Re: Nostalgic Stance
I always loved that look as well, but I guess the general agreement by most is that the late model mustangs are better looking with an even stance. The lines of the car are best matched with an even stance.
But...It is possible to give the car a rake:
1) Get eibach pro kit springs for the front, and leave the rear stock = aggressive rake
2) Get eibach pro kit springs for the entire car, take the isolators out in front and put them in the rear = mild rake
3) Leaving all the isolators gives the 99-04 cars a nice rake, not sure about 05+
You can do this with the stock isolators as long as their in decent shape. After a lot of abuse/road time, the isos will get "smushed" but, I'm guessing your car is new enough that this hasn't happened yet.
Some may not advise taking the isos out because they prevent the spring from rubbing on metal placement pieces, and prevent noise from the initial blunt hit the spring takes. Occasionally, they may cause some, and when I say some I mean very little squeaking when you hit a bump, but this can be solved by wrapping the coil ends in electrical tape a few times.
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