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Old 06-27-2013, 10:11 AM   #36
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Im lowerd on eibach prokit with panhard bar and LCA... You dont really notice the rear being out until you add new rims and wider tires.. Thats when you will notice it... My ride quality is still comfortable with the eibach prokit
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Not arguing that at all. I just PERSONALLY don't want their parts on my car. Not trying to steer anybody else away from them though. And you are 100% correct in regards to the way they handled the situation. They proved that they are committed to providing good quality products for their customers. Again, i personally just prefer BMR. Mainly being because, whiteline is pretty new to the mustang world and i dont have any "real life" experience with their parts. I have had alot of BMR parts on past cars, without ever having a single problem. My philosophy is, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Agreed with the BMR thing, I love their parts and I wouldn't hesitate to put any BMR or UPR parts on my car
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Old 06-27-2013, 10:16 AM   #38
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Eh, IMO that's not a fair judgement. WL came out and admitted that there was an issue and is replacing all the failed components with a more sturdy piece at no charge to their customers. I don't base a company on how well they handle success but rather how they handle adversity. They admitted they were wrong and are making it right. They have been making performance suspension for quite some time for many different cars. They know their stuff
Well I agree, but here's my issue. A uca install costs more than the uca itself in some cases, so what about the people who paid for an install and now have to pay for another? I'm sure whiteline isn't going to front that bill. I still like whiteline though, and I would totally give them another chance.
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Agreed with the BMR thing, I love their parts and I wouldn't hesitate to put any BMR or UPR parts on my car
I have some experience with UPR, and i agree, they make top quality stuff as well. I would put UPR products on my car any day as well.

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Well I agree, but here's my issue. A uca install costs more than the uca itself in some cases, so what about the people who paid for an install and now have to pay for another? I'm sure whiteline isn't going to front that bill. I still like whiteline though, and I would totally give them another chance.
Very good point. I install all my stuff personally, but im sure a lot of people out there don't. And like you said, a UCA install isnt the easiest thing in the world to do, and can probably get pretty pricey.
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Well I agree, but here's my issue. A uca install costs more than the uca itself in some cases, so what about the people who paid for an install and now have to pay for another? I'm sure whiteline isn't going to front that bill. I still like whiteline though, and I would totally give them another chance.
Yea, it's a shame. However I don't know that WL is legally bound to anything, so the fact they're doing anything at all is good.
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Yea, it's a shame. However I don't know that WL is legally bound to anything, so the fact they're doing anything at all is good.
Yeah that's true.
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Ended up going with the GoPro Hero. Just not enough Bandwidth for Dropping.

Sounds similar to boost. All or nothing, not something to piece meal. Understand that it's pay to play so I made the responsible decision.
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Ended up going with the GoPro Hero. Just not enough Bandwidth for Dropping.

Sounds similar to boost. All or nothing, not something to piece meal. Understand that it's pay to play so I made the responsible decision.
Fair enough. Plenty of people piece together their suspension, as long as you do everything in a fairly short span, you're not going to hurt anything. You just may not have the nicest quality ride for that period of time haha. I personally just think its a waste of time to do the same job multiple times.
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Ended up going with the GoPro Hero. Just not enough Bandwidth for Dropping.

Sounds similar to boost. All or nothing, not something to piece meal. Understand that it's pay to play so I made the responsible decision.
U made the right decision, if u wanna do it right gather the correct parts and have some nice wheels lined up and do all at once when your ready
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Old 06-27-2013, 05:45 PM   #45
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Here is a trick that will straighten the fronts up. Take your shocks out to put in your springs, but when you put the fronts back in, flip the shock bolt position 180 degrees. The arrow will face the other way. The 2 bolts tha were closer to the fender will be along the engine bay and vice versa.

And I have a brand new Panhard Bar in the box if you need.

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And let me know if you need rims.
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Here is a trick that will straighten the fronts up. Take your shocks out to put in your springs, but when you put the fronts back in, flip the shock bolt position 180 degrees. The arrow will face the other way. The 2 bolts tha were closer to the fender will be along the engine bay and vice versa.

And I have a brand new Panhard Bar in the box if you need.

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And let me know if you need rims.
I got rims. But what kind of panhard bar do you have.
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Old 07-05-2013, 03:27 PM   #48
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I ended up going with Vogtland lowering springs. They are perfect IMO. .8 inch front. 1.2 inch in the back. I did a lot of research before getting these, and only read good reviews. Vogtland manufacturers springs for nascar (from what i read).

I also took into consideration that I was putting a 3" exhaust on, going from 2 3/4 stock. If you lower the car more than an inch or 2 you may find that you get rattling from the exhaust.

These fit my situation the best, and handle wonderful! No added noise or adjustments needed. I only put on a pan hard bar because it was only like $150.

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Yeah. I'm going for lower. I order eibach sportlines which are a decent drop (can't remember the exact drop) and koni shocks and struts, mm camber plates and panhard bar. Suppose to all be here Tuesday. So I'll let y'all know.
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I lowered mine 1.7 in the front and 1.9 in the rear with H&R Super Sport springs , I wanted that ultra low look and I got it , my mustang looks awesome now and I'm very happy with the look. H&R are made in Germany and are high quality springs this gave me a very agressive stance with my 20" bullitt staggered rims and TOYO tire package.
Next I'll be adding Koni fully adjustable racing shocks.
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Yeah. I'm going for lower. I order eibach sportlines which are a decent drop (can't remember the exact drop) and koni shocks and struts, mm camber plates and panhard bar. Suppose to all be here Tuesday. So I'll let y'all know.
Sounds like a good setup. Very similar to mine. You will love the konis, and the mm plates are a great quality part.

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I lowered mine 1.7 in the front and 1.9 in the rear with H&R Super Sport springs , I wanted that ultra low look and I got it , my mustang looks awesome now and I'm very happy with the look. H&R are made in Germany and are high quality springs this gave me a very agressive stance with my 20" bullitt staggered rims and TOYO tire package.
Next I'll be adding Koni fully adjustable racing shocks.
Looks good. Bet the ride is pretty harsh on stock dampeners though. Better get those konis quick haha
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Sounds like a good setup. Very similar to mine. You will love the konis, and the mm plates are a great quality part.

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Looks good. Bet the ride is pretty harsh on stock dampeners though. Better get those konis quick haha
Wellllll.... I went with pretty much everything you and Mikey told me. So if I like it. Thank you. If it sucks. Well.
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Wellllll.... I went with pretty much everything you and Mikey told me. So if I like it. Thank you. If it sucks. Well.
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Hahaha fair enough. Ive never heard a bad thing about the konis, or the mm plates. Unfortunately i dont have any hands on experience with the springs you got. Cant go wrong with eibach tho. What panhard bar did you get?
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Hahaha fair enough. Ive never heard a bad thing about the konis, or the mm plates. Unfortunately i dont have any hands on experience with the springs you got. Cant go wrong with eibach tho. What panhard bar did you get?
Whiteline adj. due to sound. Which I have been told theirs none with it.
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Whiteline adj. due to sound. Which I have been told theirs none with it.
Thats cool. Yeah I've heard whiteline is quite quit as well. Just wouldn't recommend their UCA until the new designed piece comes out haha.
You doing the install yourself??
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Thats cool. Yeah I've heard whiteline is quite quit as well. Just wouldn't recommend their UCA until the new designed piece comes out haha.
You doing the install yourself??
Sure as hell gunna try. Me and a friend that has air tools on his work truck.

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And yeah. Uca and lca will probably be next. But don't they have to have the suspension "loaded" for correct install.

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And do I have to have brackets for both??
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Sure as hell gunna try. Me and a friend that has air tools on his work truck.

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And yeah. Uca and lca will probably be next. But don't they have to have the suspension "loaded" for correct install.
Its cake with air tools, just let us know if you have any questions. Lcas dont need to be under load as long as you get non adjustable. You just need to torque them down under load which is easy to do. As far as the uca goes, yes, in order to set your correct pinion angle the rear needs to be under load. Just place jackstands on the rear axle.
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Its cake with air tools, just let us know if you have any questions. Lcas dont need to be under load as long as you get non adjustable. You just need to torque them down under load which is easy to do. As far as the uca goes, yes, in order to set your correct pinion angle the rear needs to be under load. Just place jackstands on the rear axle.
Good to know. Glad to have people like you on this forum. You've helped a lot.
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Good to know. Glad to have people like you on this forum. You've helped a lot.
Anytime man. Im no pro, but i have picked up a lot on here myself. Kinda went through the exact same scenario you did with the konis, so i get how overwhelming it can be when it comes to suspension at first. This part will work with this part, but this part wont work with this part yadda yadda yadda. Gets very confusing. Wait until you install it all though, soon you will be schooling somebody about the same thing haha.
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Anytime man. Im no pro, but i have picked up a lot on here myself. Kinda went through the exact same scenario you did with the konis, so i get how overwhelming it can be when it comes to suspension at first. This part will work with this part, but this part wont work with this part yadda yadda yadda. Gets very confusing. Wait until you install it all though, soon you will be schooling somebody about the same thing haha.
I hope to one day pass on my knowledge. Haha
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Sounds like a good setup. Very similar to mine. You will love the konis, and the mm plates are a great quality part.

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Looks good. Bet the ride is pretty harsh on stock dampeners though. Better get those konis quick haha

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Bring it to VA. Ill help ya. You buy the beer haha

One question though.... How much HP does the dog get ya??
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Dynoed at 517hp with dog as my only mod. So yeah. Best bang for your buck.
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Damn. Need to get myself one of those! Lol. When you doing the install?
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Damn. Need to get myself one of those! Lol. When you doing the install?
Behind at work so probably working 7 straight this week. But next weekend is my birthday and I took off. So hopefully next weekend
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Behind at work so probably working 7 straight this week. But next weekend is my birthday and I took off. So hopefully next weekend
Good deal. Well good luck, let us know if u need any help!
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Lol. Her spoiled @$$ has to many bones as is.
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Hey guys. Starting my suspension upgrade around 830 tomorrow morning. I was thinking I'd be able to pull up the install guides on AM. But I was wrong. For everything. So is it pretty self explanatory. Doing shock struts camber plates panhard bar springs. Any help is much appreciated.
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