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Old 04-02-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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I've got a 2007 GT/CS. The CS is supposed to be 1.5" lower than a GT. I originally thought this referred to the front clip, but apparently the car is supposed to be lower. Does anyone know the facts behind this? Does it have different springs? And if the springs are different, is the panhard bar standard or is it a different length? My panhard is not adjustable right now.
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Re: Factory Lowered Question

interesting, got a pic (side shot) we can compare vs a stock GT
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GT/CS are stock ride height and the front clip sits lower... Shelby GT/CS are lowered from the factory w FRPP K springs 1 1/2 drop all the way around
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Here are a couple of pics, it rained this morning, so no dirty car comments.
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Looking at the gap between your tires and wheel well lip this car is not lowered. I have a GT and with just a 1.25 inch drop in the rear, the gap measures a little over 1.25" My guess the lower part of you car is the front fascia to the ground.
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