Pic of lowered 99-04

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by maverick0011, Aug 8, 2006.


  1. maverick0011

    maverick0011 New Member

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    Im lowering my car and i need to see some pics of some cars so i can decide how low to go. Tell me how low you went please. Im going to cut the springs so info on that can help too.
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    why cut the springs? Ford C springs are cheap enough, and won't make your car do the ricer hop over every bump.
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    if you get c-springs you will cut 1-2 coils off eventually
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    H&R Super Sport springs

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    AmBo Active Member

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    Just get some Eibach Pro for a lower stance or H&R SSs for a slammed look. Either one new shocks and struts is highly recommended.

    Here is mine on Eibach Pros with 18" Saleens to fill it out nicely:
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    And here with 17s just so you have an idea:
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    helty some Ukrainian's enjoying a handjob via my credit

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    I'll see if I can dig up some pics of my H&R Sports
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    ambo i like......whats youre full setup........(size of saleens, tire size, what kind of springs? and do they rub)?

    thanks in advance
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    Hmmm...those 17s looks better than I thought. I'll definitely consider the 18s as more of a "final" upgrade.

    BTW, when I'm thinking lowering, am I right to consider all of the following?

    • springs
    • shocks and struts
    • caster/camber plates
    • read lower control arms

    If so, I'm going to need to do some more financial wizardry... :D

    Actually, I was considering the FRPP "G" springs, which are basically the convertible version of the "C" springs. Since they don't lower quite as much, could I get away with not doing the cc plates and LCAs?
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    only diffrence in the G and C is the rear spring rate i thought.
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    my 2000 GT with generic springs from ebay (~$100 shipped). They sold them as an Eibach Clone...

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    I know it has camber in the front, that is because I just headed off from an autocross event. THe car is on Steeda competition springs and bilstein struts, but not for long :D
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    AmBo, Are those 18's 9 and 10.5? They look great with that pro kit.
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    Sportlines....and the bullitt package of course

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    Eibach Sportlines,with maximum motorsports c&c plates,and spring iscolators.
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    Here's the info on stangsuspension.com...

    C: Spring Rating: 650 lb./in. front - 200/300 lb./in. rear (equal to our popular Steeda Sport Springs) Lowers car 1.2 inches front, 1 inch rear

    G: Spring Rating: 425/530 lb./in. front - 225-325 lb./in. rear (very close to Eibach Pro-kit specifications) Lowers car 1.5 inches front and rear.
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    Eibach Pros...

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    Ford C-Springs

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    eibach sportlines front (no isolators)
    roush springs in the rear


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