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Old 10-12-2012, 08:13 AM   #1
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Long tubes clearence

Hey guys I have a 01 gt with Eibach lowering springs on it. It's like an 1.5 drop I want headers but I would like long tubes but don't know if I'm gonna hit everywhere I go?
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Email or call the company to answer your question. Iam thinking their may be fitment problems
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They will probably become the lowest part of your car. Just be careful and pay attention to high spots.
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Hey guys I have a 01 gt with Eibach lowering springs on it. It's like an 1.5 drop I want headers but I would like long tubes but don't know if I'm gonna hit everywhere I go?
You will hit every where! That will be the lowest part if your car right where it meets your X or H pipe.
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You will hit every where! That will be the lowest part if your car right where it meets your X or H pipe.
If I lived back in Chicago I would hate driving my lowered mustang with long tubes. I live in Atlanta and the road conditions are excellent. I would base your decisions on your road conditions.
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