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RTR Decklid Panel; Black (10-14 All)

Item 11100-UA
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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey guys, Stephanie with, and this is my review of the RTR Decklid Panel for all 2010 to 2014 Mustangs. The RTR Decklid Panel is going to be for the S197 owners out there that are looking for a flush decklid panel that's going to get rid of that fake gas cap looking thing that's front and center on the rear of the S197, and give their Mustang more of a clean feel. This panel, along with the CDC panel, are the only decklid panels available right now that are eliminating that cap, and the RTR here is the only smooth panel, which is going to give a different type of look. So one of the first things that I noticed here is the fact that this panel has a gloss black finish, which, in true RTR fashion, is also different than the majority of decklid panels that are out there. I think that the finish of the panel does help it to blend in, and look like it belongs with the factory taillights.But RTR hasn't left this panel with just a gloss black finish. It may be hard to see here, but there's a small RTR logo in the lower corner here, just to help set this thing off some. It's nice that it isn't over the top, and if you really don't like it, it can be removed, to better suit your tastes. This is made from ABS plastic, which is intended to offer more durability, and a longer lifespan than other materials. And if we flip it over here, you can see that there is 3M tape already pre-installed on the back, to help make it an easier install.I did mention earlier that this panel is a flat panel that's going to eliminate the fake gas cap in the rear, which is a good thing in my opinion. And that, along with the finish, are going to help this panel give your Mustang a different look. This decklid panel is going to run you right around the $200 mark, which is going to be the top of the line when we compare it to other decklid panels on the site. But this is an RTR signature piece, designed by Vaughn, that's unlike the other decklid panel options out there. As far as the install goes, it's pretty straightforward, but it can be a little tricky, since there is some cutting involved to get that flush look.So you're going to want to make sure you have a few things before you get started, with a Philips head, a plastic panel tool, some scissors, and of course a tool to do some cutting with. The most difficult part of the install is going to be the cutting, of course. But after all of this is done, you can have a nice flush panel. Depending on which method you choose to get your panel flat, you might want some masking tape, and a blanket to catch some of the metal shavings. The first thing you're going to want to do is open the decklid and remove the two screws that secure the lower corners of the factory churn panel. Then remove the factory panel using a flat panel tool.There are some plastic clips on the backside of the panel, but they aren't difficult to get to. Now you can see the bump in the surface that you're going to want to remove, and I just want to point out that there are many different ways that you can tackle this next step, but you should use the method that you're most comfortable with. RTR suggests using either an air body saw or a hole saw to remove the bump. After that, it's just a matter of pressing the panel into place after the backing is peeled off of the 3M tape. Overall, you're probably looking at an hour tops, and because of the cutting, I'm going to call this a two out of three wrenches on our scale.Okay, so wrapping things up here, the RTR Rear Decklid Panel is going to eliminate that fake gas cap on the '10 to '14, and give a smooth, gloss black blacked-out look. It's made from ABS plastic, it isn't hard to install, and it's a touch different than the other options that are out there. So if this is something that you like the looks of, feel free to check it out more online for yourself. I'm Stephanie, and for all things Mustang, keep it right here at

      Product Information

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


      • RTR - Ready to Rock Styling
      • Small RTR Logo in Lower Right Corner
      • ABS Plastic
      • Gloss Black Finish
      • Fits All 2010-2014 Mustangs


      Ready To Rock! Add the same aggressive race car styling of Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s "Ready To Rock" race car to your 2010-2014 S197 Mustang with this Rear Decklid Black Out Panel that features the RTR logo in the lower Right Side corner.

      Quality Construction. Manufactured from ABS Plasic, this RTR Rear Decklid Panel features a gloss black finish for intimidating good looks and long lasting durability. The factory deck lid panel isn't trimmed and requires you to cut it to specs for a proper fit on your Mustang.

      Application. This RTR Rear Rear Decklid Panel is the perfect appearance upgrade for all the 2010-2014 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Boss and Shelby GT500 models.


      Fitment: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

      MPN# 11100-UA

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      Customer Reviews (100+)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • April 05, 2020

        4 2013 GT - supergrunt Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Amazing looking but dosnt stick good

        Looks awesome, way better then stock panel, Recommend buying more 3m tape to stick on the panel, factory tape is already coming off but can be fixed

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      • April 02, 2020

        5 2011 V6 - Blkbettys Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


        Very easy to install looks amazing Doesnt come with any flex seal tape.

