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MGP Black Caliper Covers w/ GT Logo - Front & Rear (05-10 GT, V6)

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$199.00

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  • MPN# 10197SMG2BK

  • Market Price $229.99
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Features
  • Custom GT Styling.
  • 6061-T6 Aerospace Aluminum.
  • Black Powder Coat Finish.
  • Reduces Brake Dust.
  • Easy Install.
  • Fits 2005-2010 Mustangs with 17" or Larger Rims.
Description
Mustang Styling. This set of four Black MGP Caliper Covers are a great way to set off your new rims and they feature modern "Mustang" lettering on the front two covers and the iconic "GT" logo on the rear two. These Officially Licensed MGP Caliper Covers will give any S197 GT Mustang a big brake race ready look that will turn heads.

Reduces Brake Dust. These Caliper Covers not only look fantastic, but they also act as a protective dust shield to help keep your rims looking cleaner longer.

Quality Construction. MGP makes their Caliper covers from light weight 6061-T6 Aerospace Aluminum that is formed to the caliper for a perfect fit. The covers are then powder coated for a long lasting high gloss look. The installation brackets are TIG welded in place for extra security.

Easy No Mess Install. Painting your calipers can be messy and time consuming, but the MGP Caliper Covers simply install over your stock calipers and are held in place with the supplied clip and bolt. For a no muss, no fuss install.

Application. Designed to fit over factory brakes, this set of four MGP caliper covers include all the required hardware needed for installation on a 2005 to 2010 and newer V6 or GT Mustang.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

What's in the Box
  • (2) Front Caliper Covers
  • (2) Rear Caliper Covers
  • (8) Mounting Clips
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 08, 09
  • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

Fits with factory brake calipers only, does not fit Shelby GT500.

Technical Note. A minimum of 1/8 of an inch clearance between the wheel and the brake caliper is required for proper fitment. We have found that the MGP caliper covers will require the use of a small 1/4" spacer to provide proper clearance with our aftermarket Bullitt wheels, see drop down option above

Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Just Not Intuitive... But I found the solution!

So here is my take. Good Product - They look good. Could be better and MGP / AM / all the others selling these, should come up with some guidance for the install - I am available for consulting. BTW, ...

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3/5
Caliper Covers

At first glance they are great. The front fit with good clearance, but did not cover the whole caliper. The clips for the rear covers rubbed the outside diameter of the rotors, and had to be removed. ...

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Overall Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars
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Review & Install Video

Hey I’m Justin with AmericanMuscle.com, and I’m checking out MGP’s front and rear caliper covers, fitting all 2005 and newer Mustangs. So here’s the deal, an aftermarket big brake kit is not exactly cheap, and painting your factory calipers can sometimes not give you the results you’re looking for. These covers from MGP are a great way to cover up those ugly factory calipers, while adding a little customization and helping to reduce the brake dust on your wheels. The covers are offered in a red or a black powder coat and with a number of different logo options. We have a couple here on the table including the red GT logo, the complete black Cobra setup, the red running Pony logo, and the black 5.0 logo, just to name a few. Taking a closer look at the calipers you’ll first notice a very durable T6 aluminum construction, along with that powder coated red or black finish. In addition we have the officially licensed logo right in the center, along with some simulated hardware for a more realistic look. The installation really isn’t all that bad and should take you about an hour from start to finish. Of course you will need to remove your wheels just to gain access to the calipers so make sure you have your jack handy. In addition you’re going to want to make sure 3/8” wrench just to tighten up the hardware on the covers themselves, but other than that everything is completely straightforward. So if you’re tired of looking at those rusty factory calipers and you don’t feel like forking out big dough for an aftermarket big brake kit, you’ll want to look into MGP’s caliper covers available right here at AmericanMuscle.com

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What are the 5/16 spacers for? I have 18" aftermarket rims with stock brake calipers, do I need the spacers?

Waterboywt3wd2

  • You do not need them. They are just trying to sell you more things you don't want or need.

    ChrisfreakingG

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Overall Rating 3.9

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    April 25, 2016

    Just Not Intuitive... But I found the solution!

