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Old 01-10-2016, 12:27 PM   #36
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I would call Kelly from BMR, he is an expert on all Mustangs. Tell him your goals and he will advise everything that you need! He won't try to up sell things that you don't need. Look into your Roush some man, I am not 100% sure on everything you have based on year. I know Roush did not upgrade your LCA's, they are stock GT ones in 2014 (mine), I changed to BMR top notch ones. I think you have upgraded upper control arms, not sure though. Kelly should answer all of this I imagine. At some point yes you will need an adjustable panhard, BMR makes a few. The adjustable Sway bar was a great upgrade as well. I talked back and forth with BMR and Steeda to decide what I needed for what I used the car for, and then went with mostly BMR products and a few Steeda as well. Obviously Roush upgrades some of the suspension (which greatly reduced wheel hop) but not all. Both companies will give discount cods based on what your ordering, just ask them. You should get 10%

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I would call Kelly from BMR, he is an expert on all Mustangs. Tell him your goals and he will advise everything that you need! He won't try to up sell things that you don't need. Look into your Roush some man, I am not 100% sure on everything you have based on year. I know Roush did not upgrade your LCA's, they are stock GT ones in 2014 (mine), I changed to BMR top notch ones. I think you have upgraded upper control arms, not sure though. Kelly should answer all of this I imagine. At some point yes you will need an adjustable panhard, BMR makes a few. The adjustable Sway bar was a great upgrade as well. I talked back and forth with BMR and Steeda to decide what I needed for what I used the car for, and then went with mostly BMR products and a few Steeda as well. Obviously Roush upgrades some of the suspension (which greatly reduced wheel hop) but not all. Both companies will give discount cods based on what your ordering, just ask them. You should get 10%

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I have heard nothing but GREAT things about Watts link as well, if you really want good bang for your buck as for suspension upgrade anyways

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Thanks. I have some shopping to do. I will call first thing tomorrow. I will keep u posted.


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Old 01-10-2016, 03:34 PM   #40
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Still not sure how offsets are calculated and what it means as I haven't done much research. Would a 18x11 wheel work with a range of +23 to +53 (rear)?


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Hey paisano...
I suggest you do some research to get an idea what offset and backspacing is all about. There are numerous sites that explain it. Here's one ... Wheel Backspacing at Tire Rack
I was looking for what I thought might be one of the better ones and came across this very interesting item. It's a Percy 01201 WheelRite Wheel and Tire Simulator. It cost between $75 and $90. I was thinking of making one. LOL
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Thinking back to an earlier post about getting an UCA. I would think your RS3 already has the "Roush anti-wheel hop kit"(UCA) installed. So unless you think you'll be adjusting for pinion angle, why change? Do you get wheel hop?
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Last time I looked roush did not say anything about installing Uca or lca . It does mention about installing jounce bumpers. Wheel hop ?!!! All I know is the tires spin violently. I'm assuming there is wheel hop because in assuming the control arms are oem parts.


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Hey paisano...
I suggest you do some research to get an idea what offset and backspacing is all about. There are numerous sites that explain it. Here's one ... Wheel Backspacing at Tire Rack
I was looking for what I thought might be one of the better ones and came across this very interesting item. It's a Percy 01201 WheelRite Wheel and Tire Simulator. It cost between $75 and $90. I was thinking of making one. LOL
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That's a neat contraption. That would make my life easier


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Last time I looked roush did not say anything about installing Uca or lca . It does mention about installing jounce bumpers. Wheel hop ?!!! All I know is the tires spin violently. I'm assuming there is wheel hop because in assuming the control arms are oem parts.


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Yeah...I was looking at the later Roush packages that included it. Just looking at what was included in the '12's they don't mention it.
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Wheel hop is pretty distinct, you would be able to feel it no doubt and you would recognize it for sure. My 13 and 14 Roush both had the anti wheel hop kit, I am not sure about the 12. Neither had upgraded LCA's, the BMR ones are great!
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Old 01-21-2016, 11:35 AM   #46
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Ordered lca and bracket from AM. 💪🏼


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Sell it and go GM. Trust me ford is overrated and expensive and still just not all that fun.
Keep the car how it is and get another toy.

Lsx 383, 408, 416 only way to go.


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Fuk yea!!!!!


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Now wheels and tires then it'll start hooking up!
Alright, I need to get my relocation brackets.


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Now wheels and tires then it'll start hooking up!
Alright, I need to get my relocation brackets.


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Then il burn dust and people can eat my rubber lmao


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I think NEXT should be a picture of those items ON the car.

Oh BTW I made my tire fit simulator. Haven't tried it yet though.
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I think NEXT should be a picture of those items ON the car.



Oh BTW I made my tie fit simulator. Haven't tried it yet though.

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Bravo!!! Let me know how u make out with it. I'm curious


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Bravo!!! Let me know how u make out with it. I'm curious


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Well I won't be trying it until I switch back to my summer tires.
I'd like to try simulating various wheel/tire sizes and offset requirements, required to make it work. Then document my findings.
I've been saving people's comments relative to their actual fit experiences (rub/no rub, lowered, & offsets). But they generally don't mention their offsets.
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So I'm still undecided about wheel/ tires... Main focus is hooking. Does anyone have nitto invos? There's a wheel tire combo from AM. 305/30/19. Wheels e 19x11.


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$1600 for a conversion kit? I'd spend my money elsewhere man.


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I agree, the older style tail lights are hideous! But damn, that is WAY more then I thought it would cost to change. Doesn't raxiom make a cheaper version? As for wheels....They look good, what exactly are you getting, size etc. I see 19's...width? Tire? Personally if I had the money I would go Vossen CV3's without a doubt, but they are slightly more. I love the concave look on rear. You know if you call they will give 6% off right?
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I agree, the older style tail lights are hideous! But damn, that is WAY more then I thought it would cost to change. Doesn't raxiom make a cheaper version? As for wheels....They look good, what exactly are you getting, size etc. I see 19's...width? Tire? Personally if I had the money I would go Vossen CV3's without a doubt, but they are slightly more. I love the concave look on rear. You know if you call they will give 6% off right?

Wanna stay away from raxiom. Hear a lot of negatives. Wheels 19x11 rear 19x9 front. Nittos invos rear 305 30 front 255 40 I wanted 11 inch wheels in 19s that's what made my decision easier on these. Coupon codes!!!!!


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I agree, the older style tail lights are hideous! But damn, that is WAY more then I thought it would cost to change. Doesn't raxiom make a cheaper version? As for wheels....They look good, what exactly are you getting, size etc. I see 19's...width? Tire? Personally if I had the money I would go Vossen CV3's without a doubt, but they are slightly more. I love the concave look on rear. You know if you call they will give 6% off right?

Vossen doesn't offer 11 inch wheel...at least On AM. Also I want black and they don't come in black.


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I hear ya man, Vossen are also BIG $, overpriced but I still want them! have you checked out Steeda's wheels? They sort of look like RTR drift style. They come in black and 11's in rear w/ Nitto's, pretty cheap after 10% discount code, maybe 2300 for set w/ TPMS. I almost bought them, but like the factory look more. Hence trying to save for Vossens, old school for me.
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Can you buy a used set of 13-14 taillights and buy the little plastic insert to fill the gap for much cheaper?


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