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    Finally! Hood Insulation for the ST That Fits!

    Yes. Most definitely. The ride is quieter on normal streets. Less tinny sounds. The turbo whoosh still comes through for those times when I floor itl CVCashmere
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    Great in black1 CVCashmere
  3. All I did was write down what they filled out on the Bill. Since they did it, the jerking is gone. We will see, over time, if it comes back. CVCashmere
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    Modifying the ST

    Nice report! CVCashmere
  5. Everyone My family gave me a wall-mounted Bissell wet/dry vacuum w/30 feet of cord. No more hauling out vacuum cleaners or trying to blot up wet spots on the carpet. Works great…already used on one hair-ridden vehicle! CVCashmere
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    Welcome JerseyST

    Welcome! I am in South Jersey! CVCashmere
  7. Hi All I notices similar problems to Gooney's issues. Last month, they performed a TSB 8F57 diagnostic and the reflash fixed our problem. Thanks CVCashmere
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    Finally! Hood Insulation for the ST That Fits!

    I am surprised that more of you have not bought this insulation as it does quiet down road noise. CVCashmere
  9. On a related note, I opened the liftgate in our garage...and it found the only sharp piece of metal sticking out from my garage door...Bam! First dent in the new car! The manual tells you how to limit the travel, so i set it for a lower level and now, I bang my head on the latch assembly. If you lose power, I wonder if the programming has to be reset? CVCashmere
  10. Edger's I was able to order the correct hood insulator for the 2019 ST this week and attach it today! For master mechanics, such as myself, it took 6 minutes. The rest of you should be able to do it under 5 minutes...it's that easy! The clips are already attached...just hold up to the hood, and "push and play". I have enclosed a picture of the actual part # on the bag. The engine has always been quiet, this pad absorbs some of the road noise and sounds closer to a Lincoln inside than before. Cost is about $115 plus tax from your local dealer. I received a Mustang Club discount plus they knew I was going install it myself. Thanks CVCashmere
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    Changing Edge's weak single horn to dual horn

    First mod I did on our ST! Go for it! CVCashmere
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    Welcome Philly STEdge

    Welcome! i am from South Jersey and drive a blue ST. CVCashmere
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    Lowering the ST

    Nice mods!! CVCashmere
  14. ST'ers I just updated my SYNC using a thumb drive. For some reason, it took close to an hour, but it was successful. https://help.ford.com/update-sync/ type in your VIN, and hit the "check for updates" button. I frankly do not see a difference so far. Here is a cut&paste from a Mustang forum. Thanks CVCashmere
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    Custom hood stripes

    I like the side stripes the best along with the painted calipers. CVCashmere
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