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Old 06-28-2015, 08:01 AM   #1
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So i finally get the tuner. The thing everyone needs.
What should be my next mod? Or replacment?

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Gears, subframe connectors, suspension, brakes, engine bolt ons, take your pick. There is no shortage of things to modify on a mustang. Though I personally would do some work on the suspension and brakes first.


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Gears, subframe connectors, suspension, brakes, engine bolt ons, take your pick. There is no shortage of things to modify on a mustang. Though I personally would do some work on the suspension and brakes first.


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Im just trying to get a general idea where i should go next.


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Get the full exhaust done first ... You will love to hear her purr every morning



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Get the full exhaust done first ... You will love to hear her purr every morning



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Something i was considering.
Kooks long tube headers
Kooks off road x pipe
And bassani, borla, slp catback.


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Muffler change, then full suspension.


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Muffler change, then full suspension.


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Sorry man. Im sticking with SLP. Borla catbacks..to much. And the rest im not a fan of. Except bassani.


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Sorry, I over looked your exhaust system; I thought it was still stock. But do full suspension first then everything else afterwards.


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Sorry, I over looked your exhaust system; I thought it was still stock. But do full suspension first then everything else afterwards.


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Suspension is really important. On our cars what all would i need besides camber plates, and lowering springs?


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Suspension is really important. On our cars what all would i need besides camber plates, and lowering springs?


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Subframe connectors
Lower control arms
Panhard bar
Torque arm
Springs/plates
Shocks/struts
Adjustable sway bars


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Everything suspension related.


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Subframe connectors
Lower control arms
Panhard bar
Torque arm
Springs/plates
Shocks/struts
Adjustable sway bars


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Andrew has it spot on if you were autoX your car. You can get SFC, MM lower control arms, good springs CC plates,a set of Koni Streets and new sway bars. Everything above is about 1300 or less shipped if you shop around. This would be a significant improvement. Going Torque arm and pan hard bar is a little over the top for a good street machine in my opinion. But going to the torque arm and PH bar would be an even more significant upgrade in the handling department over the others. Suspension sucks so much from the factory!!!!


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I'd suggest
410 gears
Upper control arms
Lower control arms
Lowering springs.
K&N drop in.
Find a cheap deal on plenum/70mm throttle body.

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Never do upper control arms unless you plan for snap oversteer.


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