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Old 07-31-2015, 11:26 PM   #36
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the sportlines look really nice I want to run them on my 14 with oem dampers, I've heard they hold up for quite a while anyone with that experience? with a proper alignment and panhard bar/camber bolts ofcourse
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the sportlines look really nice I want to run them on my 14 with oem dampers, I've heard they hold up for quite a while anyone with that experience? with a proper alignment and panhard bar/camber bolts ofcourse

I haven't had an issue with them what so ever. All I did was install the springs and a panhard bar.. Along with doing an alignment. I did not do camber bolts. I just recently installed LCA's and relo brackets


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I've had my Sportlines for 6000 miles and they are great.
I've now installed the Whiteline LCA's, UCA with BMR poly carrier bearing along with a 1 piece aluminum drive shaft from Shaftmasters and have had the Whiteline adjustable Pan Hard bar on since I lowered it.
I've now changed tires and wheels from the TrakPak wheels to the OE 14 GT500 TrakPak wheels with F1's. Also put in the Whiteline trans mount and Blowfish shifter mount/driveline hoop. I've also installed the OE GT500 rear rotors on the Mustang plus put the OE 14 GT500 twin tip mufflers on.........and an Iso reservoir for the clutch.........splitting it off the master cyclinder.
I am now looking to replace the struts with coilovers although I haven't decided which direction to go.
I did lower the Mustang last year, had the alignment check and although I was on the high side of factory spec for caster and minimum side of the spec on camber the tires have been wearing evenly in the past 6000 miles and haven't touched the alignment since the day I lowered it. I just don't believe the camber bolts are safe...IMHO
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nice, I think I'm gonna go for it, as long as they last a year or so to save up for some dampers. I heard I could probably get around 30k miles with the oem ones, that should be plenty of time. And my wife works at Ford, so she's got the hook up on the install and alignment lol. Nice set up man thanks.
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the sportlines look really nice I want to run them on my 14 with oem dampers, I've heard they hold up for quite a while anyone with that experience? with a proper alignment and panhard bar/camber bolts ofcourse
I have helped lower 5 Mustangs including mine, 2-2011's, 2-14's and 1-13 and none were out of factory Ford spec on alignment. If you have an iPhone go to the app store and buy the iAlign App..............it's cheap and it does work. Check you alignment before you head to alignment shop. If you come out with the front end out of alignment at 2 degrees camber I would suggest getting camber/caster plates.........................please do not use the camber bolts!
Yes they are very cheap and also much less metal and smaller diameter than the factory bolts and an accident waiting to happen. At best they are a band-aid.
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I'm not looking to go as low as Sportlines.

Torn between Steeda sports or BMRs. Car is a daily driver and already have koni oranges waiting in boxes.
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I'm not looking to go as low as Sportlines.

Torn between Steeda sports or BMRs. Car is a daily driver and already have koni oranges waiting in boxes.
A friend has an 11 that we lowered and he used Eibach Prolines..................when I lowered mine and our cars were side by side you can really see the difference.
It's your car and your money.................
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