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MP Concepts GT500 Style Front Bumper (15-17 Mustang GT, EcoBoost, V6)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: If you're the owner of a 2015 through 2017 GT V6 or EcoBoost Mustang, and you wish you can inject some of that aggressive GT500 styling into the front end, well, now you can thanks to the MP Concepts Bumper replacement that we're talking about here today. Now, this kit will include a complete unpainted GT500 style front bumper, constructed from durable polypropylene along with a brand new upper and lower grille, lower chin, side canards, and all of your hardware for the low to mid $900 price point. Install according to the site's gonna get a strong two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter here, guys, and take a few hours to complete from start to finish. But if you hang with me for a bit, we'll walk you through that job later in the video. So, this is a very popular modification with the earliest S550 owners out there looking to give your ride a pretty substantial facelift. Now, I would argue that this option along with MP Concepts GT350 style front bumper are two of the most popular in the category and by a pretty hefty margin. Now, that GT350 bumper, certainly worth a look as well if you're considering a Shelby-inspired front end, and you should know the 350 option is actually a couple of 100 bucks less compared to the 500 we're talking about here today.But this option, obviously, modeled after the newer Shelby GT500. And as I mentioned at the very top of this video, guys, this is actually more than just a bumper itself, right? You're also getting the upper and lower grilles, a little harder to display here on my table, but you're also getting the GT500 style lower chin spoiler and the canards on the side along with all of the hardware, fog light buckets, you name it, this thing is complete from start to finish. Obviously, the one thing it is missing is paint. And, well, obviously that's gonna be on you guys to get a color match to your ride. But outside of that, this is a 100% complete option for your ride at home that will really do a good job of changing up the entire look. Now, I have gotten a few questions about, can I use a different aftermarket grille with this bumper say from RTR, maybe Cervinis? And unfortunately, because the upper and lower grille openings are a little bit different, that's not entirely possible without modification. And same can be said for the lower chin splitter as well. Now, outside of styling, construction is completely on par to what you would find with a factory bumper that does include a thick yet pliable polypropylene construction. For the bumper shell itself, ABS plastic is gonna be used for things like the included grille, the side canards, along with that chin spoiler.Now, if you really wanted a nail or complete that GT500 look for the front end, I would say pairing this bumper up with MP Concepts GT500 style hood on the site would certainly be a no-brainer. And again, you can find that here at AM if you're interested. Now, the bumper itself from MP Concepts does have a number of very positive reviews currently on the site along with a ton of customer-submitted images that are definitely worth checking out. So, if you're still on the fence between maybe this bumper or the 350 option, you wanna get a better idea of just how it might look on your own ride, check out those customer images. Man, there are a ton to look at many different color S550s. And again, you get a good sense of the fitment, how it's gonna look and so forth. So, again, you can find those back on the product page, read up on some of the reviews, check out the pictures, and that will certainly help make the decision. But now we wanna shift gears and talk about the process of getting the MP Concepts bumper not only assembled but obviously installed. Now, this will include installing the grilles, obviously, the turn signal buckets, and transferring over your turn signals themselves from your S550 at home. But to give you a better idea of just how this all is gonna come together, check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown right now.Man: Tools used for this installation, 3/8 electric impact gun, clip removal tool, flathead screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, 10-millimeter wrench, quarter-inch drive ratchet, quarter-inch drive extension, 7-millimeter, 8-millimeter, 10-millimeter sockets, Phillips head driver, 3/8 to quarter-inch adapter and cutting pliers. First thing we're gonna do is once we've got our hood open, we're gonna remove our eight push clips under here to remove a rad cover. That'll give us access to the bolts that hold the front of the bumper or the top of the bumper on. Once they're removed, we can remove our rad cover. Now that our rad cover is removed, we're gonna follow our rubber down like this. You're gonna see a 7-millimeter right here in the corner, we're gonna remove that. Now you wanna repeat that on the other side. Now that we have our two 7-millimeters removed, we're gonna remove our 8-millimeters up top here. These hold the nose on the front and the whole bumper. Now that we got those removed, we'll be able to lift up on the bumper then and remove it. Once we get our sides, we're gonna start with our driver's side and start removing the push pins in the inner wheel well.Now that we have our 8-millimeters removed up top, we come over to our side, there are one, two, and three push clips in here that hold the inner wheel well in, and then there's another bolt that's up inside here that holds this piece towards the fender. Now, in our vehicle, we're missing some hardware, we're missing this bolt, and we're missing one of the push clips. So, I'm going to get in here and pop the two out that we have. So now that I have those removed, you would end up removing one more that's up in here. And once you get that done, you're gonna be able to take your inner wheel well and pull it back like this. And once you get your wheel well back, you'll be able to get in here and right in this corner right up in here, there will be another bolt up in here, I think it's either 7-millimeter or 10-millimeter. Once you remove that and get that out, you'll be able to grab and move