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Old 08-01-2013, 08:35 PM   #1
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Led the v6 have one
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Not sure what the question is, but the v6 does have a K member. Stamped steel like all mustang stock K members. If that's not your question please elaborate.
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Old 08-01-2013, 09:25 PM   #3
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That was the question sorry about thanks
And can I support the 4.6
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You will need to swap I believe.
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I believe it's the same as the GT. the bodies are pretty much exactly the same just the drivetrain that's different
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the only difference is a sway bar
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the only difference is a sway bar
And all 01-04 new edges had front sway bars correct? I thing 99 and 01 GT's had them and the rears as well
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And all 01-04 new edges had front sway bars correct? I thing 99 and 01 GT's had them and the rears as well
I am pretty sure, not 100% sure. This is one of the suspension mods. I think, is a must add. It really connects the left and right suspension together. Making a big difference on the front and rear. Talk about tight. I recommend front and rear sway bars over strut bars. I tested my suspension to the limits and could do 90 m.p.h. with no fear around 180 deg. interstate on ramps. I was not racing anyone btw. Please do not risk your life trying to do what I did. I am not responsible.
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I am pretty sure, not 100% sure. This is one of the suspension mods. I think, is a must add. It really connects the left and right suspension together. Making a big difference on the front and rear. Talk about tight. I recommend front and rear sway bars over strut bars. I tested my suspension to the limits and could do 90 m.p.h. with no fear around 180 deg. interstate on ramps. I was not racing anyone btw. Please do not risk your life trying to do what I did. I am not responsible.
I have both rear, front sway bars, and rear and front strut tower bars. The rear is welded on. And I have a harness bar as well so I guess the middle of the car is also stiff. I have a really stiff ride man. I know what you mean though. The highway has signs telling us to take turns at 30 or 50 and I'm up there hitting 70-80 on those I don't suggest anyone try this stupidity without proper modifications and you have to know your car real well
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I have both rear, front sway bars, and rear and front strut tower bars. The rear is welded on. And I have a harness bar as well so I guess the middle of the car is also stiff. I have a really stiff ride man. I know what you mean though. The highway has signs telling us to take turns at 30 or 50 and I'm up there hitting 70-80 on those I don't suggest anyone try this stupidity without proper modifications and you have to know your car real well
LOL don't you want to sound like the Street Outlaws beginning or better yet the Bevis n Buthead warning. I trust my suspension and start playing Aero Smiths song Living On The Edge. A loose interpretation. How big of a difference did you notice with the rear bar? I am not big on trunk space.
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