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    Features, Video & Details

    • Intimidating Shelby GT350 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

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys. It's Joe from AmericanMuscle, and today, we're gonna be taking a closer look at the MP Concepts GT350 Style Front Bumper-Unpainted, fitting all '15 to '17 S550 GTs, EcoBoosts, and V6s. So this gonna be a great option for you if you're looking to upgrade your S550's front-end with some awesome Shelby styling.So, first thing's first, let's talk about what this bumper is made out of, and that is gonna be a high-quality automotive-grade polypropylene. Now, that's gonna be very, very similar to the factory stuff, durable yet lightweight at the same time. Now, that is going to apply to just the bumper, and this is sold as a kit. So you're getting a little bit more than just that. This upper grille right here, this is gonna be very similar to the factory stuff. It's gonna be that textured black plastic, same thing with the fangs here, chin spoiler, lower grille. That is all gonna be that textured black plastic, very similar to what you'd find on the factory front bumper.Now, you're perfectly fine to roll with all of that stuff in that black textured finish. It looks just like the factory GT350. However, this bumper is going to come unpainted and unprimed. So, on top of the cost of this product, you will need to take it to the paint shop, get this primed, and then paint it to match whatever color your Mustang is. But once that's done, this is gonna go right in place on your GT, EcoBoost, V6. This is gonna fit the front-end of any regular Mustang. This will not be a replacement for the actual Shelby GT350 front bumper.Now, with that in mind, if you do have that GT EcoBoost V6, this is also gonna work with some other GT350 mods you could do, any sort of aftermarket hoods this will work just fine with. If you do go with a set of like carbon fiber GT350 fenders, this is gonna mate up to that just fine, all because it's intended to go on that GT, EcoBoost, or V6.Now, one thing that is specific are gonna be the grilles, the splitter. You're not gonna be able to run any aftermarket grilles or splitters with a front bumper like this one without some custom work at least. Another thing I do wanna mention is this is gonna reuse a lot of factory parts. So if you've been in the front end accident and your factory stuff is a little bit dinged-up, you wanna be careful because we're gonna be transferring a lot of that stuff over.So let's talk a little bit about pricing. For the entire kit here, it's really not that bad of a price, around 630 bucks. Now, just to compare that to something here, Roush does offer a similar front fascia kit like this one that includes all the grilles, a little bit of different Roush styling, however. And that costs right around the $1,300 range. So, to pick up something like this just north of that $500 price point is really a good value for money. Keep in mind, though, this is gonna ship unpainted, so factor paint cost into that total price.Now, before we move on to our install, one thing I do wanna make a quick note of here. This is a Performance Pack car, and the belly pan is a little bit different to mate up to that Performance Pack. So, this bumper is not going to be able to accommodate that. If you have a Performance Pack S550, you're gonna be stuck in the same boat. I'm sure you could get it to work with the zip ties. However, in our case, we are not gonna be able to show you how to reattach that belly pan. It's gonna be on a case by case basis. However, if you have a non-Performance Pack car, that factory belly pan is gonna go right back up no problem. So, let's move on to the good stuff. Let me show you how to get this on your Mustang. It is going to be really easy. However, there is a lot of work that goes into something like this, and for that, I'm gonna give it a two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Should take you at most two to four hours in the driveway with nothing but some basic hand tools. So without any further ado, let me show you what tools you'll need and how it's done.Tools we used for this install will include an impact, ratchet, 7 and 8-millimeter sockets, a 10-millimeter wrench, Philips head screwdriver, a pick or an awl, trim panel removal tool, and some double-sided 3M automotive-grade tape.So the first step to our install here, we're gonna need the trim panel removal tool. We're gonna go ahead and remove this plastic radiator cover here. There's a bunch of push pins that hold it in, and then we'll remove some hardware underneath.Now, with all those out of the way, we can go ahead and remove that cover. And with that out of the way, you can see these 8-millimeter bolts right here. There's six of them. We're gonna remove those as well. Now, there's one thing you don't wanna miss while we're up here. It's right underneath of this weatherstripping, Phillips head screw, one on either side right in front of the headlight.So that's all the work we're gonna do on the top. For now, we're gonna move underneath. We're gonna get rid of this splash guard, but first, you need to disconnect it from this wheel well liner, it's held on by a couple of pushpins. There is one right here that's a little bit tough to see. You can see the back of it right there, and then we're gonna hit the last one right here.Now, we can actually remove the hardware holding on the splash guard. There's a bunch of 7-millimeter bolts underneath here all along this leading edge. There's two right here in the middle and then four across the back. We're gonna get those all out of here. And with those four in the back removed, you can go ahead and slide this back just a hair. That should drop right away from the Mustang.Now, we can go ahead and unplug our fog lights and turn signals. There's one plug down here for the fog light and then two up at the top for the turn signal. Now, we can hit the same thing for the other side.Now, the next thing we're gonna remove is a little bolt here behind this fender. I do believe this is the hardest part of the uninstall, but it's really not even that bad, just requires a little bit of extra work. It's basically gonna run from the fender and into the bumper to secure these two together. The easiest way that I've found to get at this is that you pop a couple clips in the fender liner if you need to. I'm just gonna