Because when you change the ride height, it changes all your alignment settings. Lowering from stock ride height will increase your static camber, reduce toe-in, and increase caster. The last one's actually a good thing, but you'll want to correct the first two unless you're a hardcore corner carver, which I'm assuming you're not.i have no cc plates. why would i have to keep it at close to stock height with coil overs?
Well, if you're fine with your current alignment settings then you wouldn't need to change anything assuming you kept the same ride height.my cars lowered bout 2" right now, lol. i realize it changes suspension geometry and stuff. but why with c/o's do i not wanna go lower is what i'm asking.
Love your stang man. Got anymore pics of it?aw ok, i thought you were saying with c/o's your not supposed to lower your ride height or something, lol. my bad.
yea i'm fine with the stiff ride. i've had it realigned, it does have a slight -camber as of now, but nothing i'm concerned with. i would like adjustable ride heights though, like with these c/o's.
Wow! That car has come a long way. This is one of the best looking mustangs i have seen. What performance mods are done to it?Why yes he does.
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