In the late 1970s, Kirbin Performance stated off as a small mail-order business catering to Pontiac GTO owners. By the 1990s, they ventured into various models of the Ford Mustang, offering many billet engine compartment, interior, and exterior dress up components. This helped skyrocket the business and give enthusiasts the ability to clean up their engine bays with Kirbin's line of billet covers and caps. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for Kirban fuel pressure gauges, chrome strut tower covers, billet fuel pressure regulators, shift knobs, and other chrome engine accents.
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LRS hands down is doing everything right. Every experience I have ever had with them shows just what an amazing company they are. There is a reason I come back time after time, instead of going to those "other" mustang aftermarket websites. Customer service is the name of their game, and they are winning. It does not matter whether you call, email, forum PM, or go to the actual store, they are always incredibly helpful and enthusiastic. (Getting to see the Cobra R in their showroom was awesome). I'm proud to have the LRS windshield banner on my car, because I know they will always have my back.
My name is Bryan Bayer and this is my 1988 Mustang GT. Currently going through the process of smoothing the engine bay and building a new motor. Motor is a stock short block 302 with GT40P heads and t...