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2011 GT 5.0, 400A Black w/Saddle, 6MT, 3.73, Brembo, Steeda CAI w/BBR tune, Magnaflow x-pipe and cat-back.
1967 Fastback, dead-of-night black, 4-speed, small block, work in progress after 7 years and $35K+.
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2011 GT Black w/Saddle, 6MT, 3.73, BREMBO, Steeda CAI, Boss Intake, Steeda Tunes, Borla S-Type axlebacks, Dynatech 1 7/8 LT w/custom H-pipe, Pypes M80, Dynatech driveshaft, FRPP "P" springs, Koni STR.T, UMI adj. LCA and relo brackets, UMI adj. panhard bar, GT500 mounts, Joe Heck Racing Shifter, bracket, and clutch line.(2013 Setup) 12.19 @ 116mph 1.88 60' stock Pirelli's at MIR 438 rwhp, 421 rwtq...SAE Dynojet(2011 setup) 154.0 mph Texas Mile, Oct. 2011
1967 Fastback, 4-speed, work-in-progress
I have a question regarding lower springs and thrust angle of the rear axle. I have a 1.7 inch drop in the rear with aftermarket end links. I don't have a mustang. I have a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and after lowering it I noticed the rear driver side tire sticks out more. I do have some options for adjustable parts such as Rear lower control arms and Panhard bar. How can I fix this?