peel this back a little bit, and I'm gonna hold that there like that while we come in here with the ratchet to get that out. And there's the bolt, runs through just like that. Now, with that removed, we can go ahead and grab this lip here, and that bumper is just gonna pop right out. And you can clearly see that screw is gonna go right there, and it basically hooks into this little hoop part of the bumper, which is broken on ours, but there's no need to break that on yours. Just get that screw out of there. Pop that out. You're good to go. So now this bumper is ready to come off. All we're gonna do is push up to release it, and we're gonna pull it right off of our Mustang.Now, we can't bring this bumper over to the dumpster just yet. We gotta get our turn signal out of here, and to get that out, we're gonna have to remove this black plastic piece. It's held on with a bunch of 7-millimeter screws. Now we can go ahead and pop that loose. You can see the turn signal is still held to that with these three, so we're gonna remove those as well. And you can see that the turn signal fell away right there, and ten we can pull the two apart. We're also gonna have to steal this rubber trim piece at the top of our front bumper. Now, also, we're gonna have to scavenge these threaded clips to reinstall our splash guard. So, I just have a little pick here. I'm gonna pry out the locking tab, and then they'll pop right off.Now, we can finally bring our new bumper into play and start using what we uninstalled to start assembling this new one. The first thing we're gonna take care of is our turn signals. We're going to install this to this new side grille using all the factory hardware. We're gonna go ahead and do the same thing for the other side.Now, the next thing we're going to drop in from our factory front bumper it's gonna be this rubber trim piece up where the hood is gonna meet this bumper. The next thing we're gonna do here is drop in our grilles. They're just gonna click into place with these tabs around the edge. And then we could do the same thing for the lower grille as well. Now, that we have the grilles in, we could come from the front. We're just gonna pop in these grille extensions the same way.What we're gonna do next is our chin spoiler, and that is just gonna clip on at the front. That started like so. Before we actually bolt the chin spoiler to the bumper, one thing I do wanna make a quick note of, these clips we uninstalled earlier, they would go on right about there, but again, we are working with that Performance Pack car. So we're gonna skip that entirely. If yours is the regular non-Performance Pack, you would push those on right there. Now, with that said, you can go ahead and put those aside, because what we're gonna do next is bolt the two together. We're gonna come to that non-slotted hole over here. We're just gonna push through that screw. And then on the other side, we're gonna go ahead and throw on a washer and a 10-millimeter nut. And once you have all of them started, which I would recommend doing first, you can tighten it down with the 10-millimeter wrench and a Philips head screwdriver.Now, what we're gonna do next is apply this little support bracket that's gonna sit right about there. One thing I do wanna make a quick note about is I put this 3M double-sided tape on here. This does not come with any double-sided tape. So, again, you're gonna have to pick this up from the auto parts store. I'm just gonna peel back the backing here. Before we put that in place, I just wanna make a quick note, we have two cutouts on this. And there's two notches here. We're just gonna line that up and stick it on.Now, our GT350 from bumper is completely built up. Before we go ahead and hang this on to our S550, I figured I pull back in that factory from bumper, put it next to our new bumper, point out some key differences between these two.First thing's first though, couple similarities, obviously, just like on the real GT350, you do have that classic Mustang-inspired styling with that honeycomb grille, the chin spoiler. It all looks very Shelby, very GT350, very Mustang. Also, we are gonna be reusing those turn signals, same exact thing from our GT front bumper. And these bumpers are both pretty much made out of the same exact thing. That automotive grade ABS plastic is what I like to call it, thermoplastic polymer, whatever they call this. The materials used here, they are very, very similar. The plastic and the grille fill is the same. The fitment is gonna be similar too once we get this up onto our S550.That's pretty much it in terms of similarities. Couple things we are losing here, we'll start with that as far as differences go. Our fog lights, they're getting replaced with grilles. Our Mustang logo, that is also going to be completely gone. Our splitter is gonna be redesigned a little bit, and we get the addition of those GT350 fangs right here, which adds so much to the front end of the S550. Ford really did a great job at designing the front end of that GT350. It's really a shame that the GTs don't look similar to this out of the box, but hey, it is what it is. From MP Concepts, you can pick this up and get damn near close to what that GT350 looks like.So without any further ado, we're gonna go ahead and hang this up. I'm gonna run a couple bolts across the top just to keep this secured while we work on the bottom side.Now, the first thing we're gonna do is we're gonna go ahead and peel back our fender liner here and secure our bumper to the fender. And then we can take our 7-millimeter socket and tighten that back down. If you need to, you can go ahead and re-secure that fender liner as well. We're gonna do the same thing on the other side.Then we can put our fender liner back and pushpin it down. And after that, you can follow that up with the six 8-mills across the top. One thing to note, these are plastic threads. So, if you're using an impact, you definitely do wanna be gentle. And don't forget those two Philips heads on either side.Then we can go ahead and cover that with the original cover and secure that with the factory pushpins. Then we're just gonna come underneath. Plug in our turn signals on both sides.But that is gonna do it for my review and install of the MP Concepts GT350 Style Front Bumper-Unpainted, fitting all '15 to '17 S550 GT, V6, and EcoBoosts. As always, guys, thanks for watching. Keep it right here at AmericanMuscle for all things Mustang.

