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Old 02-19-2013, 11:21 PM   #36
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My stang lowered anf I love it. It gets a lot of compliments on how sexy it looks.
Well with it being that Low, are you still able to go over speed bumps and every day driving? Because honestly after JUST getting my car painted the last thing I want is scrapes and scratches haha
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Lol you can go way lower and still go over bumps. Ill have to find my friends pics of his v6 laying frame lol
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Well with it being that Low, are you still able to go over speed bumps and every day driving? Because honestly after JUST getting my car painted the last thing I want is scrapes and scratches haha


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Lucky me , mine is not scrape, don't have a problem on speed bumps either.
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Lucky me , mine is not scrape, don't have a problem on speed bumps either.
What kind of mustang is that??? :O that looks amazing and I never like red
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What kind of mustang is that??? :O that looks amazing and I never like red
Lol New edge? Made from '99-'04 the best looking ones
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:51 AM   #42
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What kind of mustang is that??? :O that looks amazing and I never like red
Lol.. 04 VSIX dude
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Lol.. 04 VSIX dude
Haha now I feel retarded for some reason I thought it looked like a mach 1 or cobra I don't even know haha but looks nicee

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Lol.. 04 VSIX dude
Anyways just wondering how much for those calipers? They look awesome with those rims
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Well with it being that Low, are you still able to go over speed bumps and every day driving? Because honestly after JUST getting my car painted the last thing I want is scrapes and scratches haha
Depends on speed bumps.. I have a tru dual exhuast that seems to get most of tge damage. Well im sorry I take that back. My cats take most of the bumps. Hahahhaha. My bodyy doesnt touch.
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Lol you can go way lower and still go over bumps. Ill have to find my friends pics of his v6 laying frame lol
Bagged stang? There's nothing like the sound of steel and concrete
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Haha now I feel retarded for some reason I thought it looked like a mach 1 or cobra I don't even know haha but looks nicee

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Anyways just wondering how much for those calipers? They look awesome with those rims
they are probably just painted
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Haha now I feel retarded for some reason I thought it looked like a mach 1 or cobra I don't even know haha but looks nicee

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Anyways just wondering how much for those calipers? They look awesome with those rims
Thanks. I got it from AM I think it's $199

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they are probably just painted
It's not painted lol.. It's a caliper cover from mgp and got it fom AM ..
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How much did you pay for that?
They're normally like $175 but I got them off some guy on Craigslist for $100 who bought em for his sixxer but he don't want em anymore. Very stiff ride though. On my drive to school I lift out of my seat sometimes lol
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Siendly22 how much is your stang lowered?
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:05 PM   #50
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Siendly22 how much is your stang lowered?
I think 2" . I'm not sure tho , I replace my balljoint to steeda X2 and I never put the spacers included on the kit and it lower more on the front and steeda bumpsteer kit. . Pretty low when you see it close.
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i'd say 1.75"
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What all do I need to lower my Shelby 1.5"?
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:34 PM   #53
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i'd say 1.75"
Yep, around 1.75"
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check in the shelby section....they'll probably be better to answer that
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check in the shelby section....they'll probably be better to answer that
Lol. Dang! Ok.
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Thanks. I got it from AM I think it's $199

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It's not painted lol.. It's a caliper cover from mgp and got it fom AM ..
ahhh apologies.
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ahhh apologies.
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Hey man samuel smith referd me too you about cutting coils I have a stock 2000 v6 mustang I was wondering if ir mattered what type of springs there are? I read that cutting pig tail ends is a no no I was just wondering what you know on the subject and also is it easyer to use spring compressor to take them out? Do you stil need to disconnect tie rod?

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Old 05-06-2014, 06:18 PM   #59
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My front is about an inch higher

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Old 05-06-2014, 06:22 PM   #60
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Siendly22 are those cut or aftermarket

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Old 05-07-2014, 01:28 PM   #63
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Do you cut the top or botrom

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Old 05-17-2014, 01:47 PM   #64
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