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Old 05-19-2014, 01:47 PM   #1
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What is the difference between the SR Performance CC Plates and the J&M CC plates from AM? Don't they both do the same job?
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Yes, they do both have the same job. Depending on how much your ride height is adjusted, one may be needed more than the other. The SR is a solid peace, but it is 3bolt adjustable. If you have less than a 2" drop, the SR plates will meet your exact needs. The J&M plates are 4bolt adjustable, which may be needed for ride height drops past 2".

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Yes, they do both have the same job. Depending on how much your ride height is adjusted, one may be needed more than the other. The SR is a solid peace, but it is 3bolt adjustable. If you have less than a 2" drop, the SR plates will meet your exact needs. The J&M plates are 4bolt adjustable, which may be needed for ride height drops past 2".

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Thanks for clearing this up for me. This was very helpful. 👍
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Not a problem. You can always feel free to shoot me a PM if you have further questions. I'm here to help!

Which lowering springs were you looking at btw?

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Not a problem. You can always feel free to shoot me a PM if you have further questions. I'm here to help!

Which lowering springs were you looking at btw?

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If I install long tube headers, will I have any clearance issues if I install these lowering springs with new isolators?

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If I install long tube headers, will I have any clearance issues if I install these lowering springs with new isolators?

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I've heard MAC headers have awesome clearance
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I've heard MAC headers have awesome clearance

That's awesome!
Those are the headers I'm going with. Mac Ceramic coated long tubes
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I've heard MAC headers have awesome clearance

That's awesome!
Those are the headers I'm going with. Mac Ceramic coated long tubes
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If I install long tube headers, will I have any clearance issues if I install these lowering springs with new isolators?

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Nope, you should be okay with the MAC LT headers. These 94-04 body styles definitely make the LT header collectors hang lower than regular exhaust, but it should be a problem. Just be mindful of the exhaust and your ride height when going over speed bumps. You don't have to take it sideways, just keep your speed conservative.

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