    Intimidating Shelby GT350 Styling. Transform the exterior styling of your 2015-2017 S550 Mustang with this GT350 Style Front Bumper Kit from MP Concepts. MP Concepts Front Fascia closely mimics the aggressive lines of the Shelby GT350 to give your Mustang a more intimidating 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, turn signal bezels, grille extension, fender liner 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 two hours, after painting of course. Please note that some of your original hardware will be reused for installation.

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

    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.

    Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods. What is freight shipping? Your Answers are Right Here!.

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    Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 Details

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Bumper Cover
    • (1) Chin Spoiler
    • (1) Upper Grille
    • (1) Lower Grille
    • (2) Turn Signal Bezels
    • (2) Grille Extensions
    • (4) Fender Liner Brackets
    • (1) Hardware kit
    Installation Info
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        Questions & Answers (77)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Can you use the factory fog lights with this kit? I own a Convertible GT Premium. So far I have installed coil over springs, borla x pipe with roush axle back exaust,Roush cold air intake with the roush tune. I would love to add this front end.

        • The MP Concepts GT350 Style Front Bumper Kit is not designed to accept OEM fog lights. This could be made to accept them, but would require a large amount of custom work to achieve.

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        Will this bumper fit Mustangs equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control?

        • The MP Concepts GT350 Style Front Bumper Kit is not compatible with Adaptive Cruise Control.

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        Does this kit support the RTR upper Grille and LED lights ?

        • Hello! The RTR Grille W/ LED Accent Vent Lights will only fit the factory front fascia.

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        Hello Friends Is this bumper one piece or consists of a bumper, a lip and a 2 grills, as in the picture?

        • This will come as a whole kit with the Front bumper, Lip, Grille, vents, and necessary hardware for installation. The components install separately but come together as a whole package.

