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    Features, Video & Details

    • Retro Muscle Car Styling
    • Textured Black Finish
    • ABS Construction
    • Lift-Off Design
    • Paint-Able
    • Fits All 2005 to 2014 Coupes

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys. Adam here with And today, we're taking a closer look at and, of course, installing the MMD ABS Rear Window Louvers, available for all '05 to '14 Mustang Coupes. First off, before we jump into things guys, if you're not a Coupe owner, if you own the convertible, this one is not gonna be for you obviously, so Coupe owners only when it comes to these louvers. Now you should be checking these out for your own S197 if you're in the market for an exterior styling part that's super bold, very impactful and reminiscent of the '60s and '70s muscle-car styling.Now these here, add that retro look to the exterior appearance with a one-piece ABS-plastic textured matte black finish. Now the louvers here are very smooth, they hug the body lines of the vehicle very well and are an absolute perfect fitment to the S197, '05 through '14 windshield. Now the one-piece lift-off design is something that I really like. There are some three-piece kits in the category that are a little bit more involved and typically the three pieces are an aluminum finish. This, of course, is the very commonly used ABS-plastic which is a very durable, very impact-resistant, fade-resistant plastic. And that textured black finish on top just adds a little bit of aggression to it in my personal opinion. But it is worth noting that if you want it to take this to a paint shop of your choice, you could have this custom painted or paint-matched to your vehicle color. So the one-piece design here is also designed to make it easier for you to remove in order to clean your windshield. Now, all around the edges of this are brackets that you'll install with 3M tape to adhere it to the windshield.Now if you want to remove this guy to go through your car wash or just to clean off that rear windshield, there are little nuts holding them to the brackets, remove those guys with an 8-millimeter socket, and you can lift this off all in one piece. So that makes it really convenient to have that appearance on when you're driving, but you can remove it when it comes time for routine maintenance. Now the price tag for this guy comes in right around 300 bucks, making it a pretty affordable exterior mod that has such a big impact on the appearance.Now the install is gonna get one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Anybody can tackle this in the driveway at home with about 30 minutes from start to finish. It is however recommended to have a helping hand on deck to get everything aligned properly because doing it yourself can be very, very tricky and you want to make sure you get a perfect alignment around your windshield.Before we jump into things, a couple of things I want to mention. Adhesion Promoter is included in the kit to give you that added peace of mind to make sure that the bonding between the 3M tape and your windshield is super strong. It's, of course, not required and we're not gonna be using it in this video simply because we are uninstalling this after the video here, but it is recommended to use to get that better bond. Also, silicone sealant is included in the kit which you can use to seal off the brackets so that water can't get underneath them to make sure it also keeps that good bonding year-round. Finally, you're gonna need very simple hand tools for this. And now at this point, I'm gonna shut up and show you guys every single step of the process. What do you say we get started?Tools used in this install include a blade, box cutter or something similar, ratchet and an 8-millimeter socket, and recommended would be a clean microfiber and a soap and water mixture and a squirt bottle. Guys, we're gonna kick things off by starting with our louvers face down on a table here. We have to install all of the individual brackets on the backside of our louvers to the pre-drilled holes all around the edges. Now we have three on this side, one on each side, and three at the top there. You want to take the brackets which have two strips of 3M tape installed on the back, and you're basically going to remove the nut as well as the washer, and you're going to install it onto these holes. Now when you do so, you want to make sure that you're putting it through the back, your washer up on the front over the stud, and then finally tighten it down with the nut. Now, we're only gonna finger tight these now. We're gonna reinstall them onto the vehicle later and that's where we'll actually get them snug with our ratchet and socket. When you're installing the brackets, you want to make sure they're not overlapping the edges. Install them so that they're facing inward. Grab the washers and the nuts and tighten them down. All right. So I'm gonna put this spacer over the back, and finally just tighten that nut. Repeat this for each one of the holes.Next step here, we're gonna remove the backing on each one of the individual strips of 3M pre-applied to the back of each bracket. Once that's taken care of, we'll clean up our windshield, apply our louvers, and go from there. Now, to peel the backing off of these guys, I'm gonna use a small blade just because I am lacking in the finger nail department.All right. At this point we have the backing peeled off, I'm gonna set this table aside. We're gonna head over here, grab our alcohol wipes, maybe some soap and water and microfiber and clean off the back windshield. Next step, guys, I have a soap and water mixture in a squirt bottle and a clean microfiber. I'm just gonna clean off the windshield here. Keep in mind, I recommend not using chemicals like Windex or stuff like that. While it does clean the windshield, it also leaves behind that chemical residue, which can also prohibit a 3M bonding. So what we want to do is just stick to soap and water. I'm gonna open this guy up, and clean this guy off.Next step, I'm gonna grab the alcohol wipes included in the kit. I'm just gonna wipe off the edging area about five, six inches out from the paint just to make sure we're covering the area that the brackets will apply to. Now this is a very important step after you cleaned the windshield, going back with alcohol, ensure that it's getting the rest of the little bits of dirt and dust that would keep a good bonding from happening. All right. Same thing on the other side.Next step, guys, grab a helping hand. I got my buddy Joe here. We're gonna throw our louvers into place. You really only have one solid shot at this. You want to make sure you're lining these up carefully using the edges of the windshield as a guide on both sides and top and bottom. Very nice. Once you have it in place, just put firm even pressure on each one of the brackets, make sure it gets a good stick. We're good to move on.All right. Now that we have our louvers in place, we have each one of our brackets stuck down to the windshield, what we actually have to do, believe it or not, is remove the louvers and allow the brackets to cure for up to 24 hours without the weight of the louvers pressing down on them. We want the bonding to get that day's worth of settling down to get as good a bond as possible. What we're gonna do now is actually remove each one of the nuts and the spacers, washers, and we're gonna pop our louvers off.From here, I'm just gonna lift off and set it aside. Now the next step here guys is highly recommended but not fully required. What we recommend doing is taking the clear super silicone sealant included in the kit for you, putting on this nozzle, and outlining each one of the brackets with a thin strip of the sealant. That'll help keep and prevent all of the rainwater, snow, sleet, hail from undercutting that 3M, getting it to unstick, and popping off which we don't obviously want to happen. So grab the silicone sealant in the kit, you're basically gonna take the cap off, punch a hole in the lid. You're gonna take this and run it right around putting a very thin layer right around the edges of each bracket. Now, we're not gonna do this simply because at the end of this video, we're just gonna uninstall these. It's not staying on our fleet car, but I did want to quickly show you guys what that would look like. Highly recommended but not required.Once you let them cure for 24 hours and you have that sealant taken care of, I'm gonna drop your louvers back into place. Line those up on the studs and drop them through each hole. Should line up perfectly here. If you need to, you might want to go underneath of that trunk lid for the start. Go around the car making sure each stud is actually through the holes. Looks good. Grab the nuts and washers and put them back in place.All right. At this point, grab an 8-millimeter deep socket or short socket, go back down and tighten them all with a ratchet. All right. Once you're done tightening up that last one guys, that's about it. You're good to go. Well, guys, that's gonna wrap up my review and install for the MMD ABS Rear Window Louvers for all '05 to '14 Coupes. And again, you can get yours exclusively right here at

