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Need opinions regarding Saleen Suspension Kit, please help me out.

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Old 09-06-2013, 11:11 PM   #1
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Cool Need opinions regarding Saleen Suspension Kit, please help me out.

I have been enjoying my 2006 Mustang GT. Great torque. Like to reduce some body role, tighter around corners, little better handling. I am very curious regarding the Saleen Suspension Kit for 05-09 Mustang GT. Anybody have this kit installed, feedback would be great. I notice kits comes with shocks, springs and front sway bar. Kit is only $799.99. I am on a very limited budget. Kit comes with no rear sway bar, why? Is is there any benefit to not have rear sway bar? Also, kit does not come with panhard bar and caster / camber bolts. I thought I have heard that panhard bar and caster / camber plates, bolts are not needed. Are the shocks, sway bar and springs made in USA? Who makes these parts for Saleen? I am looking to use car primary as daily driver, spririted driving. Some weekend warrior beginner road racing. Hope above kit will improve handling / cornering without being harsh, jumpy. I have a freind who has the beginner pack Maximum Motorsports and found it too harsh. Heard those bilsteins are a bit too stiff harsh. Thanks, Gerald.
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Old 09-07-2013, 02:05 PM   #2
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Go here: and ask these folks. They're very helpful and will steer you in the right direction.
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