and pretty much just pull the side off like that, and it comes apart. And we'll remove our splash apron next, and you're gonna wanna repeat the same procedure on the other side. Now that we got our sides disconnected, we're gonna get under here and remove our push clips and 7-millimeter bolts that hold this shield on our vehicle. Missing bolts, missing some push clips, so your vehicle if you haven't touched it yet probably have all your clips. So, I'm just gonna take out what we have here. That's gonna give us access to undo our turn signals, and able to remove the front bumper cover.So, now that I got all the push clips that we have left, I'm going to remove what screws are still in this. I think that's all of them and there's a couple upfront. All right. So now I think I have all the screws out of it. I'm gonna remove the splash guard just like that, drop it down. That's gonna give us access to undo our lights and be able to remove our front bumper cover. So now that we have our sides unhooked, we disconnected our turn signals. I got this bumper ready to come off. I'm gonna lift up on and get it off its tabs here. Once we do that, we'll be able to drop it down and pull it right off. I'm gonna put it on the bench and show you how to remove the turn signal brackets. So, now we have our bumper off. We're going to start by removing some of the stuff off of this bumper to put onto our new front bumper. We're gonna remove our turn signals, and we're gonna remove some clips on the bottom here for our splash guard. So, I'm gonna start by removing our turn signals on the passenger side. And I'm gonna go through that process with you now. So now I'm gonna remove our 7-millimeters here to take out our turn signal. I'm gonna take out these two which hold the turn signal in place. Now that I have those out. I'm gonna remove the two 10-millimeters up top. We're missing one, so we only have one to get out. Once we have that out, you're gonna push over on your clips and pop up plastic like that, same down on the bottom and your plastic holder will come right off. So now we're gonna repeat the same procedure on the other side and remove that turn signal.Now that we have our turn signals removed, we're gonna remove our clips. There's six of them on the bottom for a splash shield. I'm gonna take my cutters, I'm gonna grab a hold of them and pull up and give a little bit of a pry and do that. Now I'm gonna remove the other five, same way, just give a little pull up like that. Now that we have those removed, now we're done with this bumper, we're gonna start assembling our new bumper. Now that we got our new bumper on here, we're going to start by installing our mesh grille, we're gonna line the holes up and we'll put our second piece on top where we can get the holes lined up. I'm gonna take my Phillips that came in the kit, the flat washer. Start a couple. Once you get a couple started, then it will line the holes up a little bit better for you. Once we get them all started, then we'll take our Phillips, tighten them down. Now we'll get our Phillips, tighten them down. That will install our top one, then we'll start installing the bottom mesh grille. Take my Phillips and run them in. Now run the other four. Now we're gonna install our bottom mesh grille, line the holes up, and you'll see where they all line up and are open. And we'll take our second piece of plastic, lay that on top. I'm gonna take my Phillips with a washer, and you get a couple of them started. Let me start this one, I got to get a washer for it. So now I'll get my Phillips, I'll put a washer on that, tighten it all down and we have both our mesh grilles installed.So now that I have all our Phillips in, I'm gonna run them in with my Phillips screwdriver. This is the one I forgot the washer on but now I got a washer on it, so we're good with this one. And we'll tighten this one down. All right. Now we got them all done. Our mesh grilles are in. We're gonna stick our emblem on, then we'll start on our turn signals. So, next, we're gonna install our grille plate. And you're gonna see that on one side it's got a countersink for your Phillips that comes in a kit, it'd be the gold-plated ones. I'm gonna stick them through. Now, this is gonna go on the front side. And then we're gonna use these nuts that they give you with these plates welded onto them to put on the back here and then we'll tighten them up. So, I'm going to push it through and hold it there. I'm gonna start one, get one started and then start the other one. Once I get them started, I'm gonna take my Phillips, go underneath, and run it in. Tighten it up, I'm gonna get it centered in the grille. And then I'll tighten the one up. Now, they powder coat these plates with the nuts so they are a little tight getting on because of the powder coat. And just snug them up just like that. Now we'll work on putting our turn signals on.Now that we have our grilles installed, I'm going to remove this plastic piece here. There's one on the other side, all I did was twist it, break it out of the way, kind of same way we did with the center grille. We're gonna take our mesh insert here, install our turn signal from our factory bumper. Take our 7-millimeters, start them. I have one here that's stripped so I'm not gonna put one in there. I probably end up getting a bigger screw. I'm gonna take my gun. Run these in, tighten these up. Now that I have the turn signal bolted into our new mesh screen here, I'm going to install it and slide it into place, and push it down in so it locks into place. Once you get it down into place, I'm gonna take my Phillips here, insert it into our hole in the back, that'll hold it in. And now that we have that all in place, it's all clipped in. We'll repeat the same procedure on the other side. Now that we have our grilles in place, our turn signals in place, we're going to install our chin spoiler. I'm going to use two of the bolts in the hardware. So I'm gonna line it up, start my two centers, get it in place. Take a washer and nut, get it started. Then I'll start the other one on this side. Get a washer and nut on that one. Now I'm going to finish installing all the bolts to hold the chin spoiler on. So I'm gonna start over on this side and start installing our hardware to Phillips screw with a