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  1. newage5.0
    11-09-2011 07:51 PM
    the wheels are sick. no issues with them at all. I think they fit the mustang perfectly. I put a 285/30 tire in the rear and a 255/35 in front. I think if you go a 295 or maybe even a 305 in the rear might work. depending how much you lower it. With the saleen coil overs the front wheels tuck in perfectly. I have them set at -1 camber with a 255 tire in front. I cant be happier with the look and feel of it. And as you see the way it sits, i can even go lower with the car. I havent lowered the car all the way so Im not sure how low it will drop it. the ride is comfortable when you soften it up. right now i have it set on stiff. so the car feels like a race car. but handles pretty well. I also have adjustable sway bars set to the stiffest settings. I need to soften those up too. But as far as if I would buy these same things again. Of course. love the combo.
  2. utmost1
    11-05-2011 11:25 PM
    Hey guy, been watching the progress on your ride. After researching the same products I came across your post. I'm about to place an order on the CV3s and the Saleen coilovers. Just wondering what your true impressions are about both. Will be doing Baer brakes next summer. Did you ever lower it all the way? Any rubbing issues with it at a more normal lowered height?

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