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ModBargains.com | HRE’s 15 Mustang GT on HRE FF15 Wheels Breaks Necks at ModBargains

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Old 02-14-2015, 11:02 AM   #1
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Just the other day we had our good friend Greg bring his S550 Mustang GT into the shop, and we just had to grab some pictures of this beast!

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We're looking at a set of HRE FF15 Flow formed wheels spec'd at 20x10 ET40 and 20x11ET55 matched up with 285/35/20 and 315/30/20 Toyo R888's for maximum weight loss and grip.

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HRE Flow formed FF15's are available in Liquid Silver and Tarmac as standard but aren't limited to those two finishes, as they can be easily ordered and powdercoated in any one of these premium finishes:

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This particular set on Greg's S550 is called IPA, a very popular choice for the premium options.

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This Mustang is lower than stock of course as you may have noticed. Eibach makes a lowering kit called the Pro kit which lowers this S550 1" up front and 1.1" on the rear for a nice noticeable drop without it being too low for the roads here in Southern California.

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Those look unbelievably good

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