Am I the only one that things slammed mustangs are sexy?

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  1. justinschmidt1

    justinschmidt1 Member

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    Just curious..seems like not too many people like slammed mustangs for some reason?
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    "am i the only one who things slammed mustangs are sexy"

    do you mean "think"

    no, i love a slammed mustang....but i dont like them too low, i think anything over 2 1/2 inches is a lil too much.
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    They look great slammed, yes.

    Highly impractical for alot of us though.
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    I agree with around 2 to 2 1/2 inches is perfect.
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    No.... Mine is pretty slammed I think. Not too sure how low it is, but probably 2 1/2" lower than stock..... When the tires get near tucking though, thats TOOOO slammed IMO!!!!
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    I like slammed but can't run slammed or I will bottom out. Heck sometimes I bottom out with the FRPP B springs. So I probably would not go lower then my 1.2” that I have on my car, I wish I could.
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    your stance looks good!
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    Hell yes!! The lower the better. I think I have mine about as low as possible without being completely impractical. Does the mid-pipe scrape over speed bumps and driveway inlets? Yes, but I don't really care because I would rather drive it slammed and mess up my exhaust than ride around in a 4x4 car.

    p.s. Been dragging the **** out of my mid pipe for 6 years and don't have an exhaust leak yet (knocks on wood) only small dings and a lot of scratches.
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    depends no what you consider slammed.. but anything other than 4x4 is sexy to me

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    Well, the front of my car had 2 fingers...but when 2 people were in the front it would drop down another 1/2-1 inch and be virtually on the fender.

    I put prothan spring isolators in the front and it raised it an inch...and I hate it.

    So I dont know what im gonna do...probably remove just the upper and drop it down closer to the fender.

    I might just remove both the Iso's again..I loved the slammed look too much.

    the front generally doesnt rub much anyway...its always the rear with those damn strange drag struts.
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    bakos24 I find there is nothing better than a tasty wiener

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    That's perfect imo :drool:
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    I like them low but not to low. A few people in town have them slammed and its too much IMO. As soon as I get the 89 looking a little better springs will be the next mod on the GT.
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    i love them slammed thats y when i get my truck its gettin a 3/5 drop so i can still pull a trailer

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    SRT Handz I tripped & fell down and cut myself & got blood

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    yea, thats how mine was before I put isolators in...which I cant even remember why I wasted my time and money.

    O well, Ill probably just take them out.


    You ever notice the front drivers side wheel seems to sit closer to the back side of the fender than the front...take a look at it handz and let me know...my **** is so much farther back and it annoys the hell out of me.
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    maybe consider a higher quality spring?

    I have H&R SS w/ iso's with new shocks/struts all the way around and my car doesn't move if I have 2 people in the car. :nice:
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    mine does that on the passenger side, and yeah, it annoys the hell out of me too:mad:
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    Ive notice that us 94-98 guys have a lot of wierd things....like that, a lot of us have a little dent looking thing in the drivers side fender, and the passenger side rear tends to sit down farther I believe.
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    justinschmidt1 Member

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    dude....its a spring, not a rock. :bs::bs::bs:

    You seriously gonna sit here and act like H&R springs are so amazing that you can throw 350-400 lbs in the front of the car and struts and springs arent gonna compress at all?...what is the spring rate, 2000 lb an inch?

    Anyways, I just dont like hearing rubbing....the rear is always rubbin with my 315s when im takeing turns hard...hopefully I can avoid that when I drop down to some smaller tires.

    The front rarely ever rubbed but it has...maybe an eibach sway bar would help keep the front end from rubbing at all, even slammed?

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