lol, 'dont be hatin' i'm sure it will be pretty sweet... but how do you intend on going any more than 70 without the backend coming up off the ground from all that lift? (just kidding jason, at least its not a ricer wing!)
Actually (I think) the Cobra R wing was designed, like the rest of the Cobra R, for Racing. So it actually does provide some downforce (at much higher than highway speeds). At normal highway speeds the only downforce it provides is gravity.
And yes, at least it isn't an aluminum "adjustable" multi-tiered park bench as is popular amongst the import and FWD crowd.
To answer the Mirror question, sorry but I don't know. But let me know if you find out. The more Mustang parts that will swap, the more options we T-bird owners will have.
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