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    watch for water collecting on the inside of the spoiler. would have to seal it off 100% otherwise you will run into big issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cliffloehr
    FM will be routed to the original antenna on the car's front fender. All the remaining antennas (AM, GPS and WiFi) will be routed into the trunk and through the trunk lid, into the leg of the spoiler, and up into the spoiler itself. I was thinking of cutting an access panel in the bottom of the spoiler and mounting them all on the inside.
    You should get the cobra r spoiler (3 piece) if ur gonna do this...it will be easy to gain access to the inside of it and it looks sweet. Costly, but if ur gonna do that, u should do a complete conversion and either go for the cobra r front or the cervinis stalker front and sides (i had that on my previous car along with the kaminari rear and nothing beat that look).
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3onDubs
    cobra r spoiler
    I'm sure your right... but I have a problem adding flashy-type upgrades. Maybe it's because I saw a guy once who put all the Cobra ground effects, wheel hubs, and badging on his V6 mustang and did nothing to the engine. I did install official GT fog lights, dual exhaust, and GT MAG rims... but I'm avoiding all the "look" only type upgrades.

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    If I'm not mistaken you've got a fiberglass trunk and hood, just like my 03.

    From my experience, XM and GPS work perfectly through the fiberglass, so those you can mount to the inside of the trunk lid.

    Dunno about the AM and WiFi, but give it a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliffloehr
    I'm sure your right... but I hate people who try and make their V6 mustangs look like Cobras! I did install official GT fog lights, add dual exhaust, and GT MAG rims... but I'm avoiding all the ground effects and "look" only type upgrades.
    A MEN!

    That's one of the biggest posur moves a person can do.

    also, Sat. rad. works from beneath cowls, etc. had a sat rad ant. installed under the plastic cowl of the truck for something like 7 years and it worked perfectly fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tj!2k4
    inside of the trunk lid
    Yes the 01' is the same, you bring up an excellent point, and I should start inside the trunk and move to the spoiler if I have any reception problems. No since making more work or myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red GTi VR6
    fab works looks to be good, at least from the shots provided!congrats!
    I went out of my way to hide imperfections from the camera!

    Red, your work is insanely impressive - Hat's off to you!

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    This is a bracket to hold the Computer in place. It was welded together then welded into the car to wrap around the AC controls. The top rail is the original rail and welded back into the same location... (maybe I was too gun-ho in the demolition phase).

    Because the Car Computer is the same size as the original radio, I was able to use the original mounting hardware.
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    very nice!

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    So Far...

    Hear is the (assembled) PC setting on the bracket... it is very stable and easily slides in and out (Like the original radio)

    NOTE:
    A fan is mounted top/center on the case and draws air in from both sides of the DVD drive (under the motherboard) There is an 1/8 gap all the way around the motherboard allowing fresh air rise through the case, over all the components, and out the top. The car's air duct (above the case) is angled perfectly to deflect the air, exiting the computer, to blow on the back of the LCD screen.
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