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Old 12-12-2013, 10:47 AM   #1
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Does anyone have the SR springs on their 5.0? I wanna see some pics! I know the specs say a 1.5' drop all around but I wanted to know if that's what u got? I have these but now I'm thinking I might want the rear end lowered a bit more than the front to even it out some. Any info helps thanks!
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Have u got urs installed yet? Mine are on back order with AM.....
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Have u got urs installed yet? Mine are on back order with AM.....
No I haven't installed mine yet! I'm debating on keeping these or getting different springs that lower the rear a little more than the front!
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Just had mine installed yesterday, I got them when they had them for $99
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The first pic is before (obviously) and the second was taken today. Rides great, not too much harsher.
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Just had mine installed yesterday, I got them when they had them for $99
Got any side pictures? Been wondering what mine will look like with the brembo wheels
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I'll grab one in a bit an post it...
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Looks great! Have u got 19 or 18" wheels? I'm hoping the drop will make my 18's look better by filling the gap
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Looks great! Have u got 19 or 18" wheels? I'm hoping the drop will make my 18's look better by filling the gap
Those are 19's
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It's not a gt but I have the sr springs on my car
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Very nice!
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Looks really good! Thanks for the pics! Does the car look a little but more level? U know how it comes higher in the rear stock right? Does that still look the same or does it look a little but more even now that it's lowered?

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It's not a gt but I have the sr springs on my car
Looks clean!!!
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Looks really good! Thanks for the pics! Does the car look a little but more level? U know how it comes higher in the rear stock right? Does that still look the same or does it look a little but more even now that it's lowered? ---------- Post added at 05:15 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:12 PM ---------- Looks clean!!!
thanks. I haven't been able to drive her in over a month now I broke my clutch foot
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thanks. I haven't been able to drive her in over a month now I broke my clutch foot
Aw man that sucks!!! I'd be dying! Now that I have a manual I gotta take more care of my clutch foot!
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Aw man that sucks!!! I'd be dying! Now that I have a manual I gotta take more care of my clutch foot!
ya it really sucks big time
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Awesome pics! Mine are in the mail today!
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Looks really good! Thanks for the pics! Does the car look a little but more level? U know how it comes higher in the rear stock right? Does that still look the same or does it look a little but more even now that it's lowered?
Thanks, it sits even now, unlike before.
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Thanks, it sits even now, unlike before.
That's awesome! Yea it looks more even in ur pics. I'm gonna slap these on soon! Thanks!!
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You put them on yourself or pay a shop ?
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Does anyone have the SR springs on their 5.0? I wanna see some pics! I know the specs say a 1.5' drop all around but I wanted to know if that's what u got? I have these but now I'm thinking I might want the rear end lowered a bit more than the front to even it out some. Any info helps thanks!
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BTW, If the SR 1.5's are anything like the FRPP 1.5 then it will have a slight rake. I think you will like them though. They give you just the right drop IMO.
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Will SR take care if the gap I have with a 275/40 in the rear or should I take the isos off too?
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Do we need any other parts if we install the SR springs. I heard stories of rattles and sounds and that they need lower control arms?
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Thanks for the side pic man. Looks good can't wait until I can order my other suspension goodies so I can throw them on. I wanna bust it all out at once.
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I'm going with BMR spring,adjustable panhard bar, lower control arms and relocation brackets.
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