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SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Window Louvers - Unpainted (10-14 Coupe)

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    Features & Details

    • Retro Styling
    • Same Thickness as OE Glass
    • Dark-Tinted Polycarbonate
    • UV Inhibitors in the Material
    • Made in the USA
    • Fits 2010-2014 Mustangs
    Retro Styling. SilverHorse Racing's new 2010-2014 Flush-Mount Quarter Window Louvers are the perfect styling accessory to complete the cool retro exterior appearance of the new Ford Mustang.Superior Quality. Made from dark-tinted polycarbonate (transparent plastic) that is the same thickness as the OE glass, these flush mount louvers feature UV inhibitors impregnated in the material to keep your Mustangs interior from fading. Made In The USA. All SilverHorse Racing products are proudly made right here in the USA from the highest quality materials available.Application. These SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Window Louvers are specifically designed to fit the newly redesigned 2010-2014 Ford Mustangs. And comes as a set of two, one driver side and one passenger side louver that replace the factory quarter window glass.


    Technical Notes. This set of two Louvers require preparation and painting before installation, removal of the stock glass is required. AmericanMuscle recommends professional installation of all body parts, we also recommended test fitting these products before they are painted.

    Fitment: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# S297-300

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Driver side flush-mount louver
    • (1) Passenger side flush-mount louver
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        5 Top Rated Questions

        Is there a video showing you how to install these?

        • We unfortunately do not have an installation video for the louvers, however, we do have a well detailed installation guide. http://www.americanmuscle.com/shr-flush-louvers-2010.html

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        Will these fit on an 05-09 GT? I know Ford used this exact product on the 2008 FR500CJ model.

        • These SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Window Louvers are specifically designed to fit the newly redesigned 2010-2014 Ford Mustangs. The SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Window Louvers will not properly fit the 2008 Mustangs.

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        Do you have to cut anything off the window from inside the car. Does the backseat have to be taken out?

        • No, you will not have to cut the window at all, it will just need to be removed. The back seat will need to be removed during the installation process.

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        Why can't I get this produced prepainted

        • Unfortunately, we do not offer this pre-painted at this time and do not have a specific ETA on if or when that will happen.

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        Are there any photos of how this product looks on the inside?

        • Unfortunately, we do not have any pictures of what the product looks like on an inside view.

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        5 More Questions
        Is this item available prepainted. 1 answer
        What part of these need to be painted? im a little confused by it, it is the entire outside of it that gets painted? if so how does the light still get thru to the inside and still able to see from the inside out? or does it require a lot of masking off the "triangles" on the outside so only the border areas are painted? 1 answer
        Can a person see outside from the inside thru the SHR Flush-Mount Quarter Window Louvers? 1 answer
        Is painting availble for extra cost? 3 answers
        What color? I know that this comes unpainted, however what color does it come unpainted? thanks! 2 answers

          Customer Reviews (23) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.3 out of 5 overall rating from 23 customers

          Installation Time: Full Day

          Installation Cost: $250-$500





          • April 25, 2019

            5 2013 GT - BasDude Installation Time: Full Day

            SHR flush mount quarter louvers

            Hesitated on this for years. Finally rewarded myself for Christmas. After install they look very impressive well worth the cost. Figure about $500 for the install. Great product you won't see another one like it on the road.

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          • October 02, 2018

            5 2014 GT - NazihaA Installation Time: Weekend

            I like it

            The fact that the product is very beautiful and unusual, but the problem lies in cutting the interior decoration and the installation was not easy

            Helpful (2)
          • July 07, 2018

            5 2014 GT - JoseO Installation Time: Afternoon

            Made it look more aggressive

            Love how these came out. Made the car look more agressive and sleeker.

            Helpful (4)
          • November 23, 2017

            5 2014 GT - ChrisJ Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            Flush-mount louvers

            First and foremost these look awesome! Car had been hit in the quarter panel so I figured no better time then now to get these. Wish they were a bit clearer to look through.

            Helpful (5)
          • October 09, 2017

            5 2014 GT - DonC Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            Great product!!

            Many positive comments about it. I would recommend this product to others.

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          • September 26, 2017

            3 2014 GT - Cross Installation Time: Afternoon

            Look Amazing... Staying on well....

