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Old 01-27-2014, 11:09 PM   #1
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Darn you AM and the mustang forums. I just broke down and purchased a pair of J&M lower control arms. These got amazing reviews. I did not get the adjustable LCA's because I have no desire to lower my stang. After talking with AM reps online they really emphasized how the lower control arms is going to improve the off line explosion with reduced wheel hop and keeping the car straight. The rep was a huge fan of the J&M products for the price and quality.

My wife is not going to be pleased at all in fact she gonna hit the roof when the package from AM arrives. She was not happy last week when AM delivered my tail light tint, side marker tint and third brake light tint. Not happy indeed but guess what fellas. I don't care that much. Lmao.

I'm already running 4.7 0-60 mph so hopefully the LCA's can get me down to 4.6 with better traction it provides.
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Darn you AM and the mustang forums. I just broke down and purchased a pair of J&M lower control arms. These got amazing reviews. I did not get the adjustable LCA's because I have no desire to lower my stang. After talking with AM reps online they really emphasized how the lower control arms is going to improve the off line explosion with reduced wheel hop and keeping the car straight. The rep was a huge fan of the J&M products for the price and quality.

My wife is not going to be pleased at all in fact she gonna hit the roof when the package from AM arrives. She was not happy last week when AM delivered my tail light tint, side marker tint and third brake light tint. Not happy indeed but guess what fellas. I don't care that much. Lmao.

I'm already running 4.7 0-60 mph so hopefully the LCA's can get me down to 4.6 with better traction it provides.
So make sure you get pictures of when she divorces you. Please post on when she cuts your car in half, whether she gets the driver's side or the passenger side.
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Old 01-28-2014, 12:38 AM   #3
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So make sure you get pictures of when she divorces you. Please post on when she cuts your car in half, whether she gets the driver's side or the passenger side.
Lmfao. Will do bro. She will not be happy.
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Darn you AM and the mustang forums. I just broke down and purchased a pair of J&M lower control arms. These got amazing reviews. I did not get the adjustable LCA's because I have no desire to lower my stang. After talking with AM reps online they really emphasized how the lower control arms is going to improve the off line explosion with reduced wheel hop and keeping the car straight. The rep was a huge fan of the J&M products for the price and quality. My wife is not going to be pleased at all in fact she gonna hit the roof when the package from AM arrives. She was not happy last week when AM delivered my tail light tint, side marker tint and third brake light tint. Not happy indeed but guess what fellas. I don't care that much. Lmao. I'm already running 4.7 0-60 mph so hopefully the LCA's can get me down to 4.6 with better traction it provides.
Get that couch ready bro! Lmao. Just cuddle with ur LCA at night eff it!! Hahaha. Gonna be a nice upgrade tho!
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Get that couch ready bro! Lmao. Just cuddle with ur LCA at night eff it!! Hahaha. Gonna be a nice upgrade tho!
Lmao. That's the truth bro. I can cuddle with my LCA and the stang. Life is grand. Lmao. I read they make a big difference in ones traction and acceleration from a dead stop and low speeds. Do you have LCA's on your pony?
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Lmao. That's the truth bro. I can cuddle with my LCA and the stang. Life is grand. Lmao. I read they make a big difference in ones traction and acceleration from a dead stop and low speeds. Do you have LCA's on your pony?
Haha. U won't be cold in the stang bro! Just blast the heater! Lmao. Nah I don't have LCA yet but I should be getting them soon!! I thought u weren't having traction issues tho? I'm know I was with my 3.7 & I only had 2.73s! Haha. I'm sure u'll notice a difference!
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Haha. U won't be cold in the stang bro! Just blast the heater! Lmao. Nah I don't have LCA yet but I should be getting them soon!! I thought u weren't having traction issues tho? I'm know I was with my 3.7 & I only had 2.73s! Haha. I'm sure u'll notice a difference!
I'm not having any tire spin issues but when I slam it from a dead stop I'm hopping like a mad bunny thru second gear on my automatic. Lol! The LCA's should solve that hop and keep me straight.
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I'm not having any tire spin issues but when I slam it from a dead stop I'm hopping like a mad bunny thru second gear on my automatic. Lol! The LCA's should solve that hop and keep me straight.
Ah ok! Yea LCA should help out a lot!
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Ah ok! Yea LCA should help out a lot!
Sweeeet. That's what I'm hoping for. Lol
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Got the bbr ones on my 2011 3.7
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LCA don't solve wheel hop. Relocation brackets wheel stop it more than the actual LCA themselves. All a LCA does is control movement of the axle front to back. Only way to completely stop wheel hop is a UCA and good tires.

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Rapinator126 is telling you right. Ride will be rougher. Can't beat good tires.
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