    So here is my take. Good Product - They look good. Could be better and MGP / AM / all the others selling these, should come up with some guidance for the install - I am available for consulting. BTW, I purchased them from a different vendor because I wanted the Satin Silver. First, if you have stock wheels, you will probably need the spacers. I added 1/4" spacers with the 18" stock Bullitt wheels. Be aware not all spacers are the same - buy cheap, get cheap. Many are designed to be universal and are not made very uniform, so they can affect alignment and balance. I purchased Eibach spacers. And the big issue, everyone else has been correct about the noise, especially from the rear. But like I said, I figured out the problem and a solution! Summary: - Bend the clips - DO NOT seat them completely flush - Be careful to not let them twist too much as you tighten - Double check the gauging once tightened I installed them late yesterday thinking I could do it relatively quick, but took a little longer than expected as the fitment was a little off. Then I started getting dark and I rushed on the left rear - and it made lots of squealing noise when I test drove. So this afternoon, I took it all apart again and reinstalled paying close attention to the gap at the rotor - The real problem. The problem is these are designed in a non-intuitive fashion. As shade tree types, we expect things to fit properly - tight and flush. Which is where my problem and likely everyone else's problem comes from. So here is my install guidance. Step 1: Bend the clips. Mine were a bit open so I bend them to close them up a bit. This will make them fit tight once in place. Step 2: DO NOT seat them completely. Again, I expected the clips needed to be pushed in fully flush with the caliber. However, they have a an odd little 45 degree bend / notch where the bottom of the clip turns towards the top. DO NOT push the the clip in past where the bottom of the clip makes the 45 degree turn. It will leave about a 1/4 inch gap between the clip and the edge of the caliper. Yes, it looks wrong, but this works. If you push the clip all the way flush, the part where the bottom turns 45 degrees or the leading edge of the clip will flex down and possibly touch the rotor - creating the noise. Step 3: - Be careful to not let them twist too much as you tighten. Once seated and the gauge checked for clearance, tighten the clips. Try to maintain the seating as much as possible. However, the clip is going to twist and flex some in the direction you tighten and possibly touch the rotor. I stuck a flat head screwdriver under the edge of the clip so it would not twist too much and maintain the seating. Step 4: - Double check the gauging once tightened. Again, I found that the clips twist and can touch the rotor after they are tightened. If they have twisted, loosen them a little and reseat them adn then retighen until you get the clearance from the rotor. Just takes some patience, but these are not as quick an install on Mustangs as MGP would have you believe.

    MajorMustang

    Year: 2006 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 3

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  • 3/5

    April 19, 2010

    Caliper Covers

    At first glance they are great. The front fit with good clearance, but did not cover the whole caliper. The clips for the rear covers rubbed the outside diameter of the rotors, and had to be removed. There was no way to even come close to the .027" required. Not sue if my 2010 calipers are different, but they would just not fit. Otherwise, good looking product.

    C. W.

    Year: 2010

    Helpful (7) (0)

  • 3/5

    May 23, 2010

    MGW Caliper Covers

    The caliper cover bracket rubbed the rotors on the front and rear. The clearance was just way to close for me and had to be removed.

    Travis

    Helpful (3) (0)

  • 4/5

    May 10, 2011

    Looks GREAT, fits not so well

    These black GT caliper covers look fantastic on the car. However, like others have said, the clips which hold the covers onto the caliper will rub on the REAR brake rotors' outside rim. I managed to get them on with enough clearance by putting the clips on BACKWARDS, but be warned that you will more than likely have to improvise. The front caliper covers fit perfectly with no issues.

    Steve

    Year: 2008 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip

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  • 4/5

    August 19, 2010

    MGP Covers

    Great product..Fitment was a slight issue but overall great..Thanks

    Dave

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  • 2/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    June 08, 2015

    not worth it

    To much trouble for the price. A major pain to get the covers and clips lined up with proper clearance.

    william

    Year: 2006 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2

    Helpful (1) (0)

  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    March 11, 2014

    The product requires some machining of rear rotors!

    I like the appearance of the GT covers, but the rear clips did not have the required clearance from the top of the rear rotors and therefore rubbed. I had to have the outside edge of the rear rotors machined down by 8 thousands of an inch to get the needed clearance needed. No rubbing now.

    Grzly23

    Year: 2007 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Arizona

    Helpful (1) (0)

  • 3/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    September 22, 2013

    Tough Install

    Let me start by saying American Muscle is a great company to buy parts from. I love the super fast and free shipping. As for the MGP caliper covers, I feel that they should fit better. The covers did not rub the back of the wheel, but the mounting bracket rubs on the brake rotor. It took several tries bending and tweaking the bracket to get it to stop rubbing. Now that they are on, they look awesome! I just wish they fit better from the factory.

    badcs

    Year: 2008 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 New Lenox, IL, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    February 27, 2012

    Caliper covers

    Alloy '07 with Black Mustang/GT covers on the calipers really sets off the vehicle with the new American Wheels and tire purchased right here on American Muscle. Wonderful item with perfect look.

    meavans

    Year: 2007 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Milford, OH

    Helpful (1) (0)

  • 5/5

    April 04, 2010

    caliper covers

    The rear caliper cover clips when installed on the calipers rubed on the roters. There is not enough space for the clips between the calipers and the rotars.

    Jerry Stone

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