the c springs come with a dead coil in the rear and most people cut it to lower the rear more because uncut they barely lower the rear.
its not that hard, i took them out in about 1 hour. here is what i did: 1)jack up one side and put a jack stand on the frame then remove wheel 2)now...
i didnt notice a bad ride quality, it rides just the same to me. the only thing it might be worse on is if you hit a really big pot hole. i dont...
i just went out and measured and it dropped the front a 1/2 inch from removing the top isolators.:hail2:
well i fixed the stance today by removing the top isolators. damn those things are like an inch thick. now that i removed them the stance is perfect....
or you can do like i did and use a hacksaw but it takes forever
its not really higher in the front its just the angle of my driveway and partly because i have two different sizes tires. in the back i have 275/40...
i think those would work good with those springs
I got lakewood shocks on the back and the stock struts on the front. Yep I hope the front just settles a tad more and I'll be happy.
I finally got my c springs put in yesterday. It took me about 6 hours and it was the first time I've ever worked on any suspension. I cut the rear...
Sir, yes, sir :rolleyes:
With just an aftermarket plenum I'd say 5-10 rwhp.
Yeah dont listen to that clown, they make your car handle better, not worse.
I hear ya, my front bumper sucks a$$. It has all kinds of rock chips, pitting, etc. I guess this is a good excuse to get an 01 cobra bumper. :)
it says bbk on the box :)
I think most people get around 20%, even though its not legal :p . I have 5% on my car :)
maybe a hissing noise is normal, but not a grinding and whining.
his sig says sct programmer, so maybe it is tuned.
yeah the mustang dyno reads lower, the numbers would be 10-15hp higher on a dynojet.