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Old 05-07-2013, 07:56 AM   #1
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Springs and Fogs

So I have a little money saved up, not much ha, but I was looking at some springs to drop the car. The H&R Super Sport Springs seem to have great reviews and seem popular. I was just wondering if anyone had some personal experience with them. If so, how was the ride after installing these? Also, did you get the caster camber plates? I've heard from some that you need it if it's more than a certain drop and everything.

For future interest, anyone have the yellow fogs offered through American Muscle? I think they would look nice on a black car, just can't really tell from the pic on the website what it would actually look like. Thanks in advance
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You won't need cc plates. But you will need to get camber bolts, they are easy to instal and fixes your camber. The fogs I don't really like them imo. I haven't seen them in person but I think regular or hids look better.
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I have H&Rs and i love them, good ride and a mean stance
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So I have a little money saved up, not much ha, but I was looking at some springs to drop the car. The H&R Super Sport Springs seem to have great reviews and seem popular. I was just wondering if anyone had some personal experience with them. If so, how was the ride after installing these? Also, did you get the caster camber plates? I've heard from some that you need it if it's more than a certain drop and everything.

For future interest, anyone have the yellow fogs offered through American Muscle? I think they would look nice on a black car, just can't really tell from the pic on the website what it would actually look like. Thanks in advance
I can definitely help you out with both of these questions! I ran the H&R Super Sport springs on my 2004 Mach 1 and loved them. They didn't ride to rough or bouncy and they have a great stance! I didn't install Caster Camber plates, just got the car re-aligned!

Also, I ran our Yellow fog lights on the car. They looked really sharp and were extremely easy to install!

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You won't need cc plates. But you will need to get camber bolts, they are easy to instal and fixes your camber. The fogs I don't really like them imo. I haven't seen them in person but I think regular or hids look better.
Good to know! Where did you get the camber bolts?

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I can definitely help you out with both of these questions! I ran the H&R Super Sport springs on my 2004 Mach 1 and loved them. They didn't ride to rough or bouncy and they have a great stance! I didn't install Caster Camber plates, just got the car re-aligned!

Also, I ran our Yellow fog lights on the car. They looked really sharp and were extremely easy to install!

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future. Our Mustang Experts are here Monday-Friday from 9AM-9PM EST and Saturdays from 9AM-5:30PM EST. If you want to hit them up, their number is 866.727.1266. I can also have one of them call you directly.

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Thanks for the help! Do you have any pictures of the yellow fogs on your car? Does anyone have any real pictures of them on their car?
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I've got the H&R SS kit. It doesn't need CC plates, just a good alignment. My tire shop had it done within half an hour and got it perfectly aligned.
The stance is amazing. I replaced my isos and ended to pulling the fronts out to drop the front a bit and rake the stance.
As far as yellow fogs, it's not my taste, but I haven't seen it in person.
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I have yellow fogs and it looks amazing.. Instead of buying whole new lights I just bought yellow tint off eBay and did it with a buddy of mine.. This isn't a clear picture from an away distance but it looks real good in person and from a distance..

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I have the H&R SS's and got the MM CC kit. I also replaced my shocks / struts at the same time.

The ride is good. No complaints. It is a pretty big drop though and with my Roush bumper I scrape a lot of places.

However, it looks awesome. Perfect stance I think.

I have some pictures in my garage of mine with the springs.
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