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Discussion in 'Mach 1' started by Samwebb, Jan 23, 2015.

  1. Samwebb

    Samwebb New Member Established Member

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  2. SFMach1

    SFMach1 EAT ME! Established Member

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    H&R SS are a good choice... if you want lower then go with coilovers.
     
  3. starnsey

    starnsey Active Member Established Member

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    H&R Super Sports with either no isolators up front and maybe one or no isolators in the rear. Lower than that...coilovers. But I'd stick with the H&R SS's. Here's my setup on my old GT that had SS's with no isos up front and one iso in the rear:

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    4a7191a Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I've got eibachs with energy suspension bushings. It sits just right IMO. :)
     
  5. Andrew03Mach

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    Steeda Sport Springs with no isolators. Stock Shocks/Struts


    I was strongly leaning towards the super sports as well but didn't want to drop down quite that far. I have enough issues with clearance with the steeda springs. I have less than a coke can clearance under my H pipe.
     
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    gq916 Member Established Member

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    i would go with H&R SS with no ISO's..Eibachs are too soft.
     

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