SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Vent Louver (pair) UNPAINTED for 2010-2014 Mustang

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SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Vent Louver (pair) UNPAINTED for 2010-2014 Mustang
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    4 lbs
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Featured in almost all the major Mustang magazines since their release, the Flush-Mount vent louvers from SilverHorse Racing are the ONLY ones available that are designed for an OEM-style flush-mount fit!

Purchased and used by Ford for the 2008-2014 flagship drag race car the FR500CJ Cobra Jet (video of the 2008 model HERE!)

Made from dark-tinted polycarbonate (transparent plastic) to the same thickness as the OE glass, these pieces have UV inhibitors in the material for a long, trouble free life. Use of tinted polycarbonate allows for our pieces to have the most visibility from the driver's seat of any louver on the market, a prime design element. Painting after normal surface preparation is required. Removal of factory window glass and minor trimming of plastic is required. Installation instructions are available on our website.

Come packaged as a pair, with left and right sides.


US Patent D551141.

This is an UNPAINTED set, for a PAINTED set Click Here!


Make Year Model / Body Style Engine / Transmission
  • Manufacturer
    SilverHorse Racing
  • Installation Time
    (approx) 3 hours
  • Difficulty level
  • Install Instructions
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  • Primary Material
    Dark-tinted polycarbonate plastic
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  • Ships From
    Our Florida location
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  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    The louvers are great and look fantastic. HOWEVER....DO YOURSELF A FAVOR! Buy the Pre-Painted louvers!! My friend has owned a body shop for over 30 years and he said he'd never do it again. You have to be intimately knowledgeable about painting lexan.

    Also, rather than removing the window per the instructions, once I had the back seat interior panels out, it was much simpler to use a good utility knife and cut the sealant holding the window in. You still want to tape around the outside of the window so you don't make any marks removing the glass.
  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    Amazing service! Great quality product and a cool t-shirt free with the purchase!

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