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Old 08-31-2013, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default Which is better handling? Need last bit of direction before taking the plunge.

I am sorry if I have talked about this before. Just little nervous before taking the plunge. The economy has not been kind to my family business over the last three years. Man a Boss 302 sounds good, too thick for my blood at this time. In terms of pure handling, around corners, less body lean, faster around turns, handling, etc. 2010 Mustang GT stock vs 05-09 GT with Eibach Pro Kit Plus, sway bars, pro springs, shocks and dampners? If I do get the Pro kit plus, should I get Ford Racing GT 500 strut mounts or are stock adequate? Car will be mostly daily driver with some light road racing, tracking. Not interested in drag racing. Also how would these to setups fair against a 350Z on road racing track? I see both of these guys on local track on weekends. Ger.
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Old 08-31-2013, 11:38 PM   #2
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I'd go with the steeda HD strut mounts, they have a bit of camber adjustment.
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