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So I Have ordered a Strut tower brace and I just ordered my new wheels which are Black chrome FR500's staggered 18x9/19x10 and they will be wrapped in Nitto 555's. Now I am wondering what else i can do to help my stabilization and handling. any help would be awesome, thanks.
 

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Come on dude you know the answer already...... Flsfc's and lca's, just to start. Where you go from there requires a more specific plan or goal for your car, but those are two parts in particular that any Mustang will benefit greatly from, regardless of what you use the car for.
 

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So I Have ordered a Strut tower brace and I just ordered my new wheels which are Black chrome FR500's staggered 18x9/19x10 and they will be wrapped in Nitto 555's. Now I am wondering what else i can do to help my stabilization and handling. any help would be awesome, thanks.
Come on dude you know the answer already...... Flsfc's and lca's, just to start. Where you go from there requires a more specific plan or goal for your car, but those are two parts in particular that any Mustang will benefit greatly from, regardless of what you use the car for.
^^he's right.

Subframe connectors:
79-04 Mustang Full Length Subframe Connectors

Control arms:
99-04 Mustang Elite Chrome Moly Urethane Control Arm Suspension Kit

and of course, shocks, struts, springs, and cc-plates.

We sell all of these at Mustang Parts & Performance - UPR Products, and we offer AFM members a 10% discount on parts we manufacture.

The good thing is, you can do these mods one at a time. There's nothing wrong with saving up, buying a part, putting it on, and saving up for the next one. :bigthumbsup
 
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