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        Will this fit a 2016 gt performance pack car? does it come with all the hardware for complete install aswell?

        • The MP Concepts GT350 Style Front Bumper Kit will fit Performance Pack cars. All required hardware is included or reused from stock.

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        10 More Questions
        A lot of questions were asked about the fog lights. Some answers given show that they will transfer over, some say they will work, but need heavy custom mods, and some say they will not work at all given the set up of the bumper. Can someone please review these answers and provide some info on if it is/isn't possible? One answer also mentioned pictures- though there are none with the fog lights. 1 answer
        Does this GT350 Style Front bumper work with all belly pans? For example performance pack and non performance pack cars. 0 answer
        Can replace a damaged grille with a factory gt350 grille 0 answer
        Do you think a splitter made for the 2015-2017 mp concepts gt350 bumper will fit this one? 0 answer
        Is this bumper lighter than the stock bumper of the 2017 mustang GT? 0 answer
        hello .. may i know the box dimensions weight of this product? its for shipping purposes. thanks 0 answer
        Hi I have the Ford Mustang performance pack it’s a 2017. Is this bumper compatible with my mustang? 1 answer
        Lots of reviews have dealt with fitment issues and quality of product while others have no issues with this product. Is this just a quality assurance issue with mp concepts? Also have these issues been addressed and fixed by the company? 1 answer
        Would this be compatible with aftermarket Opt7 sequential turn signals I currently have on my GT? 1 answer
        Is there any way to buy just the lower lip if the original is damaged? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (89) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4 out of 5 overall rating from 89 customers

          Installation Time: Full Day

          Installation Cost: $250-$500

          • January 17, 2020

            5 2015 GT - TTracer Installation Time: Afternoon

            I love it !

            It fit great,really changed the look ! I've had the car 5 years and now I'll keep it another 5 after these changes.

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          • December 25, 2019

            5 2015 GT - BrendonB7 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Good bumper

            Good bumper. Looks and fits right. Had a shop do it

            Helpful (0)
          • November 28, 2019

            4 2015 GT - Moises Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

            great product but came incomplete

            my bumper came w out lower left grille so I had to create my own, fitment was really good

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          • November 07, 2019

            4 2016 GT - Anonymous Installation Time: Weekend

            Looks great, Fitment was off

            The bumper looks great and instantly gives your Mustang a meaner look! Only problem is was that it took professional methods to get it to fit. Definitely would be a hard time for people less knowledgeable about body work. Had to make several trims and laser lance the parts that were uneven. Maybe this was just for my mustang, but I’m not sure. Overall great bumper however, looks amazing!

            Helpful (1)
          • October 21, 2019

            3 2015 EcoBoost - CarbonStang Installation Time: Afternoon

            Pretty good

            The fitment is pretty good, but there are obviously some issues with the molding which caused pretty bad panel gap right by the headlights. Other than that it's pretty good, build quality isn't the greatest, but the styling is amazing! Really ties together the whole front end, and unless you're really looking for issues, you won't really notice the panel gap. I would HIGHLY recommend this to any s550 owner, just be sure to test fit it BEFORE paint. They say the molding issue is fixed, but be sure to test fit it before paint just in case.

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          • October 14, 2019

            3 2016 GT - Lee Installation Time: Shop Install

            Looks good, feels cheap, bad packaging.

            Packaging arrived and I was suspicious from the start, box arrived already torn open and the contents looked like they were just dropped in haphazardly. Overall the fitment is not spectacular but it is good and it does give the car a great look. Bumper and parts feels very cheap and not worth the price tag. Some custom fabrication was needed to make it all work well, and some parts like the black inserts do not clip in all the way but still look fine. Some parts also expect you to use 3m tape? Not happening, nor will it hold, used plastic weld instead. **Performance pack owners beware** the underbody shield on your car will NOT line up, there will be an 1 1/2 inch gap between the bumper and the shield.

