Swap out to the cobra lines, calipers, pads, and rotors, they have bigger brakes/taller rotors, I forget if the difference is made up by the caliper or if it requires a bracket to elevate the caliper some
Originally Posted by BigT03
Why not? 20s make it sit better. Putting low pros on the front and bigger tires on the rear. I'm a tall guy and its hard to get in and out of a car that sits so low. I plan to put a body kit on it to make up for the height difference so it still looks low.
Staggered 20's lol not as good as you'll think but to each they're own
You'll be gaining a lot of weight and making it harder to get up and go with those, lose a couple MPG's if that matters (most don't care in a mustang anyways) but at least the new brakes should counter the gain in distance to stop the car from the larger rotational mass of the wheels
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