CAI is red. Tana said it would add a nice splash of color to the engine compartment. She said it would give it some "wow factor".

I ordered black because my CAI is black.
 

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Joe,
I am watching a movie with Peaches and I just showed her your dilema on which color to pick. For what it's worth, we both think you should get the red because the CAI is red. Tana said it would add a nice splash of color to the engine compartment. She said it would give it some "wow factor".
Peaches thinks like Deb.

Deb said the same thing... plus, I think it will look good with my two-tone interior.

Thanks for the advice!


 

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Only thing I'm trying to decide is whether to get the std black CF or the red CF.

I already have the red CF CAI, so the other 2 pieces would fit right it, but I'm not sure if it's TOO MUCH red under the hood.

Here are some pics Jay posted of the red pieces on a black car like mine.



If I had a Black or Alloy car, I think the Red would be great.

I'm with George, I don't care for the flashy polished stuff.
 

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how many inches we got there? i'm off in no mans land, and shelby is tucked away, since Nov...arrrrrrrrg
I'm in Virginia Beach and we got a good covering last night, not sure how much in inches, but it is almost all burned off now though it is still very cold.

What part of Virginia are you from and when will you be back?
 

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I'm in Virginia Beach and we got a good covering last night, not sure how much in inches, but it is almost all burned off now though it is still very cold.

What part of Virginia are you from and when will you be back?
Same town as you Bill. Be back in Apr. Got many parts in the garage waiting for my return and wrench work. Welcome to the site. I'm lucky i even have a connection now. It's hit and miss.
Keith
 
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