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Old 01-11-2013, 09:25 AM   #36
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I have the Eibach ProKit setup on my 2011 Kona. 20" rims and tires
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Bellski,

Car is stupid sick bro love it I may do those cuz I've got 20s too
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Thanks- I just wish that the fricking snow would melt so I could get her back on the road.
Gonna be 2-3 months before she sees daylight again tho...
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Fantastic cars in this thread.

Vossen CV3 Matte Graphite 20" staggered rims, Steeda Sport Springs, Pro-Action Shocks and Struts, Steeda HD Strut Mounts, Adjustable Panhard Bar, Adjustable UCA, Billet LCA's.

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Lowered 2 inches in the front and 2 3/4 in the rear. I don't remember the brand of the springs. M&M C/C plates. I still need a pan hard bar.
Is it horrible without a pan hard bar?
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the main thing the adjustable panhard bar does is keep your rear axle centered left to right.
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Thanks- I just wish that the fricking snow would melt so I could get her back on the road.
Gonna be 2-3 months before she sees daylight again tho...
Ya luckily here in tn we don't experience snow much haha so I'm golden for now.
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
love your car man, making white look good, and I generally don't like white mustangs!
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
Awesome car. And photos, how do you do that? Haha
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
Holy **** that's gorgeous man!!
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love your car man, making white look good, and I generally don't like white mustangs!
Thanks man! At first I regretted getting white honestly, but I love it now.

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Awesome car. And photos, how do you do that? Haha
Haha thanks! I believe I used an app called snapseed for my iPhone.

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Holy **** that's gorgeous man!!
Thanks man!

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Thanks man!
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
Sexy car..... I think I might have found what springs to use on my car because of u.
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Lowered 2 inches in the front and 2 3/4 in the rear. I don't remember the brand of the springs. M&M C/C plates. I still need a pan hard bar.
How's the ride without the PH bar?
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
So the Coils alone did that?
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So the Coils alone did that?
Yup! Just the coilovers. Also have a panhard bar but like other people said that's just for centering the rear axle
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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
Looks sick ,, the white is just awesome

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Yup! Just the coilovers. Also have a panhard bar but like other people said that's just for centering the rear axle
Is it necessary for any lowering kit ?
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Is it horrible without a pan hard bar?
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How's the ride without the PH bar?
It's pretty rough. I get a lot of bounce, especially from the rear when going over bumps. I don't know if an adjustable pan hard bar would help that at all.

But the axel has moved over towards the driverside quite a bit after lowering. See for yourself.
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It's pretty rough. I get a lot of bounce, especially from the rear when going over bumps. I don't know if an adjustable pan hard bar would help that at all.

But the axel has moved over towards the driverside quite a bit after lowering. See for yourself.
Btw, my driveway is hella lumpy so it looks like the right side is higher but it's not. Lol
Thanks for the post and pics! That explains a lot for me when they say it shifted over.
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Thanks for the post and pics! That explains a lot for me when they say it shifted over.
No problem man. I'm surprised nobody commented about my unkept lawn. Lol
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No problem man. I'm surprised nobody commented about my unkept lawn. Lol
Now that you said that...HOLY CRAP lol
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No problem man. I'm surprised nobody commented about my unkept lawn. Lol
Lol. Oh I just thought you lived on the outskirts of a jungle. Lol
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Now that you said that...HOLY CRAP lol
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Lol. Oh I just thought you lived on the outskirts of a jungle. Lol
One of the benefits of living in the ghetto. Code enforcement is afraid to show their face around here.
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Hi all , i dont know if this has been posted before , i tried the search option and couldn't find any posts .

So show some pictures of your lowered mustangs , write the setup you are running , and watch other members setups here .

P.S: if this has been posted before , can you attach a link to the post because i didnt find any .

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Fantastic cars in this thread.

Vossen CV3 Matte Graphite 20" staggered rims, Steeda Sport Springs, Pro-Action Shocks and Struts, Steeda HD Strut Mounts, Adjustable Panhard Bar, Adjustable UCA, Billet LCA's.
Looks sick! Those Vossens are killing me! I have similar suspension set-up, plus relocation brackets, bump steer kit, and adjustable front sway bar endlinks. I used Koni Sport(Yellow) shocks instead, but I'm still on the stock Brembo wheels.

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Here's my 2011 CS. I have Eibach pro-street coils and 20x10.5, 20x9 Vossen cv3's
Killer ride! Man, those Vossens...
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Eibach pro kit and anti-roll kit. Tokico d-spec shocks and struts. J&m caster camber plates uppers lowers and Panhard bar. 20" foose

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That looks tight!
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That looks tight!
Thanks. It's a stiff ride but super fun in the turns
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Thanks. It's a stiff ride but super fun in the turns
Looks awesome tho , more pics will be great
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