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DPE DPE is offline

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  1. DPE
    10-30-2013 01:08 PM
    DPE
    Not sure if you've got me confused for a vendor; I used to have a shop under the name of DPE, but that's long gone. I'm just a guy who is currently between Mustangs.

    But since you asked..... If it's me, I go Steeda Sport springs, Koni Sports (yellows), whatever panhard you want, and Steeda upper mounts (no camber bolts). HP+ pads should be okay on track, though they are squeaky on the road. Stainless lines are nice but not required. Better brake fluid is required; I like Motul RBF600. No need for swaybars at this point. I'd also do a CAI and tune on a 2006; from what I understand it really wakes up the motor. But for track use, the motor will be the least of your concerns.
  2. mungodrums
    10-22-2013 10:43 PM
    mungodrums
    Hello DPE,

    I am thinking of the following setup. Road course, road racing, not drag racing.
    I am looking at a 2006 Mustang Gt, it is all stock comes with 17 inch wheels, look like they are alloy cobra / shelby style wheels.
    1.Hotchkis springs.
    2.Koni SRT shocks / struts, thinking better than other comparable ones on market like Bilstein, Steeda, etc.
    3.Ford GT500 Upper strut mounts.
    4.Eibach or Whitline Camber bolts.
    5.Hotchkis panhard bar.
    6.I have been told to not go with aftermarket adjustible sway bars, that above suspension is decent.
    I was also thinking of running Hawk HP pads, stainless steel lines and better brake fluid.
    Stock wheels with decent summer tires.
    Not sure if CAI and tune?, or just go with CAI that does not need tune.
    Ger.

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    Phil
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    2014 GT
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    Phil - 2014 GT Premium, Deep Impact Blue, 6MT, 3.31, Brembo Pkg, 18x9.5 GT500 wheels, JLT Brake Cooling

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