            So if you looked at these and didn't realize you have to remove the rear quarter glass to install them nor understand that working with window replacement is difficult then you have only yourself to blame. With that said the reason I did not give these 5 stars is that even after having a shop paint them and having them professionally installed they popped off. Thankfully not while I was driving. I told myself it was the shop as I wasn't terribly happy with the paint results and I first hand found out how much fun installing these can be... but I did the best I could and I liked the results. I made sure to use 3M Urethane but even taking all those steps redoing both window replacements the drivers side is starting to show that it's not adhered. Now part of me is willing to blame myself but this is both a shop install and then myself with what I know to be a quality urethane. I am going to try one more time this weekend but even with them slightly scuffed on the mounting surface, I find myself constantly concerned if these will stay in place now and that's not piece of mind in a modification.

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          • June 05, 2017

            5 2014 GT - AndrewK Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            Great enhancement

            Obviously the value is going to be determined partly by the install and paint quality, but for the windows themselves the look is excellent and visibility is good - a noticeable improvement over my previous louvers. I went with a shop install, which included painting them and full installation. I can't paint, and I'm sure I would have monkeyed up the trimming work that is needed. According to the shop, the install was not difficult for them.

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          • February 23, 2017

            5 2010 GT - Eddie Installation Time: Afternoon

            Just right

            I wasn't looking for a stick on piece of plastic. So I really like this flush mount paintable look. It goes with the whole retro stying I am giving my baby!

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          • September 20, 2016

            5 2014 GT - Blackblue

            Love these.

            The car was getting body work done after an accident, so it was a perfect time to do this mod. Visibility is much better than the stick on ones I had before. And it looks much better!

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          • January 18, 2016

            5 2013 GT - Titas13GT Installation Time: Full Day

            Best retro look

            Great look...install was a bit tedious. Even a girl can install if you follow directions. Overall, best louvers ever!

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          • May 14, 2015

            5 2012 GT - MarkB Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            SHR Flush Mount Louvers

            The Flush mount Louvers look fantastic on the car, i let the shop install because they painted and made the arrangements with the glass people.They really changed the look of the mustang.

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          • August 29, 2013

            5 2014 GT - LotharHP Installation Time: Full Day

            Looks fantastic! Be prepared for a very arduous install, or have a glass shop do it.

            I couldn't be happier with the appearance of these louvers in my 2014 Mustang GT. They look like they're a factory part of the car, not something that was stuck on. I'm far from being a mechanic, but I do consider myself pretty handy, and these louvers are a major pain to install for a first-timer. So make sure you read all of the instructions before starting, and if you're not comfortable with any of the steps, you might consider having a glass shop do the work. Or to save some labor cost, do the interior prep work first (removing all the plastic panels), and then just have a glass shop cut out the factory glass and adhere the louvers. If you do the latter, be sure to tell them to use a tall enough adhesive bead so that the louvers fit flush against the outside body of the car, unless you prefer a slightly recessed look (it's personal preference). The bead height is critical to a good install. The instructions provided were very good, and there's also a good YouTube video detailing the installation. Neither instructions prepared me though for how difficult it would be to get a good seal installing the louvers, using auto glass adhesive. Part of the problem is that the automotive urethane glass adhesive that I used (the same stuff that SHR apparently uses for their installs) is so viscous that it took all of my strength with two hands in a standard caulk gun to get the stuff to come out of the tube. This made it virtually impossible to get the correct shape and height of bead to make a good seal with the louvers. When I was done with the job and had allowed enough time for the adhesive to cure, I taped a large piece of tissue paper (like used for wrapping fragile items in gift stores) loosely over the outside of the each louver, and then sprayed air all around the seal from the inside of the car, using a can of compressed air. Seeing that the paper fluttered in response told me that I had at least 2 spots on each louver where I had leaks. I then tried to push the louvers out so that I could redo the adhesive, but that adhesive holds so tightly (when used with the recommended adhesive promoter on the louvers) that I knew I'd never get them out without damaging the louvers. Pushing with all my strength (at least as much as I was comfortable trying, without risking cracking the louvers), they wouldn't budge. These louvers definitely aren't ever going to fall out on their own, if you use this stuff! So I just sealed the leaky spots from the inside of the car using silicone. The instructions also don't really describe in enough detail how to properly cut the tip of the caulk gun tube to get the V-shaped bead needed. They do instruct to make a V-shaped cut, but don't say how deep the cut needs to be or how exactly to cut it. The proper cut makes all the difference. The moral of that story is, unless you're using an adhesive that is less viscous (and perhaps even then), an electric or battery-powered caulk gun will allow you to get a much better and more uniform bead. Either that, or have a glass shop do the seal. Having to trim the interior panels inside the car to properly fit around the louvers is a pain too (I only removed a star from my Fit rating because of that--the fit on the outside of the car is perfect), but not overly difficult if you use the right tools. I used a Dremel with a cutting wheel (several cutting wheels, actually, as I kept breaking them), but a jigsaw with a fine-cutting blade on it would probably work as well, if not better. I tried using a hacksaw too, as the instructions suggest, but it was just too awkward to get the right angles. Including the time needed to fix the leaks, I'd estimate that the installation took me about 11 hours, so it's definitely an all-day project. If you're good with auto glass installation, it will take you much less time. The visibility through the louvers from the front seats is fantastic--far better than the available Ford factory-option louvers (which are next to useless for visibility), or other louvers of similar slit size. Because you're replacing your window glass with transparent plastic though, the view through the windows will be distorted--but will be more than sufficient for looking for obstacles through your blind spots. Overall, I highly recommend the product!