    Muscle Car Styling. Complete the muscle car inspired styling of your Mustang with this high quality Modern Muscle Design ABS rear window louver. Rear window louvers were all the rage in the 60's & 70's and now you can have the same aggressive styling for your modern pony.

    Convenient Lift-off Design. These MMD Rear Window Louvers will give your modern Pony classic muscle car styling and with its convenient lift off design, you can still keep your back window clean. They are not hinged, so there is no need to worry about people messing with them.

    Paint-able Black Finish. Completed in an aggressive black textured finish these high quality ABS plastic rear window louvers can be installed as is, or be painted to match your Mustang's exterior.

    Application. These Modern Muscle Design ABS Rear Window Louvers are designed to fit all 2005 to 2014 Mustang coupes including the V6, GT, Bullitt, BOSS, and Shelby GT500 models.

    Modern Muscle Design

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# 41336

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Textured ABS 1 piece Window Louver
    • Hardware
    • Installation Instructions
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    • Material: ABS
    • Finish: Textured
    • Color: Black
    • Requires Painting: No
    • Paintable: Yes
    • Hinged: No
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        Questions & Answers (43)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        What do you suggest for severe, louver to glass rattles at highway speeds? I lined the complete peripheral under-edge, and the top under-edges of the first two louver vanes, with black 1/8 x 3/8 firm sponge tape [ACE Hardware product #57625; $2.99 per package]. It took two, 10ft packs. It's completely hidden, and since it worked so well to eliminate the problem, I thought I'd also mention it as a solution for other customers.

