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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-19-2015 Thread Starter
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anyone have one of these lowered an inch or so yet?

This S550 looks like it definitely sits a little lower than the previous models but I think if it was lowered another inch or so it would look even better. I don't think cars that are slammed to the ground necessarily look that much more awesome as that's for the import crowd IMO but has anyone lowered theirs yet? It's it as easy as the previous models?


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-26-2015
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Lowered 2015 Mustang GT

go to youtube and do a search for "Tony Lam". He had lowered his white 2015 Mustang GT and it looks pretty sweet. I was actually thinking about buying the Eibach springs and lowering mine as well but I am concerned about tire wear even after an alignment is done.

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I can't imagine my 2015 being any lower. In California there are just to many hills and dips in the road. I've scraped the bottom a couple of times turning right up a hill.
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