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SilverHorse Racing releases Tru-Billet 5.0 fuel door for the 2011 Mustang GT

By - August 4, 2010 – 11:15 amNo Comment | 579 views

SilverHorse Racing 2011 Mustang billet fuel door

SilverHorse Racing is well known for the high quality accessories for the S197 Mustang, from they honeycomb decklid panel to their flush-mounted quarter window panels. One of their latest products is this billet fuel door made from 6061-T6 solid aluminum that fits flush with the 2010+ Mustang’s body. Owners of 2011 Mustangs can have the 5.0 logo machined into the door and can order the product in an unfinished or unassembled state to apply custom paint. SilverHorse Racing’s list price is $119.99.

Product Description:

The SilverHorse Racing Tru-Billet Fuel Door is the first and only on the market for the 2010+ cars made from over 5 Lbs. of solid 6061-T6 certified aluminum billets, machined down to an exact fit instead of being bent or cast into shape.

This results in a part that is lighter than the stock fuel door it replaces (approx. 1 Lb.), yet will take just about whatever abuse you want to throw at it. After anodizing or plating, they are hand-assembled using stainless steel hardware, precision ground stainless hinge spacer/washers, and nylon mounting bushings for a perfect fit that requires no drilling of sheet metal (although the inner plastic housing is removed during the installation process). Retention and closing of the door is accomplished with cadmium-plated press-fit neodymium rare-earth magnets and an exclusive striker plate that is retained by stainless steel hardware, not loose-fitting glued-in components. Installs in about twenty minutes using common hand tools, and they are available in different engraving options and in a variety of finishes.

To satisfy requests for customers who would like to paint their fuel door to match or contrast their car, we are offering our popular Tru-Billet fuel door in a unfinished and unassembled state at a substantial discount! This is to aid customers who would like to paint their parts prior to installation, and is not recommended for customers who would like to receive an assembled, ready to install fuel door.

[Source: SilverHorse Racing]

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