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Pulling a 'g' for 1 g?

Old 05-27-2006, 06:49 PM
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Default Pulling a 'g' for 1 g?

What suspension mods to get a SN95 up Mustang to pull a g in the corners?

Is one g possible for less then a grand?
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Old 05-31-2006, 05:13 PM
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If you got everything used and for a good deal...maybe?

You'd probably see the biggest gains from a good set of tires.
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Originally Posted by HYBRED

You'd probably see the biggest gains from a good set of tires.
I was kinda wondering how close to a g you would be with a good set of tires and some shocks, and struts. Along with just some proper suspension tuning.
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a full set of good shocks (Konis or Tokicos) would run you about $600...if you could find some nice used tires, you might be able to pull it off...
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