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Jazzer The Cat Jazzer The Cat is offline

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  1. saleen0101
    02-26-2010 01:24 AM
    Jazzer is the master guru!
  2. Jazzer The Cat
    02-18-2010 11:18 AM
    Jazzer The Cat
    99Black... just have him send me a PM from here. He may need to sign up, but don't want my e-mail addy floating around out there in cyberworld. Be sure to have him read and understand ALL the different option and lingo in my Suspension Guide so we can save some time.

  3. 99BlackPonyGT
    02-18-2010 10:32 AM
    hey, whats your email address? a guy on my local forum is about to drop major coin in a suspension setup for his stang and is asking stuff, i figured i would send him to you since youre the guru
  4. Jazzer The Cat
    11-11-2009 09:28 PM
    Jazzer The Cat
    v braaten...... I think you have responded to another person on my page somehow. I have no idea what you are talking about.
  5. v braaten
    11-11-2009 08:39 PM
    v braaten
    If you use a drag setup in the front you'll run off the road at a curve, and you'll go off the cliff going backwards!!!!! Good view of the sky though.
    For curves, you want a lowered front end with stiff springs; in the neighborhood of 650 lbs., not the 200 lbs. springs for drag racing. I have 675 lbs. springs up front and they are ok at the darg strip too.
    You might think about going with 17 dia. wheels up front and 18 or 19 inch dia. in the rear. This will give you a good rake in your stance.
  6. Jazzer The Cat
    10-28-2009 12:58 PM
    Jazzer The Cat
    Hey, Riley

    I recommend 18" wheels on ALL SN95+ Stangs. This will give you MANY more tire options in which to choose and likely be lower cost for same make/model of tire as well. Staggered is a nice way to go and recommend generally recommend a 265/35 on 9" wheels up front. As for rears, do you want to go 10"s or 10.5"s?

    PM me with your additional thoughts please.

  7. heinzlmeir4
    10-28-2009 12:41 PM
    Hey Jazzzer,
    My buddys dad just bought a brand new 2010 GT500 and it looks unreal on the stock 19's, he just sent it down to vegas to get the super snake package on it , now its winter up here in canada, but im looking to get some 19's for my 03 gt, i was just wondering what i should run for a tire sizes i should run for a staggered setup and or if this setup would be a bad idea and possibly downsize to 18's?
  8. Jazzer The Cat
    10-08-2009 08:53 PM
    Jazzer The Cat
    You will not *need* CC plates, but they can be beneficial for your Stang. The rule of thumb is 1.75" of drop and you really should have them. This is subjective, but most would agree with this amount to address geometry issues created by such a drop.

    I will get into a bit more detail on the PM in my inbox.

  9. smitty2919
    10-06-2009 11:52 AM
    Hello Jazzer, I had a question about CC plates. i just picked up a 04 GT and its lowered about 1-1.25" from what people have told me by posting a pic via some yellow springs i have not studied to see if there is a name on them.


    it sits 15" from center of wheel to fender lip in the back and 14.5" in the front. i just ordered some 17'9 and 17x10.5 running 275's and 315's. will i NEED to get CC plates or is that for cars that a slammed? i would say mine sits in between stock and to where some ppl lower it so much the top of the tire and the fender lip are equal.

    i didnt know if running a 275 over the stock 245 will be more of a problem with tire wear running wider tires. im hoping i can get an alignment and have enough adjustment to not need to get them.

    thanks for any help
  10. Jazzer The Cat
    08-29-2009 02:15 PM
    Jazzer The Cat
    Well, I would still ask you your ultimate goals, but a new "K" is a wonderful upgrade for the front end. The #1 thing I would recommend prior to ANY other suspension work, would be FLSFC's.

    What are the specific issues you are having with the suspension? Please just PM me with your answer as it is easier to follow than this.


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