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Old 05-26-2013, 03:08 PM   #1
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Which control arms should I get for my mustang, which brands are better?
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Yellow ones. I like yellow.

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But seriously, what do you do with your car? I'm guessing no drag racing as its a V6, more information is necessary here.
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Mostly street use, but I do want to bring it to a drag strip eventually.

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It's my daily driver at the moment.
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You want to carve some corners then with some occasional strip use. I don't know 10-14' but someone else will jump in now that they have the info I'm sure. Have fun with your rear grip.
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you only need control arms if you got wheel spin: usually gears cai and tune will get you wheel spin. I went with whiteline lower and upper control arms and they make a major dofference
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All I have right now is the 73mm throttle body but eventually I want to get a CAI, 3.73 gears and other minor performance upgrades.
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All I have right now is the 73mm throttle body but eventually I want to get a CAI, 3.73 gears and other minor performance upgrades.
U wont get real wheel hop with cai or tune. Its the gears that will cause wheel hop n spin. Thats when u buy LCA and UCA both adjustable of course. I have J&M and Eibach parts.
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On americanmuscle.com the eibach control arms are adjustable but the j&m doesn't say anything about being adjustable
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Adjustable control arms are only necessary if you lower your car and don't add relocation brackets. If you lower your car, you could use one piece control arms and relocation brackets. You wouldn't need adjustable control arms then.
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