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track pack suspension differences

I have a 2014 with track pack. Anyone know what, if any, difference there are in suspension parts with this option?

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2013 GT 6 spd, GT500 mufflers, BOSS quad exhaust, Roush CAI, Barton shifter & 2 post bracket
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This site will pretty much sum it up.

http://brembo50.com/
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This site will pretty much sum it up.

Brembo50.com - Home
Thanks. Great site!
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Just be aware that the Brembo site has the spring rates front and rear backwards. I cant imagine what the handling would be like with a higher spring rate on the rear.

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