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      • February 24, 2020

        5 2013 V6 - BretM Installation Time: Afternoon

        I love it!

        I really enjoy the look of this decklid panel, it looks so clean and slick. However the instructions say that a 5in circular drill will work. But it's too small. The directions talk about an air body saw, which is the best choice. I hope the 3m tape sticks for years!

        Helpful (1)
      • February 03, 2020

        5 2012 GT - AndrewF Installation Time: Afternoon


        Excellent fit and finish. Instructions were very thorough along with all the supplies needed for install.

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      • January 09, 2020

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

        Very impressed

        Love the way mine looks on the car and it seems to be made of good quality plastic. The install was pretty simple if you know what you’re doing. The cutting would have to be the hardest part. Other than that it was a breeze.

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      • January 02, 2020

        5 2014 V6 - Anonymous Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        RTR decklid panel

        I have got so many compliments on this add on to my car people just love it.

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      • December 01, 2019

        5 2011 V6 - Beatx Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


        Good glossy looks that attracts shine on ur mustang S197 perfect fit easy install if you know what your doing. Likely recommend to people who like clean looks. No need to paint it better in black.

        Helpful (1)
      • November 25, 2019

        1 2014 V6 - skylarwade Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        decklid panel

        the panel looks great, gross great with my blacked out look

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      • October 18, 2019

        4 2014 GT - btluseb Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Not too bad of an install

        I would have liked it if there were built in tabs in the back for alignment. I had to remove it once and redo it because it was off center.

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      • October 11, 2019

        5 2012 V6 - Quietsix Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        My 2 cents

        I got a RTR deck lid from American muscle After painting it and installing it on my 3.7 mustang it looks great it's a fairly easy install and a great price it's a must have mod for your mustang it'll give your mustang a great look and stance Mike

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      Questions & Answers (21 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Can the RTR logo be removed?

      • Yes, it is a decal.

      Helpful (17)

      I own a 2013 Mustang and a 2012 Mustang gt. I want to get rid of the fake gas cap on my deck lid on the GT with the RTR gloss black deck lid but unlike my 2013 Mustang that has the deck lid piece that you can take off my GT has a solid piece , deck lid to trunk .what can you recommend with that situation? Your concern would be appreciated. I really want to get rid of the fake gas cap.

      • So to remove the factory deck lid I recommend watchin the video on the page (link below) it shows how to remove the lid. In short there is clips holding the factory deck lid in place along with tape pry the corners carefully and work the deck lid off.

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      Do you have to cut into your trunk for this part to fit perfect?

      • You would need to cut the raised section under the deck lid emblem for installation.

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      Will the 3m tape on the back of the panel be enough to waterproof and keep the rain out of the hole you have to cut in the trunk?

      • As long as the decklid is installed properly this will be a tight fit and hold out water yes!

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      This looks like the same finish as the factory decklid panel. After a few years there's a lot of fading at the bottom of it, would this have the same problem?

      • You should not experience any fading issues with this decklid panel.

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      10 More Questions
      I have a different type of aftermarket decklid on my 14 Mustang. What is the easiest method to remove this decklid previously installed by former owner. It does have 3M tape I'm sure. 1 answer
      I have the RTR deck lid panel I want to remove the RTR decal. I have been picking at it but is there an easy way to remove it? 1 answer
      what can I do to prevent the hole that's cut from rusting?? 1 answer
      I know you guys have oem paint for other products such as pre painted spoilers or louvers. Is there any way to get this product pre painted similar to the deck lid offered for the 2015-2018 mustangs? If not, will there be a product similar in the near future? 1 answer
      The product description says there is a small RTR logo on the part. However about half the customer photos do not have/show the logo...why? Is there a version available without the logo, or is the logo removed or painted over? 1 answer
      Is there any marking for drilling out holes for emblems? I would like to put the s550 GT logo on it but measuring isn’t my strong suit. 1 answer
      Does this decklid panel come with the pre-drill points to mount a pony emblem? 1 answer
      I have a 2010v6 and I need help how to install it , the 2010 v6 does not come with a stock decklid panel. Would I just cut the circle around the pony emblem ? 1 answer
      One answer says RTR can't be removed and another says it can. What's the correct answer. Thanks 1 answer
      Would a gt decklid emblem off a 2015 decklid fit on this? 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Decklid Panel
      • Adhesion Promoter
      • Alcohol Pads
      • 3M Tape

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