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Old 02-08-2013, 09:23 AM   #1
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P Springs Ford Racing Mixed Review

I have read a lot, but havent asked for anyone here with a before and after measure, supposedly they drop 1" BUT! I have read mixed review about .05 in the front and 3/4 in the back, so which one is it?
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I know the p springs drop .5 on the boss 302 since they are a little lower.
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Dropped pretty close to 1" all around on mine
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Dropped pretty close to 1" all around on mine
I'm looking at springs for my 13' and am torn between the P's or K's. My question is for the more subtle 1" drop, do you still need the bar (forget the name of the bar)?
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Panhard......and it's not a huge issue if you don't run one. Yes the rear is gonna be a tad off but most people won't even notice.
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Panhard......and it's not a huge issue if you don't run one. Yes the rear is gonna be a tad off but most people won't even notice.
Thanks. I'll prob get one regardless. If nothing else for peace of mind. I'd want to do it right.
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I'm looking at springs for my 13' and am torn between the P's or K's. My question is for the more subtle 1" drop, do you still need the bar (forget the name of the bar)?
You don't need it, but after careful inspection I saw that my rear axle was still about a half inch off, so I got the adjustable PHB and noticed a decent difference in chassis rigidity as well
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I just got the k springs and it was about 1 whole inch off center before adjusting the bmr pan hard
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No panhard option is just my opinion but everyone is right about the rear being off center. Its one of the last things on my list being that its not a DD.
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No panhard option is just my opinion but everyone is right about the rear being off center. Its one of the last things on my list being that its not a DD.
I've never lowered a car, but seems to me tires would wear funny.
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I've never lowered a car, but seems to me tires would wear funny.
The Panhard just re-centers the rear and adds stiffness.
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