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Old 04-04-2012, 06:59 PM   #1  
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Default roush rear lowering springs in!!!

I really like the stance now. Evened out the car IMHO.


I couldn't lower the front as my driveway is to steep. I also had the Ford Racing Lower control arms put in at the same time. No more wheel hop

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Old 04-04-2012, 07:41 PM   #2  
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Looks great!
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Very nice!
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does the front still rise alot on acceleration or do the stiffer rear shocks prevent that?
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Very nice! Now just get some new wheels/tires and you'll have an even better side shot! The wheels you've got now are pretty good looking imo though.
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does the front still rise alot on acceleration or do the stiffer rear shocks prevent that?
It does rise alittle still but much better between the new springs and the LCA's it doesn't squat much and no wheel hop. I put new rear tires on as well and I am getting pretty good grip.
I am loving it. No noticeable change in ride comfort.
With everything I did over the winter it is like driving a new car.
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Very nice! Now just get some new wheels/tires and you'll have an even better side shot! The wheels you've got now are pretty good looking imo though.
I have my eye on the Black Deep dish bullet wheels from AM. :
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