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Tokico D-specs + H&R SS's = Amazing.

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Old 12-26-2011, 07:05 PM   #11
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HP, The car is a performance caddy! and as I kind of wondered when I took the plunge, the question of " Will the adjustments be noticeable?" has been answered.

Yes very noticeable, when they are nice and stiff I can hammer the throttle once moving(say 15mph) with my car in first(AUTO) and break em loose pretty hard.

and with them softened up, the thing hooks great. Going to the track in a few weeks and am really curious on what kind of 60' times I can get with these bad boys softened up.
The Mustang:
11:1 forged motor, CMS stage 2.5 NA cams,Nitrous express plate kit(100 or 150 shot havent decided), mac lt's, BBK 78mm TB unit, 24# Injectors, Hughes performance built 4r70w W/ 3200 stall. Awaiting dyno tune...

The DD:"Mader"
2005 F150 supercrew 4x4. Leveled front with an Add-a-Leaf in the rear.Sitting on 33's W/ a nice system.
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