Add a custom touch to your S197 engine bay with a set of 2005-2014 Mustang MRT no drill hood struts. These struts mount at the rear of your engine bay using factory bolts for a quick and easy installation. They eliminate the need for a hood prop rod to give you more clearance and a cleaner engine compartment. This set has a carbon fiber finish to give your Mustang a unique new look!
**For use with Factory Style Hood**
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MRT performance is a team of dedicated performance enthusiasts with over 30 years of automotive experience. Their goal is to to help you fall deeper in love with your car through their new innovate product developing. From track performance to custom styling, MRT bring customers the best in automotive engineering. Get your MRT hood struts at LatemodelRestoration.com!
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This company is simply amazing and everything I bought works and is shipped to me fast. I have a '91 Mustang GT that I bought brand new and still drive thanks to this company! I've replaced a lot of items to include power upgrades, my engine sensors, power window motor, bushings, and a lot of cosmetic renewals and everything simply works. I REALLY appreciate the excellent videos by Jonathan! If it weren't for those I may not have bought items thinking these installs would be too hard but he is awesome at simplifying the process and I find more things I want to buy that keep my stang running and looking new. Thanks guys!
It has been ages, when I started to LOVE something called a MUSTANG. Maybe I was only 10 years old, since then, my passion was never the less. What really inspire me about the Mustang is the history a...