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Old 02-01-2014, 10:27 AM   #1
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Lowering springs and wheel combos?

So I just purchased a 2014 GT base, 6 speed, and I'm looking to put a nice set of rims and some stiffer springs. The only grip I've had about the car is the soft suspension.

I was thinking of some BMR springs, and then dare I say, Bronze wheels on my Deep Impact Blue. Any input would be great, thanks!

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Bronze wheels on DIB car would look great I think. I'm all about being different, forgestar is the only thing that comes to mind.

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Dark Matte Bronze looks amazing on almost ANY color. I really like the forgestar cf5 in bronze myself.
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The bronze wheel will look sick. But now if your wanting to get bmr springs. Also go ahead and get some bmr lower and upper control arms. It will get rid of that wheel hop must mustangs have when you start putting a lot of power under the hood. Click image for larger version

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Bronze wheels will look really nice. Remember to check out c/c platwes or the Steeda strut mounts. LINK: Steeda 2011-14 Mustang Upper Strut Mounts - Made in the USA 555-8135 - Free Shipping!
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