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Old 05-04-2013, 10:38 PM   #10
sbradle4
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Vehicle: 2010 Ford Mustang GT
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I have the FRPP-P Springs as well. Ride quality is pretty good, drops it an inch, won't give you the slammed look. If roads in your area are kinda rough, these are a good option. I have heard people with the FRPP-K springs hit the bump stops a lot on rough roads. I installed them myself in about three hours with a couple of jack stands and a floor jack. Make sure you have an impact wrench to break the nuts loose on the struts at the brake assembly.
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3D Carbon Eleanor Grille, Steeda Tuned, FRPP-P Lowering springs, J&M aluminum adjustable panhard bar, Steeda Pro-Action Shocks and Struts, GT500 Strut mounts, 20" Charcoal AMR's, AirRaid CAI, Flowmaster Outlaw axle backs.
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