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Roush Fascia Corner Pockets (18-20 GT, EcoBoost)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey, guys. Today, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Roush Fascia Corner Pockets for 2018 and newer GT and EcoBoost Mustang. So these are your Roush corner pockets right here. They sit right in the front fascia underneath your factory turn signal and fog lights. The Roush corner pockets make for a pretty big change in the front end of the 2018 Mustang. They have a factory-like fit and finish. And by that, I mean, they fit nicely in the front end of the 2018 and they're made from a TPO material, which is durable but lightweight and strong all at the same time. These have a finish that's also gonna match your other factory trim pieces. So you're looking at a matte black grainy type of texture. These things also pair really nicely with other Roush parts. As you can see, we have some other Roush parts installed in the front end of this car. They cost about $260. And as far as the install goes, I'll call it a two out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter. You are looking at pulling the front fascia and you are looking at having to do some drilling as well as some modification. With that being said, let's go ahead and show you how to get these installed. All right, guys, since we are installing the lower grille paired with the chin spoiler and a wheel shroud kit, we're gonna go ahead and remove both front wheels first as our first step. All right, guys, the next step is gonna be to remove some of the push pins that are in our wheel liner here. So we're gonna go ahead use a pry tool and remove some of the push pins. There are eight push pins on our rad cover that we're gonna take out now. All right, after those are removed, we can go ahead and lift this off. There are six 8-millimeter bolts in the top of the bumper here. We'll go ahead, undo those, and then at the end, there are two 7/32 small bolts at the very edges and we'll go ahead and undo those too. All right, guys, there are two 10-millimeter nuts then that we're gonna undo next that are holding the bumper in place. They're separated by a christmas tree. There are a couple different ways that you can get to them. You can get to them through the wheel well or you can go through the top in between the frame like I'm doing now. It's really gonna be up to you. So we'll remove the nuts for now and we'll leave the christmas tree clips clipped in until we go underneath the car and remove our splash shield. All right, guys, now we're gonna remove the splash shield from underneath the car. There are two push pins, we'll grab those first and then you have a couple of 7-millimeter bolts to get as well. All right, now we're gonna disconnect our turn signal. So we'll go ahead and find our electrical connection, there's a tab on the top, push down on the tab, and disconnect. We'll do the same thing for both sides.All right, so after you get your front fascia removed, the next thing you're gonna wanna do is remove the fog lights. There are three 7-millimeter bolts holding those in place. Okay, guys, so once you remove the fog lights, the next thing you'll do is cut out your templates. With the templates cut out, you'll insert them here into the pocket, then you will mark the drilling hole with a center punch on both sides. These are side-specific so just make sure you have the correct side. Once you have your spot marked, you'll take an eighth-inch drill bit and you'll drill a pilot hole, followed by a quarter-inch hole. So we'll go ahead, drill our pilot hole now. All right, so we're gonna switch back to our eighth-inch drill bit and drill 15 holes here. All right, guys, so now we're milling out the material between each of the five holes that we just drilled. All right, so with the next template in place, we are going to start with an eighth-inch pilot hole, followed by a 3/8-inch drill bit. So the corner pockets install with both 3M tape and hardware. So, at this point, we're ready to get our 3M tape on the back of the corner pocket. It's gonna lay down along the bottom like this. At this point, you're only peeling off the white backing on the 3M tape. You're not peeling off the red backing yet.We'll make sure we'll press firmly into place so that the 3M tape can adhere. You're also gonna wanna make sure that every surface that there's 3M tape is as clean as possible. You wanna make sure the 3M has a good chance to adhere properly. All right, now we're gonna put the supplied brackets on the back of our corner pocket. These are side-specific so make sure you have the correct side. So we'll just line it up. These are 7-millimeter as well. All right, next you'll apply the supplied graphic that Roush gives you. And once again, like any vinyl or graphic, you're gonna wanna make sure that the surface is as clean as possible. You'll use a soap and water mixture to help you get this placed and then maybe even a heat gun just to make sure this adheres properly. All right, guys, so now we're gonna take our corner pocket, get it set in the fascia, and then start our hardware that Roush gives us in the back of the bracket. So these three tabs in the outside are gonna go into the holes that we made in the corner of the fascia. There's a little tab on the back of the corner pocket to go into this hole that we made in the front of the fascia. You'll just slide it into place. And then this piece of hardware is gonna go into the hole that we made in the factory corner pocket.All right, guys, now we're gonna take the provided angle washer that Roush gives us, we're gonna slide it onto this tab here. From there, we'll take the washer and then thread that in place too and that's gonna hold the front of our corner pocket. So we're gonna slide the angle washer in place and we need to pull this tab on the corner pocket through the angle washer. All right, guys, two of the last things that we need to do before completely reinstalling our front fascia is pulling the backing off the 3M tape here and getting our fog light in place. So we're just gonna go ahead, pull the red backing off our 3M tape. And then, now we're going to make sure our corner pocket is pressed firmly up against the front fascia and then we'll grab our fog light. All right, guys, now we're gonna get our front fascia back in place. Okay, guys, with the front fascia hanging, our bracketry all tightened down and completely taken care of, we're gonna go ahead and reconnect our fog lights and turn signals, and then get the belly pan in place. All right, guys, so now, at this point, Joe and I are putting the 8-millimeter bolts back in the top of the bumper. We'll go ahead and tighten them down and then we'll get the two 7/32 bolts in the corners too. All right, now, we'll get our cover back in place with our push pins. All right, guys, that's gonna wrap up this review and install. Keep in mind, you can always check these out more online. I'm Stephanie. And for all things Mustang, keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Specs & Installation