nut. Once I get them all started, then we'll tighten them. You're gonna be able to go around and see what holes line up. Once I get them all started, then we'll go around, tighten them, and then we'll install the wings that go on the side of this. Now we'll do the other side.Now we'll install the bolts on this side. So now that I have them all started, I'm gonna take my Philips, and tighten with my 10-millimeter wrench. Now I'll tighten the other side. Now that we got our chin spoiler on, I'm gonna install our clips to hold our splash guard on, and then we'll have to install our rubber seal on the top of the nose. Now I'm gonna install our clips that we removed from our factory bumper. I'm gonna get it started, and then just tap it down into place. That way these will hold on our splash guard. Once I got them all tapped down into place, our clips are a little rusty sitting. Once they're in place, now we'll install our side spoilers that go on both sides. Now I'm gonna install our side spoilers. You're gonna see that they go sit and you'll feel them fall into the holes for the studs that stick out for them to bolt to. Now I'm gonna start off Phillips head screws, get a couple of them started. Once I get them all started, I'm gonna use my gun, run them in. Now that I got them all tight, you're gonna wanna repeat the same procedure on the other side. We're gonna need to remove our rubber seal here from our bumper. Our new bumper did not come with it. Some of the clips that we have on ours are kind of getting old and beat up. You're gonna wanna try to remove it without breaking these white plastic clips. Take your tool, get behind them like that, pop them out. We're gonna have to reinstall this on our new bumper.Now that we have this removed, you're gonna wanna get all the stuff off of the rubber before we transfer it onto the new bumper, any kind of dirt. You can use any kind of cleaners if you want to get it clean. Now we'll take our rubber, transfer to our bumper. Now I'll install our rubber onto our new bumper by pushing our push clips in. Now that we got our rubber in, now we're ready to install our bumper. So now we're gonna install our front bumper. I'm gonna lift it up, start it into our dowels up in top here. Get a couple of them started. Once we get them all started up top, now we'll move to start installing our sides. So now that we got our front installed, we're going to install our sides. I'm going to put this up into place, push it in just like that. Make sure it's down under the headlight. We're gonna install a screw up inside the fender here and tighten it up. Upon removal of the old front end, we didn't have any hardware. So I got some hardware for our car. Now we have our hardware back in. We're gonna push our inner wheel well in, install our push pin. Now you're gonna wanna repeat the same procedure on the other side.Now we're gonna install our 7-millimeter bolts on the ends. You might have to push on a little bit to get it started just to push the plastic in. Now I'll install the one on the other side. Now I got those two in, we'll take our 8-millimeter. So there are bigger screws up top here. Next, we'll install our radiator cover. Now we'll install our radiator cover. Now that we have that done, we'll go underneath and install our splash guard. Now that we're underneath the vehicle, we're gonna install our light connections for our marker light, our turn signal. And I'm gonna tie up our driving light, a fog light wire because this bumper does not have access for it. I'm gonna do that on the other side. Now I'm gonna hook up our connections on the passenger side. I'm going to install our turn signal, our marker light. And I'm going to tie up again, the driving light and wrap it around here so that you don't see it hanging down because we're not using that. If you wanna use some wire ties to tie it up, it's not a bad idea. Now I wanna install our splash guard. So, now we're gonna install our splash guard. I'm gonna put this thing up in place. I'm gonna get it started up above the bumper. It can be a little tricky to get it up in. I find it easy that if you get it in and line the two back screws up and move it around so that the two back holes line up first. Once I get the two back ones started, then you'll be able to maneuver it and get the front to line up.All right. Now, I'll move it around and get the front to line up and then we'll start those bolts. Now I have my back two started. I moved it around enough to get the two front ones or four front ones to line up. I'm gonna run some of these in so it stays up in the air. Now that I have those in, we're gonna put our push clips in and then this kit has another support that we're gonna put in with self-tappers. So, we'll put our push pins in first and then we'll finish with our self-tappers. Now I'm gonna install some of our push clips in place. Come over here and install into our frame. Now we'll be installing just a few into our body in a couple of different places. Some holes are a little bit too big for our clips. Yeah, that's not gonna get one. So now this kit comes with this support here that they're saying to use some self-tappers in. You're gonna line it up. And what I'm gonna do is get it started. They give you a bunch in the kit. I'm gonna start two in the center, make sure it's lined up. Once I get that one started, I'll do another one. It's gonna hold it in place. Now I'll put maybe 10 on each side, that's what they give you in the kit. Like I said, I'm gonna start some. This is just gonna give added support to the chin spoiler and the splash guard. If you wanna put them all in, I think they supply you with enough. Now you're gonna repeat the same procedure on the other side. That wraps up this review and install of our MP Concepts GT500 Style Front Bumper for '15 to '17 Mustangs with EcoBoost V6. Thanks for watching, and for all things Mustang, keep it right here at americamuscle.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Aggressive Shelby GT500 Inspired Styling
      • Front Fascia Kit
      • Constructed from Durable OEM-Quality Polypropylene
      • Includes Front Fascia, Upper Grille, Lower Grille and Chin Spoiler
      • Straight Forward Installation
      • Ships Unpainted
      • Fits 2015-2017 V6, EcoBoost and GT Models

