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I believe it sits higher on the left because of the panhead bar attachment placement? The amp is NOT that heavy:eyepoppin
 

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Over's GT said:
have you removed and felt how heavy shaker 1000 unit is?

the panhard bar / track bar or mounting should have no influince on ride height

the posibile/combined reasons for a car sitting a 1/2" lower on right

-more weight on right "most likley"
-mounting point vairinces
-some type of driver compensation?? (car with stock springs sat lower the same amount)
I thought I read here on the forums that when lowered the panhead bar affects the height on the left side of the car. If not, that is why I had a question mark (this thing ->?) at the end of the sentence. I'm not sure or an expert...just thought I remember hearing that. I still don't think the amp would weigh enough to lower just one side of the car enough to visibly see it.
 

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Over's GT said:
KiLLeR_WoMBaT, didn't mean to come of as a smart arse, just was curious if you had removed the shaker unit and felt the weight (i haven't)

on the panhard bar it is a locating link only, you could remove the link and the car body would shift side to side but not up and down

If I ever get the chance and remember, I will measure the ride height with someone in drivers seat.
All is cool :winks . Funny, last night I was reading this website that had the most detailed explaination of suspensions for the Mustang (well, actually good information on ALL kinds of stuff for the Mustang). It was on my Linux laptop, otherwise I would post the link here. Maybe tonight after work.
 

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NJstangpilot said:
Wombat,


What site? There are tons of threads on engine mods but relatively few on 2005 Mustang suspension (with the exception of some stuff on Eibach or Steeda springs being installed). Please post the link. Thanks, in advance.
Okay, the site deals mainly with a 2000 Mustang...however it does mention the 2005. There is an abundance of general information on suspensions. (For me at least, being a rookie and all :)) It really a primer and NOT specific to the 2005.

Suspension stuff
 
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