how to properly lower a mustang

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by g_dogg, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. g_dogg

    g_dogg Member

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    im installing maximum motorsport Camber Caster plates on tuesday.
    my car is lowered with KYB agx shocks, and i think eibach springs (they are red but not sure its eibach).
    is there anything else i need for my mustang to be properly lowered?
    the ford guy told me something about rack bushings?
     
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    jpajkos Active Member

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    Look into some Maximum Motorsport Rear lower control arms.
     
  3. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    rack bushings?? only if you stock one's are cracked, or if you want a firmer feel.

    you will want a bumpsteer if you go over 1.5" or so.
    Steeda or MM makes them.

    did you get the 4-bolt CC plates? I have those on my car.

    I've found the MM is excellent with questions on the phone. you could call them if you want.
     
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    Nick New Member

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    You will only need the rack bushings to offset the rack if you had a tubualr k member. The springs, shocks, struts, and c/c plates are all that you need to "properly" do it.
     
  5. g_dogg

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    thanks dudes :thumb: