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Old 02-26-2014, 04:36 PM   #1
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Getting the right springs

Hey everyone, i own a 2014 gt mustang an have done only a few things so far. Roush ab, tint, lower control arms, roush hood scoop, and lastly the street scene generation 2 chin spoiler. I am worried about clearance as it is with this new chin spoiler but im aching for more handling. Is there some lowering springs that i could get that won't make me scuff the bottom every time? Thanks! P.s if there is another build route i could go without lowering my car please let me know what you did, thanks again
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steeda sports are only supposed to lower the front 1" and 1.25 the rear"
from what i hear they also ride very well and make it handle A LOT better

koni orange struts are another option, they would lower your car 19mm on stock springs.
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you can try the ford racing N-springs, there 1.25" all the way around. If you don't mind me asking how much did you pay for that chin spoiler?
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Old 02-27-2014, 12:41 AM   #4
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I paid around 200 for it. Look up stage3motorsports.com. Shipping is a bit longer then i wished and the paint job i heard is pretty extensive to this piece. But surely makes ur car stand out from the crowd
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Old 02-27-2014, 12:51 AM   #5
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Ah i will surely look into the steeda sport springs. As for my chin spoiler you can buy it at stage3motorsports.com. It may take a little while to ship and take extra time to get it ready for paint but in my opinion it is surely worth it and makes your car stand out!
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The only reason I'm asking is because I have a stillen chin spoiler and it looks like a replica of yours, I also paid $200 for it and ford painted it for another $120
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Blow by racing is selling springs, struts, shocks for under $400. The drop is less than an inch all around though if you are looking for a mild drop.
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Blow by racing is selling springs, struts, shocks for under $400. The drop is less than an inch all around though if you are looking for a mild drop.
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Under 400? Wow thats a steal, i cant find that price haha
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Yeah. It's the old 2005-2010 foose mustang setup. I had to buy gt500 strut mounts to make it work on my 14' gt. The drop is less than one inch but I replaced my sway bars too and it feels awesome.
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Here is the link. http://www.blowbyracing.com/bbrahapa20.html
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