Mustang Side Scoop Installation

Mustang Side Scoop Installation

Mustang Side Scoops

Loss of scoops: We Will not be responsible for improperly installed scoops.

Note: prior to installation, verify bonding tape surface has not been damaged during the painting process. If tape is damaged, it must be replaced with 3m acrylic bonding tape for proper adhesion. 3m Acrylic tape part 051131-06382.

Side scoops must be installed at a temperature of 70 degrees and above. If necessary, you can heat the area with a heat gun. Installation area must be treated with isoprophyl alcohol to remove dust and wax.

Failure of following the above directions, may result in loss of this product.



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