        • Hello! Thank you for your advise on fixing this issue. We do appreciate your input and we are glad you were able to creatively fix the rattling you were experiencing. And I'm sure other customers appreciate that bit of info as well!

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        Where can i get replacement brackets for these? I managed to lose all but two of mine when i took them off to switch cars.

        • I'm sorry that you lost the majority of those brackets, however we do sell replacement sets that will work. Just give us a call at 1-844-494-7745, and one of our customer service representatives can set up with a new hardware kit!

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        Vibrating on window What is everyone doing for vibrations. I can hear it against the rear window. I have tightened everything. Any ideas? Still love the way they look.

        • I used a set of thick black rubber washers (actually common kitchen faucet seats) and pushed them on between the louvers and the arcorn nuts. It look better with than without them (looks more finished), takes up some of the extra space or gap I felt was between the nut and the louvers (on some - could be a source of some of the rattles or vibration) where the stud bottoms out because its an acrorn style nut. Also with the washers or faucet seats being nice an thick it added some resistance where you could snug the nuts just enough to start to compress the rubber to avoid over tightening.

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        Is it recommended to install the brackets, wait 24 hours for them to seal and stick correctly, and then install the louvers? Couldn't you just use a blow dryer set on cool to speed up the drying process so you can install the louvers after a couple hours of waiting for the brackets to have a strong stick?

        • The brackets in the MMD ABS Rear Window Louvers should be applied in 70 degree weather or high with no to low humidity and remain in those conditions for at least 48 hours. After those 48 hours, you may then install the louvers and drive the vehicle. Some enthusiasts opt to wait less time, and it does work sometimes but we would recommend letting the adhesive adhere properly.

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        how much is vision obstructed and get these be painted? how much is visibility obstructed? and can these be painted?

        • Vision isn't obstructed too much looking out, but looking in is hard. It also keeps car cooler because it shades the entire back seat. Don't know about painting, I've had mine for 3 years and use Mother's Back to Black to keep it looking good.

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        10 More Questions
        Car Wash? Can I take my car through a car wash with these louvers? The one I normally use has soft touch cloth that goes across the top of the car. 4 answers
        Will using the rear window defroster ruin or melt the tape off? I like to drive in the cold winter and need to use my rear window defroster on cold mornings. Thanks! 1 answer
        I live in Canada and drive my car year round. Have these been tested in cold weather and snow? 1 answer
        I've seen several reviews saying that the bolts and nuts are breaking and not holding. Sometimes the entire louver is hanging or something comes loose. I'm really wanting to get this product but it sounds like it is having some issues. Are there any strong bolts that I can go buy at a hardware store that will work for this or has anyone found a way to get it all together? Thank you American Muscle!! 1 answer
        ive read that it is advised to definitely take the louvers off before taking your car through a car wash but how does the tape stand through it? Will the 3mtape hold through car washes? 1 answer
        I recently bought these and they look amazing, but when I tried to take them off the brackets that held them on came off to. Is there any way I could get some extras? 1 answer
        Do the color and finish for these louvers closely match the matte black MMD quarter window louvers I recently installed? 2 answers
        Does this look good with carbon fiber quarter window louver? 0 answer
        Can I get American muscle to paint this for me? If so, how much extra. I was very surprised and very pleased with how well the painted 1/4 window Louvers matched the factory paint. 1 answer
        These same louvers are listed as 05-09, 10-14, and 05-14. 41336, 41336a, 41336b. Appear to be the same kit. Is there a difference or just listed under each year range? Thanks 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.2 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

          Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

          Installation Cost: $100-$250

          • January 11, 2020

            5 2014 V6 - since64

            RW louver

            Nice fit, only laid it on there to see what it would look like, for its too cold to put it on right now...It would of been a great deal nicer if it were pre painted to match your car, if you wanted it to be. But, its nice, I'm sure it will be nice driving with the ABS, I've had the aluminum ones in the past and they rattle...

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          • January 09, 2020

            4 2013 GT - Buffaloman55

            Rear Louvers

            Will be putting these on this summer. Bought two sets. Painted one, left the other black. Can swap them out to give my car a different look from time to time.

