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Old 09-07-2014, 07:43 PM   #1
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Hey Everybody,
I have '14 Black GT. I have done several mods over the last year. Roush Axlebacks, Airraid Intake, Oil catch cans, Billet Grille/Foglight Relocation, Various Exterior tint and last, but not least the SVE Drifts wrapped in 275's.

All that said I am trying to figure out what the next best mod would be. I was thinking LCA's and a Panhard bar. I will eventually be going with coilovers when i have the cash to spend. Thoughts? What would be your next mod?
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Old 09-08-2014, 12:07 AM   #2
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I recently lowered mine 1inch frontt and 1.5 inch rear with the eibach pro kit and BMR panhard bar and wow what a difference it made to the overall look of the car. I do drag sometimes but we have ****ty roads here in wv. It handles 10x better just w springs and I definitely recommend doing it.


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I recently lowered mine 1inch frontt and 1.5 inch rear with the eibach pro kit and BMR panhard bar and wow what a difference it made to the overall look of the car. I do drag sometimes but we have ****ty roads here in wv. It handles 10x better just w springs and I definitely recommend doing it.


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Sorry for hi-jacking this thread, but Im considering to lower my car too. Do you need the camber plate or do the camber bolts will do just fine? What else do I need beside adjustable panhard bar and camber kit? Thanks in advance.


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All I ordered was the panhard bar from BMR and eibach springs. The guy that installed it works at ford and is a friend of mine and he said that's all I need that it
Wouldn't be out of adjustment that much so I wouldn't need camber
Bolts or plates. He recommended I drive the car for a week to let the springs settle before getting a front end alignment though.


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A lot of
People say to get new lower
Control arms and upper control arms but mine is only a partial
Daily driver so I didn't go all out. But I will be upgrading the shocks and struts as everyone(including my friend) said they'll blow out eventually
Due to stress and such.


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Thats what I was told that's why I have not lowered my car yet, especially I'm a daily driver. My stock front suspension is already making weird noise. Im bringing it in to have it checked soon. Thanks!


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No problem. My
Front tires do have some negative camber though like the top leans in a little and I read somewhere online that the camber Bolts will take care of that , not
To buy the plates unless you really plan on auto cross or road racing which I don't so either of so I think I'll get the camber bolts and try
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