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Discussion in 'S-197 Mustangs' started by Stang Lover, Sep 22, 2012.

  1. Stang Lover

    Stang Lover Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I'm going to be purchasing springs soon and I want to see a variety of set-ups before I make a purchase. I'm aiming for more of a raked mean/sinister stance.
     
  2. PNSTPS

    PNSTPS New Member Established Member

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  3. Scott_GT_CS

    Scott_GT_CS Member Established Member

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    Steeda Sport Springs:

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  4. MELLOWYELLOW06

    MELLOWYELLOW06 Member Established Member

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  5. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Member Established Member

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  6. goody03

    goody03 i need more mods Established Member

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    ^^^ I love the boss wheels, I've been looking into picking some up for my car.
     
  7. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Member Established Member

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    I think you would like the wheels.

    They come in the staggered sizes of, Front 9x19" & Rear 10x19".

    I got drawn to them because they were from Ford Racing and come with the Ford Center-Cap.

    They also clear my Shelby GT-500 Brembo front brakes I had installed.

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    I have New Toyo Proxes R888 tires ordered and I think they might get in and installed this week.
    That is going to look Killer and certainly add to the Performance.

    They will be the Toyo R888 Front 265/30/19's & rear 295/30/19's.

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    Terry
     
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  8. obofglob

    obofglob New Member Established Member

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  9. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Member Established Member

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    Looking good Pal.

    Nice side shot.


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  10. Scott_GT_CS

    Scott_GT_CS Member Established Member

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    Terry, your car always looks great and performs as well as it looks!
     
  11. 5spd07gt

    5spd07gt BaggedCobra Established Member

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    With my old alcoas. 100% not photoshopped....

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  12. 2000gator

    2000gator New Member Established Member

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    JEEZ could you even drive the car like that?
     
  13. 5spd07gt

    5spd07gt BaggedCobra Established Member

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    I could but I didn't. Normally looks more like this...

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  14. JeremyAL

    JeremyAL New Member Established Member

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    With the old 18's

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  15. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Member Established Member

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    Thanks Scott,

    It looks like this now with the New Toyo Proxes R888 tires.
    This is yesterday afternoon at home.

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  16. 19COBRA93

    19COBRA93 Tire shredder Established Member

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    Not as low as some of you guys....

    FRPP L springs.

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    With FRPP K springs:

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  17. jayman33

    jayman33 New Member

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    Love the AG's, Cobra!
     
  18. mikerob

    mikerob Member Established Member

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    Love all the rides in this thread especially the Bullitt!
     
  19. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Member Established Member

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    Mike,

    Here is a few Pics. of my 08 Bullitt Mustang I just finished Detailing yesterday in my garage.
    It was to Cold to open the garage door so had to do all of it inside including these Pics.



    Well I got off my butt yesterday and applied the NXT 2.0 to the Mustang.
    (Known as the tigermachine)

    Took a few pictures in the garage as it was like 40-degrees outside.

    So did it all in the garage with the door down and the heat on.

    Man it takes a while to do this and do it right.

    I leave it on for 1-Hour after applying it on the complete car.
    That way it is sure to dry completely for easier removal.

    Below are the few pictures I took of it after I (Applied) it and after I (Removed) it.

    Turned out as usual very bright & with a Deep-Rich Luster.

    Sorry had to have all the lights on in the garage as well as bringing in a set of halogen work lights.

    So pictures don't exactly let you see the finished results really.






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  20. mikerob

    mikerob Member Established Member

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    Looks pretty dang good. I do the same thing in the winter in my garage. It takes me about 8 hours with clay,M105/205,NXT2 and P21S. I'll even wash my car in the garage if I don't get out early enough in the summer mornings. I wouldn't change a thing about your car. It's almost like Ford made those wheels for that car. They look fantastic with the color.
     

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