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SEMA 2010: RKSport debuts 2010+ Mustang body kit

By - November 16, 2010 – 12:19 pmNo Comment | 10,521 views

RKSport 2011 Ford Mustang GT

RKSport, well-known for their body kits for American muscle cars, announced a new styling kit for the 2010+ Ford Mustang at SEMA earlier this month. The show car in the company’s booth easily stood out with its aggressive body kit with carbon fiber inlays, TSW wheels and massive AP Racing brakes, and it had the power to back up the looks with a Ford Racing / Whipple supercharger system underneath the hood. At the time RKSport couldn’t give us many details about the body kit, but they have now sent us some more information including pricing.

Built for the 2010+ Mustang, the new 6-piece  body kit comes with front and rear valence, side skirts and door fillers. Fenders with vents, functional ram-air hood, and a 3-piece trunk spoiler are also available, as well as a carbon fiber roof overlay. The components are made of various materials depending on the piece, and the hood and fender come with an optional carbon fiber inlay. Individual pieces of the body kit can also be purchased separately. You can see more details about the RKSport body kit below:

  • RKSport 2010+ Mustang Ground Effects Kit – Includes Front & Rear valance, and left & Right side skirts and door panels. 6 pieces total. Made out of Urethane – $1,195.95
  • RKSport 2010+ Mustang Fenders with Vent – Made from fiberglass. Add the carbon fiber inlay for an extra 35 dollars per side – $295.95 each
  • RKSport 2010+ Mustang Ram Air Hood – Functional ram air hood made from fiberglass. Available with a carbon fiber center – $695.95, $899.95 with CF
  • RKSport 2010+ Mustang Trunk Spoiler – 3-piece trunk spoiler made from urethane. Uses factory holes in the trunk lid, can be bolted down or taped down with provided 3M tape – $299.95
  • RKSport 2010+ Mustang Carbon Fiber Roof Overlay – Bonded to the roof using epoxy – $599.95

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