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Hello all, let me start from the top. Basically, I'm going to be putting together a Mustang for my boss once we get back from Iraq early next year. She loves Mustangs but she's all about a lowered and aggressive stance. Myself I drive a Mazda Rx7 that is lowered and has flush wheel fitment but that was as simple as picking out which coilovers I wanted to buy and proper offset wheels.

With her car, I want to lower it, the "right way" if you will meaning a full coilover set up or something of the sort. I don't want to half ass with cut springs or ebay knockoff's if at all possible but to be honest I haven't really found anything for coilovers for these cars.

I've got a spare set of FR500 replica wheels going on, 17x9+24/17x10.5+27, now I just need a legit drop. Thank you for your time!

To clear a few things up
-there will be no aggressive driving, purely for show (it's a female's car )
-preferably stiff

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Start with a set of Eibach Sportline lowering springs, those will take you down 2-3 inches front & rear.


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