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Old 03-06-2006, 09:56 PM
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My latest appearance mods:







What do you guys think? Before, I had the standard 99-00 silver wheels

Here's the before
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Old 03-07-2006, 04:10 PM
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Car looks good, do you have any plans to lower it?

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time to lower it! looks good!
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Old 03-07-2006, 07:48 PM
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I'm waiting till this summer so I can lower it right - springs, shocks, c/c, bump steer. I have the front springs and bump steer kit already. It's really hard to do much work during the school year; we did the rear, brakes and linelock in a week over winter break. Plus, the summer internship will be paying for the parts
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Hey, at least you've got your priorities straight!

I'm the same way, the car is just sitting right now since I'm in school and slowly gathering parts and planning the next round of mods.

What parts are you going to go with? I have full Maximum Motorsports (panhard bar, torque arm, LCA'a, H&R Race Springs, tokico 5-way adjustables, M/M C/C plates). In the future I'd like to get a MM K-member along with coilovers, but first I need to upgrade from these shitty fox-body brakes!

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I'm not really sure. The front springs I have are KB, my buddy might sell me his stock Mach 1 (Tokiko) shocks when he upgrades, the bump steer is Steeda...I've heard good things about H&R springs...Probably Steeda C/C plates...I have (gathering dust in the corner) a MM strut tower brace...It all just depends on where I'm at and how much money I have saved up. I might just get the Steeda "Stage One" suspension kit and sell what I don't need.
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Youve done a lot since ive last seen that car, looks good.
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Not really, just $10 worth of vinyl and $200 worth of wheels
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Not really, just $10 worth of vinyl and $200 worth of wheels
money well spent
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Thats a nice looking Mustang, I wish someone would make those wheels in 20" with a deep dish. Always liked the retro styled spoke pattern.
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