front isos?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TxCobrA98, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. TxCobrA98

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    hey guys.. i want my car lower! ive liked the stance so far and its still killer IMO but i want it a bit lower.. should i take the front iso's out? how is the driveability effected? and would you guys recommend it or no?
     
  2. Steven

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    i took out the lowers in the front.. helped a little bit. I like my cars stance :thumb:
     
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    I wouldn't take them out since you already have a 2" drop and especially if you are thinking about longtubes.
     
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    yeah good call.. i didnt even think about the longtubes.. keeping them in would be a better idea. thanks for the reminder haha.
     
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    On top of that, you might get an 1/8" drop with removing the isos. How what's the sidewall height and width of your front tires? You might even rub when turning hard.
     
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    my wheel weights rub when i turn hard.. at least i think they do cause i pulled the front tires and there are scrape marks on them..

    245/35 fronts.. i hate them too.. 255's will be next.
     
  7. 94gtstang50

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    I heard you can lose them and use electrical tape in place so it's not noisy as riding w/o them.