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suspension question 07 gt/cs

2007 gt/cs. Stock wheels and tires (18"). I want to lower the car.
How low can i go in the front and back without them hitting the wheel wells (turning/potholes/etc)? I want sufficient clearence but also a lower car.
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I have the frpp k springs. 1 inch in front, 1.5 in the back, no problems here. Still on stock 18s polished bullets.you will want to upgrade shocks,struts,and get the gt500 strut mounts, and get an adjustable PanHard bar as well. No reason to have to take stuff apart like this more than once if you can avoid it.


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On my coupe I have the FRPP "P" springs: -0.75 front, -1.0 rear. No interferences with 285-40 tires on 18x9.5 rims. They are a bit more bouncy than stock springs, but not as bouncy as the "K" or similar springs. "Bouncy" is part of "lower".

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2007 gt/cs. Stock wheels and tires (18"). I want to lower the car.
How low can i go in the front and back without them hitting the wheel wells (turning/potholes/etc)? I want sufficient clearence but also a lower car.
Thanks in advance,
You won't have any clearance issues on the stock wheels and tires. You could put air bags on the car and drop it literally to the ground. No problem.

However, the general consensus is that if you go lower than a 1.5" drop, it significantly degrades the handling and ride quality. UPR Pro Springs offer a 1.5" drop and they have a Lifetime Warranty.

2005-2012 Ford Mustang GT V6 UPR Pro Series Kit Lowering Springs by Eibach at UPR Products - Lifetime Warranty!

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