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          • December 20, 2019

            5 2012 V6 - John Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Rear side window louvers

            The louvers fitted like a glove and really looked good. i bought them to protect from the but the look is just as worthwhile

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          • December 11, 2019

            4 2014 V6 - jlk Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Rear Louvers

            The Rear window louvers look real good, but the screws on the tape strips are not very strong, one of mine broke off, I am just glade they gave me an extra one.

            Helpful (1)
          • November 15, 2019

            3 2006 V6 - JarrettS


            I was hoping to put this on today, but I can’t with the missing hardware, doesn't look like the box was opened and no holes so they just forgot to add part of the product. The part came with no scratches or cracks thank god.

            Helpful (1)
          • November 11, 2019

            5 2006 V6 - Anonymous Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            Perfect fit. Very easy for installing just the brackets to fragile but you can buy on line more strong brackets

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          • October 22, 2019

            1 2012 V6 - JohnA Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: 0-$100


            Disappointed in the quality of the hardware with this manufacturer. The first hardware rusted in less than 3 months and streaked rust down the louvers. American Muscle was fantastic at sending replacement hardware however the new hardware is rusting right out of the package. I did not reinstall with new hardware. Went to hardware store and bought my own hardware. Also when replacing rusted hardware, two anchor posts broke off. NOTE: Looks great but hardware poor quality. Also vibrates at highway speeds.

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          • October 20, 2019

            5 2012 V6 - John Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Rear side window louvers

            I may have the review on the rear window louver and the rear side window louvers mixed up, but this is about the side louvers. We bought side louvers colour coded for the 2012 Pony car, Kona Blue on a USA trip in May 2019 and shipped to NZ. We only got to fit them in September 2019 and the paint match was perfect. They are held on by Double sided tape and fit like a glove. the appearance is great. Very impressed as they are not common In NZ.

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          • October 17, 2019

            5 2013 V6 - Olex23 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Love it

            Amazing looks and changes your car makes it look amazing

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          • October 13, 2019

            4 2014 V6 - Zrel Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Rear louvers

            Looks amazing installed quickly... only problem was 2 of the bolts snapped off the aluminum window sticky.

            Helpful (1)
          • October 03, 2019

            4 2010 V6 - Rustang Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Almost 6 years strong

            I’ve had these on for nearly 6 years and they’re great, they hold strong. I’ve replaced the 3M tape once, didn’t necessarily need it but you never know. Only reason for a 4 star is because it rattles and constantly makes a slight shaking noise. Doesn’t bother me, to some it might.

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          • September 20, 2019

            3 2014 V6 - Asid Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Looks dope but....

            It looks amazing and turns heads but when you play music the bass rattles the louvres against the window. I fixed this problem by installing weather tape to the inside of the louvre to cushion the rattle.

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          • September 17, 2019

            5 2007 GT - Zack07GT99 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Beautiful fit

            Fits perfectly on my 07 mustang gt. Took very little time to install and looks amazing ive had them on for a few months now and no fading at all she looks perfect

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          • September 07, 2019

            5 2007 GT - GTJACK Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            Looks great,makes my GT look old school. All mustangs should have this look.

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          • August 27, 2019

            5 2012 GT - 2012GT Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            2012 GT rear window louvers

            They look amazing. As for installation this is a 2 day process. You have to let the 3m tape and the silicone settle overnight before applying the louvers. It’s been about 3 months and they are still holding strong! About to get the side window ones as well.

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          • August 09, 2019

            4 2006 GT - LOWERANDWIDER Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Very nice but with some room for improvement

            These louvers look really nice and add some retro inspiration of classic Machs and Bosses to the so called Modern Muscle. No rattling, no issues except the location of the hardware. They shoud have put some more plates at all four corners, because they stay loose.

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          • July 22, 2019

            5 2007 GT - SteveD Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Steve d

            Was very easy to install. Looks great. Instructions were very easy

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          • July 22, 2019

            5 2008 V6 - faturC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great Exterior Mod!

            I was extremely happy with how these louvers looked on my mustang. The instructions were easy to follow and it came with all the parts I needed for the install.

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          • July 12, 2019

            5 2013 GT - Jerryboi20 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            Really makes the coyote stand out! And look aggressive af!

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          • July 05, 2019

            5 2007 GT - DavidG Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Rear louvers

            A breeze to install happy with the look but after installation found that they rattle when driving down the freeway l

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