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Old 01-25-2014, 11:27 PM   #1
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So I picked up a V6 mustang about 2 weeks, and after driving 800 miles I figured out what I want the car to be. A DD and cruiser, something I drive on the weekends when it's warm enough to ride my bike everyday.

Now since it's a V6, putting out some decent power, I'm not very interested in making a street monster. Currently the 305HP is enough for me to go to work and cruise on the weekends. I might trade the mustang in after 3-5 years and upgrade to the 5.0L. So being a cruiser I want the car to ride comfy, which it does, look good and sound good.

So I was wondering two things. What mods do you guys suggest and how do I post pic, I've tried and all it says is that the upload failed.

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Old 01-26-2014, 06:55 AM   #2
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I think you have to resize your pictures to a smaller size.

We have a lot of bolt on mods offered. Even a supercharger if you want over 400 wheel horsepower. Have fun in your Mustang
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Old 01-26-2014, 10:38 AM   #3
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Whelp, look like I put the wrong title since I've already introduced myself. But I think I figured out how to post pics. They aren't great pics since I took them from my phone.
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I personally would start with wheels and lowering it
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See I thought about lowering but there are two things I don't like about that.
1. I know lowering the car can improve handling but since I want it to be a crusier and DD I don't want to compromise the handling and make it hard to live with.
2. There is also a good chance that after 3 years I'll be trading this mustang up to a 5.0 mustang. If so I want to center my expensive mods and be easy to un-install and install on my 5.0

So with that in mind, my idea would be to buy 18" wheels and high profile tires to provide a comfortable ride and fill in the wheel arches.

What do you guys, that have lowered your mustangs and anyone else, think?

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Just bagged mine snd i love it, the ride is better than stock and handles great and its s daily... Before that i had it lowered on 1.5" sr performance springs it was ok didnt really hurt ride quality imo and looked better lower. I have the springs for sale in classifieds btw
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