Redline Tuning Hood Strut Kit QuickLIFT PLUS Bolt-In 2005-2014

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Product Description

Redline Tuning Bolt-In QuickLIFT PLUS Hood Strut Kit for all 2005-2014 Mustangs with a Stock Hood.

Redline Tuning has released a completely new design for their hood strut kits. Their new design for the stock hood is truly a bolt-in installation! The result is a patented bolt-in design that utilizes a fender bolt and a hole in the hood frame and operates as smoothly as an OEM system.

QuickLIFT PLUS Features:
- Black e-coated custom valved gas springs, made specifically for each application
- Progressive, slow release system; final few inches of operation, gas springs slow down extending rate allowing for a fluid lifting process
- Black powder-coated hardware
- Full color installation manual

*For use on stock hoods only!

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Quick, easy and effective
1/2 inch socket, 10mm socket and 10 minutes is all you need. Hood raises quickly but controlled, and no more annoying prop rod. They look great, too.
05MineralGT October 4, 2013
super easy and fast
This is a great option,toss the pop rod away and enjoy the new lift!Definitely would recommend and super easy to install,took 10 min. and works great.No need to alingn hood or anything.Bolt on and go!
Shelby GT500 conv.x3 black May 1, 2013
1, 2, 3, I'm done!
The stock hood prop rod is history. Within 5 minutes everything was installed and I was 100% satisfied. Totally easy install, looks & works perfectly. This is the easiest, least expensive, most satisfying part for my Mustang so far.
Dave J. March 22, 2013
Money well spent, excellent product...
Jorge March 17, 2013
Great product and service.
Installed on my 2013 GT. Can't compare them to any others but they were simple to install and they work. There was a delay in shipping them due to them being out of stock. CJPony actually called me and left a voice mail apologizing for the delay I received them shortly thereafter so not only am I happy with the struts, I'm happy with CJPP's customer service.
Len February 24, 2013
hood stuts
installed on my new 2012 v6 premium ,easiest hood struts I ever installed 5 minutes . should be first upgrade on your list. excellent value.5 star rating.
david couturier February 5, 2013
Redline Tuning Hood Strut Purchase
Couldn't be more simple to install. Took more time to find the right size sockets in my toolbox than it did to put them in. Rate me 5 star happy.
12mstng January 28, 2013
They look factory, best of all, no more prop rod
Easy install, 10 minutes, uses original fender bolts, and best of all they look like a factory product. This is something Ford should have instead of the prop rod. Even lifts the hood a little higher for better access.
AndyP December 2, 2012
Perfect fit
Installs easy in 10 minutes and works well on the 2010 GT500's as well. Hood opens just smooth as silk. Highly recommended!
F.S November 28, 2012
So easy a caveman can do it :P
These are very easy to install and use factory holes in the oem hood unlike other kits. This was what sold me on this kit. You do use a oem fender bolt and have to flip the sound tube bracket but no big deal. Bottom line they are easy to install and no more grabbing a freakin' HOT prop-rod.
OBXer - 2013 GT September 15, 2012
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: With all the advancements made under the hood of the newest Mustang, for some reason Ford still chooses to hold that up with an old-school prop rod. Thankfully, it's an easy problem to fix. Today we're going to show you how to install this Redline tuning no- drill hood strut kit on our 2013 Gotta Have It Race car. The kit comes with two strut assemblies as well as the four mounting brackets. What makes this unique is it uses all factory mounting holes as well as mounting hardware requiring no drilling, and no removal of your hood hinge bolts. For this installation you'll need a 3/8 ratchet, a 10 mm socket, and a 1/2-inch socket. We've got to use this one last time.

The lower bracket's going to mount to this fender bolt right here. The uppers go in this existing hole in your hood. This is the upper mount. Basically, you're going to want to loosen it up to the point that this washer is still hanging on, but has enough space so we can slide it through the hole. We want to put it through on an angle, and then pull against the hood while you tighten it up. We're going to get it just hand-tight for now, and what you'll want to do before you actually tighten it up with your wrench, you'll want to slide it toward the outside of the hood as far as possible, and then tighten it down. This will keep the strut from interfering with your shock tower when your hood is closed.

Now we're going to remove our fender bolt, install our bracket. The brackets are not side specific. If your car still has the factory air tube that goes from the cold air kit to the firewall, there's going to be a bracket that's going to mount right here. You'll have to take the bracket off the top studs and move it to the bottom to clear that stud.

Our last step is to install the strut itself. We're going to place the end of the strut over the ball on the end of the bracket. We're going to make sure the body of the strut is facing upward keeping any condensation out. Just place it over and press it into place, and then you'll want to repeat the process on the other side. Now for our last step, we're going to remove our factory prop rod, and our installation's complete.

We're going to try out our new hood struts, pull it up about halfway and then just let it go. It will slow down at the top. That's what Ford should have done when they built these cars. Installation is pretty straight forward, should take you no more than about 20 minutes. You'll be back on the road in no time.