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          • October 10, 2019

            3 2017 GT - JaredB Installation Time: Full Day

            Good but cheap

            For the price of the bumper I had expected a little bit more quality. It fits good on my 17 GT (non PP) but getting it put together with their vague instructions was a joke. After I finally used the strength of the hulk to get the bumper inserts in, they expect you to 3M tape one of the brackets to the bumper for your fender liner (use plasti-weld). I can only assume the person at MP Concepts who started on the bumper died half way through and the janitor read the notes and "finished" it. Bottom line is if you have alot of patience then go for it, just dont expect it to be OEM quality.

            Helpful (1)
          • September 25, 2019

            4 2015 GT - chuuuubz Installation Time: Shop Install


            Good quality and looks awesome but mine came a damaged from the honeycomb grille and scratched up. Maybe better packaging can prevent some of that from happening? I ended up cutting the grille so you can’t see it but just make sure you inspect the bumper good before signing.

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          • September 10, 2019

            4 2016 GT - FredEW Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great Look / Good Fit / Except for PP belly pan...

            The belly pan on my 2016 performance package gt is my only complaint. It takes time to get everything to fit perfectly, but with some work, you can absolutely get a flawless fit for the bumper, grilles, and chin splitter/spoiler or whatever. The PP belly pan, however, is not long enough and had to rely on zip ties to close a several inch gap to the nose of the front splitter. This eventually caused problems with holes in my fender liners after many 1/4 mile runs. Should be fine if you don’t track your car

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          • August 13, 2019

            5 2017 EcoBoost - KennyS Installation Time: Shop Install

            Best front end in my opinion!!!

            This is the best mod I have. Love the gt350 look on my daily i look back at it everytime i walk away. I have several mustangs but this is one of the reasons i love my s550.

            Helpful (1)
          • August 09, 2019

            5 2017 EcoBoost - KennethF Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            Looks looks

            This really has changed the look , only thing lost fog lights had it painted wasn't a problem to match fitment had to get a little cut fit

            Helpful (1)
          • August 06, 2019

            5 2015 GT - MagS550 Installation Time: Afternoon


            Fitment was nice, installation was really straight forward. All around a good product

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          • August 02, 2019

            4 2015 GT - Ankak1106 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            One Word...WOW!

            Connected with my ford guy who hooked me up with the paint shop. This couldn’t have gone any better. Only a couple of areas to watch out for. Biggest thing would be the fender liners. The lines don’t 100 line up. However, this thing is a beast. Looks great and very happy.

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          • August 01, 2019

            5 2016 GT - GarrettP

            Major upgrade in appearance

            Got a deal to have it painted and installed by my local ford dealership and they had no issues installing, got fender liners secured and everything lined up great. Very happy with my purchase

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          • July 26, 2019

            4 2017 GT - AaronP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Gt350 bumper

            Only cons I have is you lose your fog lights. But overall it looks and fits very good!

            Helpful (0)
          • July 25, 2019

            5 2015 GT - Tony Installation Time: Afternoon


            Great bumper alot of pieces to work with. Too many small pieces and grill inserts dont go all the way in but over all great buy.

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          • July 25, 2019

            4 2015 EcoBoost - JesusAispuro Installation Time: Shop Install

            Gt350 bumper

            Really gave the car a more aggressive look especially after throwing on an emblem to resemble the gt350 snake on the front

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          • July 24, 2019

            1 2017 GT - gmppppp

            waste of money

            Dont buy this.. i own a 2017 gt and bought this front fascia, the lip wasnt sturdy enough and it came off in the highway. Now i am stuck with this ugly look on my mustang and there is no other lip for it. my only option is to buy the whole bumper and waste $650 again. AM should find a solution for this, Ive called AM and the reps are no help. extremely disappointing and stressful, i need to find a solution for my problem and find another front lip spoiler, please help.

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          • July 18, 2019

            2 2015 GT - MEs Installation Time: Afternoon

            They don't stand behind their products.

            If you hit a raccoon or something on the road, they wont help you by letting you buy a new lip. they want you to buy the whole bumper and pay the full prize of 700usd …. and some things needed extra work to make it fit.

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          • June 26, 2019

            5 2017 EcoBoost - Cartaf Installation Time: Afternoon


            Loving this! Took my ecoboost to the next level. Great customer service and easy ordering. Came on time and easy install.

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