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Old 01-20-2014, 02:12 AM   #1
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Hey guys so im going to change my suspension and i love how slammed cars look, but hate going sideways over everything that isnt flat. What do you all think of Ridetech's Air Suspension, how would it look? I want a little better than stock performance, and that stanced look without stanced problems. I know not many of us Mustang guys have done this because Muscle guys care more about power, and suspension for track use(which this car will never see). Thanks for youre replies ahead of time
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Well it would look exactly how you want it to. I've thought of bagging my car but never really went ahead with the idea. I've heard of a lot of guys using RideTech with their classic cars so I would assume they're good for the newer cars. CJPony parts sells their kits
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Well it would look exactly how you want it to. I've thought of bagging my car but never really went ahead with the idea. I've heard of a lot of guys using RideTech with their classic cars so I would assume they're good for the newer cars. CJPony parts sells their kits

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I have Air Lift Performance air suspension on my 2005 and I love it. Take it to the track and beat on it then drive home in comfort! Let me know if you have any questions I can help you out with!
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Just got mine on the road, no ridetech or airlift kits, however for the price and labor that went into my one off struts and rear suspension i do suggest buying a kit lol. But i you go that route you can save some money if you know what you are doing
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