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Finally got her powered. May be to low?
 

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Looks great to me. It's never too low unless you're someone who starts smacking curbs. I've passed on lowering mine so far because I've always had the habbit of parking over the curb, so if my front end was any lower I'd probably jack it up. Old habbit I've had long before I got my mustang :( sad story, I know.
 

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Looks good but not low enough still got a gap in the front.

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Meant the rear
 

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Thanx . Still will probably look better wit hubcentric wheel spacers front and back. Huh
 

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that looks great. i would leave it just as is unless the wheels bother you being tucked under a bit.

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how low did you go anyway?
 

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Looks good. What you lowered with? I'd say it's a tad bit too low but it's not bad. I approve :)
I got the sportlines from eibach f 1.7 r2.3 . Seemed like a good spring to go wit since i wanted her to sit on her shoes nice and eaven f r.
 

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Did you just do springs and nothing else? I was looking at those. How is the ride?

I think it looks good
 

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Sportlines plus a panhard bar and eibach camber kit bolts
 

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By theway it rides excell. It rides like its stock but no body roll or nose dive andnot harsh at all
 
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