I've recently ordered a few things to try and get my 2011 gt
a bit lower then its stock (4x4) look out of the way and give it the aggressive look I used to have with my New Edge Roush. I've been skimming for awhile now in the back grounds trying to figure out what all I needed to get to get this drop I want and to do it the right way. Well any ways today I went ahead and got a few things. I orders BMR's upper control arm mount, BMR upper adjustable control arm, BMR lower control arm brackets, BMR lower control arms (spherical bearing axle side), BMR (spherical bearing heim joints) adjustable panhard bar, and BC Racing BR Coilovers. Hopefully I can now lower the car and really get rid of those fender gaps once and for all and not have to worry about it. I was wonder if it was necessary to get panhard bar relocation brackets and sway bar relocation brackets when lowering the S197 platform this low.
Not going for the Hella Flush look but very minimal fender gap to no fender gap if possible.
Oxford White Roush Stage 1 SN# 6925--SOLD but never forgotten!
Kona Blue GT premium - Slammed on BC's and BMR's full rear suspension