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Originally Posted by thaero066 View Post
Saw all your videos on Youtube and they are very helpful and I enjoy your reviews/input. Thanks

Originally Posted by Mustang No.6 View Post
You might consider curb/object sensors, I don't know much about them, but I think it's kind of like the rear "back up" sensors. My biggest concern with a aftermarket spoiler is the awful transitions for the entries to parking lots, etc from the streets/roads. Some are difficult w/o the larger spoiler and if you lower your vehicle at all it will almost be impossible. Stupid road engineers, don't they know that Mustangs have to be lowered and equipped with awesome spoilers?
Yeah I might look into it. It's not too bad though I've noticed. I can still go over speed bumps fine and get in and out of my driveway fine. It's not super low and doesn't stick out a ton.

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