      Description

      Aggressive Shelby GT500 Styling. Transform the exterior styling of your 2015-2017 S550 Mustang with this GT500 Style Front Bumper Kit from MP Concepts. MP Concepts Front Fascia closely mimics the lines of the Shelby GT500 to give your Mustang a more aggressive appearance.

      Quality Construction. MP Concepts manufactures their Front Bumper Cover from OEM quality Polypropylene. Polypropylene is an extremely strong and durable thermoplastic polymer, making it perfect to withstand the hazards of daily driven vehicles. The included Chin Spoiler and grilles are also made from Polypropylene, they feature a slight black stipple textured finish for an aggressive appearance and superior durability.

      Complete Kit. MP Concepts Front Fascia Kit comes complete and includes the front fascia, upper grille, lower grille, chin spoiler, chin spoiler winglets, turn signal brackets and hardware. The Kit does not include Headlights, Fog Lights or Turn Signals – these will all carry over from your Mustang.

      Straight Forward Bolt-on Installation. MP Concepts engineered their Front Fascia to be a direct fit replacement for your original stock bumper. Installation can be completed in about three hours, after painting of course. Please note that some of your original hardware will be reused for installation.

      Application. This MP Concepts GT500 Style Front Bumper Kit is designed for use on 2015-2017 V6, EcoBoost and GT Mustang models. Does not fit Shelby GT350 or GT500.

      Technical Notes. This MP Concepts Front Fascia Kit ships unpainted. AmericanMuscle recommends professional installation of all body parts. We also recommend test fitting these products before they are painted.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Bumper Cover
      • (1) Chin Spoiler
      • (1) Chin Spoiler Winglets
      • (1) Upper Grille
      • 1) Lower Grille
      • (2) Turn Signal Brackets
      • (20) 17mm Self-Tapping Screws
      • (28) 15mm Self-Tapping Screws
      • (12) Bolts
      • (20) Washers
      • (12) Nuts
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        Will It Fit My Mustang

        • EcoBoost - 15, 16, 17
        • GT - 15, 16, 17
        • V6 - 15, 16, 17