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          • April 19, 2013

            5 2010 GT - 60Pilot Installation Time: Afternoon

            Instant head turner!

            Amazing! I was very timid to purchase these from the get go. The thought of having to take apart the interior was a little overwhelming, but if you follow the instructions, you cannot go too wrong. I took my time and it took around 2 hours. The one thing that I would stress is to make sure you apply enough of the adhesive when placing in the louvers. Simply put, follow the instructions and take your time. The visibility is not disturbed one bit. Granted I bought a lot at once, but I think the louvers are the attention getter. I am 100% happy with the louvers and completely satisfied.

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          • February 04, 2013

            5 2011 GT - Scott808 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Looks Amazing Once Finished

            I don't like the look of anything stick-on with the exterior of the car. I love the sleek look it gives and get compliments all the time. I ended up paying $200 for paint and removal of stock windows. I didn't realize until I put them in that it required cutting up to 1/2 an inch of the interior paneling. That was a pain but I did it myself for something that simple. Took about two hours to remove, cut, and put back the panels surrounding the windows. Overall these are the best louvers in my opinion.

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          • December 22, 2012

            4 2013 GT - xCrossfitx Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            Best Louvers out there.

            I wanted a little more retro look and did not want the cheap stick on louvers. I love the fact that these are perfectly flush and do not stick out beyond the car when looking at the front or rear. The paint and Install portion cost around 400-500 in case any was wondering like I was. Even the Ford body shop said they liked the louvers the best, especially since you can see out the window still.

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          • December 22, 2012

            5 2013 GT - Gus5031 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Gives your mustang a Great look

            I love the look it gave my 2013 5.0 , fits Perfect , the only thing you have to be careful is to make sure you use the rite Adhesive , that way it won't leak or come off

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          • August 24, 2012

            4 2013 GT - Motion61 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Lots of work

            Removing the windows to put these in is one thing, but come on, triming off brand new interior panels from 1/4" to 1/2" could be a game changer for many if I was the manufacter I'd be at the drawing board with this item. Don't get me wrong these are the best looking. They look as factory from the outside I wouldn't have bought any other product but triming brand new panels cost the consumer money and time. Thanx Motion61

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          • February 02, 2012

            4 2012 Boss - FRDBOSS Installation Time: Afternoon

            Flush maounted Boss

            Wanted the Cobra Jet look for my BOSS. Had body shop install for me. Looks great!

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          • January 04, 2012

            5 2011 GT - jim5 Installation Time: Full Day

            Great product, made in the USA!!

            I was reading these other reviews. Don't an idiot and read the description, YES this replaces the quarter window how else would the louvers face inward??? Its not an easy install might be something you want to have a glass shop do if youre nervous but its not impossible. Some piano wire and some careful removal.

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          • September 25, 2011

            3 2011 GT - 2011GT350 Installation Time: Shop Install

            GT 350 styling

            These flush mount louvers give the 5.0 the real GT 350 look.

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