April 12, 2006I changed nothing except springs and have had NO shift and NO problems.
Forums : Suspension : 06 Lowering Questions? (516 Views)
April 15, 2006Just lowerd mine. Front and back with Eibach Pro lowering springs
April 15, 2006Ok so how do you like it so far? How is the ride?
April 15, 2006I like the stance alot. Rides kind of bouncy. I guess i need to upgrade the shocks now
April 16, 2006That is what i am hearing is that the stock shocks are ok until they get Broken in and then that is what happens the ride becomes very bouncy. Seems the Tokico D-Spec shocks and struts are the way to go. By the way did you get the car aligned after the lowering? And if so how did you adress the camber issue?
July 11, 2006About the alignment issue? Is there anything else you need other than the Eibach Pro kit? Can the car be aligned properly after install? I am ready to do them but want to make sure I can get it aligned afterward.
July 11, 2006Rick you will also need the camber bolts. I needed the adjustable panhard bar as my rear end shifted over to the driver side a good inch. And that is what i am finding out is that some cars move and some do not. So in my opinion it is better to get it and install it then to not get it at all.
You can get the Panhard bar right from BMR or you can get both the camber bolts and the panhard at www.stangsuspension.com
July 11, 2006I had an alignment done after i was lowered. Drives straight. Just need better shocks now.
July 11, 2006Thanks guys. Got my list now. Hopefully get this done soon.
July 12, 2006If you replace your springs, you must have the car aligned. If not, you will wear your tires out. When I put the Eibach Pro-kit on my car, you could actually see that the car needed aligning. Most Mustang don't require a caster/camber kit, unless you lowered the car below 2".