Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by maverick0011, Aug 8, 2006.
H&R Sport with 18's
offtopic is it hard to install springs?
Hey bud. The saleens are 18x9 and 18x10 in the rear. Tires are KDW2s 275/35/18 in the fronts and 295/35/18 in the rear. The springs are Eibach Pro. No rubbing at all.
I said it once I will say it again awesome ride Smeech!
mine. Sportline with Isolater removed...
She is banged up right now tho...
Would be SO hot if he painted the chin, got 01+ smoked headlights and kicked the spoiler back 3".
Ford C Spring
Forgot to subscribe, so I must bring this thread back to say thanks
mity2's car = sex
In the sig. C-springs with rear isolators removed.
cut one coil off the stock springs and removed isolators..about 1.5in lower...ride=a tid stiffer than normal,but no bouncy,bouncy after i hit a speed bump...
Former owner did my Suspension a week before I bought it
I love it other than it's a royal PITA to get a jack under it, (or my fat ass)
and it bottoms out TOO MUCH. I cant go over a speed bump without dry docking it on top of it, and on a few ocasssions I've hit a wacky dip in the road and bottomed out BIG TIME at high speed (@&$%(@$%(@)$^%)@
BUT it handles awesome, takes the bumps soft and easy, and actually does a nice Hop Free Launch (more like a ROAST, hehehehe)
Tokico Shocks & Struts, Ebiach Springs, Urethane Body Bushings, & Caster Camber Plates
For those of you with csprings, did you cut the rear? Mine looks like stock height, and it's been several months of settling in.
I make it so that the rear coil points toward the drivers side correct?
I'm pretty happy with the front after I removed the isolators, but it made the rear sit up another 1/2 inch or so .
steeda sports w/ stock shocks and struts:
Def. still looks pretty high for springs....
w/H&R SS, of course..
i think my shocks and struts are on their last season to be totally honest...~86K on the clock