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Old 03-21-2013, 08:15 AM   #36
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Kits and individual parts and professional advice when you need it.-*-
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One thing I learned early was to have my Mustang shop help with alignments. They can adjust bumpsteer kits in minutes as apposed to multiple hours at a regular alignment shop, it's what they do day in & day out, nothing but Mustangs.
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Kits and individual parts and professional advice when you need it.-*-
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One thing I learned early was to have my Mustang shop help with alignments. They can adjust bumpsteer kits in minutes as apposed to multiple hours at a regular alignment shop, it's what they do day in & day out, nothing but Mustangs.
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For a smooth ride I would recommend the Koni STRT as well as BMR springs. You will need the GT500 mounts to go with it. I would then also replace the LCA's and get some LCA relocation brackets. All of these combined will create much better handling while maintaining a smooth and comfortable ride on the street as will great increase launching capabilities. Feel free to PM me if you have more specific, or any other questions about it.
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how much would all that cost?
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Old 03-21-2013, 12:20 PM   #40
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More than the eibach I'm sure
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