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I heard about DSE doing early mustang suspension testing and about the American Street Car Challenge Series. I'm excited to know that this will become an annual event/series and look forward to what they do in the near future for mustang suspension components.
So DSE was kind enough to answer a few of my questions. they said the announcement will indeed be later this month on the 22 and the actual release will be around June. In the mean time they sent a few videos to drool over. as a good samaritan its only fair i share these with you
Any aftermarket suspension over the original 40 year old Mustang suspension rocks. Someone convinced me to put coil overs in mine a few years back. My first thought was that I could be using that money for a bigger faster motor. He took me for a ride in his 68 and I was sold on them. I am so glad that I did the suspension upgrade. It makes driving an absolute pleasure. It's a nice feeling when I can pull away from a BMW at a light and then be able to keep that distance through the corners.
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