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Old 04-15-2013, 05:32 PM   #36
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Nice. I was looking at the Eibach springs they lower the front 1.7" and rear 1.5" I looked at some pictures and thats the look I want but do you think there may be some scraping issues? I've scraped already at one place that I don't go often but thats with stock but it wasn't bad and it was my fault went over to rough.
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You will experience more scraping than normal, avoid speed bumps haha and steep driveways take an angle at some uneven surfaces
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Old 04-15-2013, 05:42 PM   #38
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Yea I got an exhaust for it some magnaflow magnapacks stock pipes were just too quiet. The saleen style rims or cobra rims I was gonna swap out the center cap with a gt one from american muscle, just like the style of them. Chrome is a definite though.

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The hnr springs are nice but too low and expensive compared to rest. I looked at the ford racing and I dont think it'll lower it enough.
If you go with the Ford Racing springs you can always remove the isolators to get an extra . 25"-.5" of drop. I removed the front isolators from my Race springs and that put me at about 1.5" lower in front and 1" in the rear.
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Old 04-15-2013, 05:45 PM   #39
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You will experience more scraping than normal, avoid speed bumps haha and steep driveways take an angle at some uneven surfaces
How much lowered is yours
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How much lowered is yours
Not lowered at all I have Sr springs awaiting installation thou I'm just speaking from some buddies experiences
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Oh ok
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