      • Aggressive Track Inspired Styling
      • Injection Molded TPO Construction
      • Black Stipple OEM Style Finish
      • Drilling Required - Professional Installation Recommended
      • Template and Hardware Included
      • Driver and Passenger Side Included
      • Fits 2018-2020 EcoBoost and GT Mustang Models


      Track Inspired Styling. Give your 2018-2020 GT or EcoBoost Mustang an aggressive track inspired look by installing a set of Roush's Front Fascia Corner Vent Pockets. These Corner Pockets install in the openings below the stock turn signals to considerably alter the overall appearance of your Mustang's front end.

      Roush Quality. Roush manufactures their Fascia Corner Vent Pockets in the USA at their own plastics manufacturing facility from OEM quality high pressure injection molded high-strength thermal plastic olefin (TPO) using the original OEM CAD data from Ford to ensure a perfect fit. TPO is an extremely strong material known for its light-weight, superior durability and impact resistance - making it perfect to withstand the hazards of daily driven vehicles. These Vent Pockets are completed in a black, stipple textured finish for aggressive good looks.

      Recommended Upgrade. Complete your 2018-2020 Mustang's aggressive track inspired appearance by installing Roush's High-Flow Lower Grille Opening Kit (part# 422081) and 3-Piece Aero Chin Spoiler (part# 422082) - sold separately.

      Drilling Required. Roush designed their Fascia Corner Vent Pockets to install by modifying the factory front bumper cover, so drilling will be required. Roush provides the required mounting hardware, instructions and drilling templates. Professional installation is recommended as the bumper cover will need to be removed for installation.

      Application. These Roush Fascia Corner Vent Pockets are designed to fit 2018-2020 GT and EcoBoost Mustang models equipped with the original factory front fascia. Does not fit Shelby GT350. Driver and passenger side Vent Pockets are included.

      Fitment: 2018 2019 2020 Details

      MPN# 422084

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (8)

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      Ratings Summary

      3.8 out of 5 overall rating from 8 customers

      • February 14, 2020

        1 2019 GT - 2019GTCS

        Terrible Fitment

        Had these professionally installed and the fitment was terrible. Huge gaps across the top on both sides, especially the passenger side. Was looking for a snug fit. This isn't it. But due to the drilling involved, I'm stuck with them. Lesson learned.

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      • December 28, 2019

        4 2019 GT - Battle

        Front fascia

        Love the look, install was a tough one. Don’t let these little bad boys/girls fool you. Toughest modification I’ve done by far. Overall worth it.

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      • October 24, 2019

        5 2018 GT - 2018OJPP2

        Royal Crimson Pony

        The corner pockets on my front spoiler really gives my PP2 a really aggressive look. I love the new look.

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      • June 27, 2019

        5 2018 GT - Fury5oh

        great instructions easy to follow

        I was a bit hesitant to drill into my front bumper but watching cj pony parts install video and following it step by step made it real simple

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      • January 10, 2019

        1 2019 GT - MarkfromOrlando

        Lousy mold quality

        This is the second Roush appearance product I have purchased. The first was a set of hood heat extractors for my '16 GT. They had terrible flow lines in the plastic, AM had to replace them. On this set of corner pockets for my new '19, right out of the manufacturer's bag, it looked like an angry beaver had been chewing on the corner of one of them. Really lousy quality control. And OMG, what a stupid amount of work to install them. So they are going back.

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      • October 24, 2018

        5 2018 GT - YRODRIGUEZ

        Goood quality

        Amazing product ................... look super clean on the car really easy to install

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      • June 13, 2018

        5 2018 GT - RaymondH

        Corner pocket

        Make a great difference on front end appearance. Great compliments on the product.

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      • April 27, 2018

        4 2018 GT - Xavier

        A lot of work for what may or may not be worth it

        I won't lie and tell you this was an easy mod to do, nor will I lie and say it's for sure worth it to everyone. What I can say is I enjoy them very much and it is worth it to me, which is why I will give this 4 stars. The only reason I won't give 5 is it didn't have the tracing papers with it, which made me 'eye it'. Beyond that, I also think it is truly a lot of work for a fairly minor change (though I do love it). It is up to your personal preference if you like it enough to do this or not.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Driver Side Corner Pocket Duct
      • (1) Passenger Side Corner Pocket Duct
      • (1) Driver Side Black Out Graphic
      • (1) Passenger Side Black Out Graphic
      • (2) Brackets
      • (6) Screws
      • (2) Bolts
      • (2) Washers
      • (2) Nuts
      • Templates
      • Instructions

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Bullitt - 19, 20
      • EcoBoost - 18, 19, 20
      • GT - 18, 19, 20

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