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Old 06-24-2012, 10:21 PM   #1
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SR performance lowering springs

I'm thinking of buying these but I'm not sure if I'd have to get other suspension parts now or could I do it bit by bit?
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I'm thinking of buying these but I'm not sure if I'd have to get other suspension parts now or could I do it bit by bit?
What's your budget?
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I don't really have a lot to throw at it right now, but my suspension seems really worn out. I'm at about 120k miles
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I don't really have a lot to throw at it right now, but my suspension seems really worn out. I'm at about 120k miles
I use my car as a daily driver and I hate my suspension hahaha. It's way too harsh. I went with tein springs 2' drop and tokico d-spec adjustable dampeners. I wish I was thinking before I got it all. I have a bunch of other bits under there but I just wish I saved up and it coilovers so I wouldn't bottom out and have all this suspension droop.
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I can hardly go over speed bumps at stock height currently, so I was just thinking it's a bit old and worn out. I saw these springs on AM they were just a $100 cheaper than the others so I was kinda iffy on em
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i just bought some, should be here next thursday. i can let you know how they are before you buy them if you want to wait. all the reviews ive seen were good, thats why i went with them.
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i just bought some, should be here next thursday. i can let you know how they are before you buy them if you want to wait. all the reviews ive seen were good, thats why i went with them.
That would be great, thanks. I'm hoping that even with a drop they'd keep me off speed bumps, can't keep breaking my exhaust lol
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i think its only an inch and a half drop
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i think its only an inch and a half drop
Yeah, that's what I'm aiming for, but stock I broke a hanger. I've driven over that same speed bump in other mustangs with less miles and had no problems.
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ihavent had that issue, its sounds like your exhaust is worn out lime you said. even with the drop you should be fine. ill test it over the huge speed bump weve got down the road.
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ihavent had that issue, its sounds like your exhaust is worn out lime you said. even with the drop you should be fine. ill test it over the huge speed bump weve got down the road.
Well hopefully it'll work out. Thanks for the help
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just got the front onee installed, didnt have ime for the rear yet, will probably do them tomorrow. what a WORLD of difference. so much stiffer, very little body roll, much better handling and just the right amount of drop. i highly recommend them, especially for the price.
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just got the front onee installed, didnt have ime for the rear yet, will probably do them tomorrow. what a WORLD of difference. so much stiffer, very little body roll, much better handling and just the right amount of drop. i highly recommend them, especially for the price.
That's just what I wanted to hear
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