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Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by 94TURBO5 O, Dec 31, 2005.
Got Lowering Springs?
Post up a pic with your brand and inch/drop.
Steeda Sportlines - 2" Front, 1.8" Rear
Also for sale. Let me know if interested.
u mean eibach?
Heres a pic with Steeda springs, but the car didnt have a chance to "settle" yet, as this was taken RIGHT after getting it lowered.
Maxspeed 2" Lowering Springs. They have not settled yet.
Cut stock springs (1 and 1/8th a loop, to be precise, for about 1.5" of drop).
straight from www.4wheeler.com
I didnt measure before and after to see exactly, but i think its about a 1.5" drop all around. I took all the isolators out also. Its the tokico non-adjustable setup.
Yeah Yeah, I can be retarded every once in awhile. Haha. Thanks for the correction.
got any more pics nmcgrawj? looks good!
Eibach pro, Tokico Dspecs, MM c/c plates
Great looking White Stang
I gotta ask though, WTF is up with that little strip on the door?
do you got any more pics of that spoiler on your car?
Eibach Sportlines....about 2" drop in front and 1.8" out back....handles like a dream and it doesnt even have shocks/struts or c/c plates yet!
Suspension consists of Eibach Pro-Kits (1 1/2" drop), AGX adjustable shocks, global west full subs, front tie bar, Maximum Motorsports RLCA's. Rides like a caddy, handles like a beast. Great drop IMO.
Its a door guard...to protect the door from other people hitting it with their door in the parking lot im pretty sure. My stang had them...although i took them off
here is mine with coil-overs on the front, and eibachs pro-kit rear. with metco lowers with ic brackets. it sits higher now with my coil-over avo's on the rear now
Sportlines, and she's portuguese.
Sportlines, about a 2" drop. They're soon to be for sale
Eibach prokit, with tokico 5ways. Still have the isolators. Have not measured the drop but I would says its about 1.5 all around