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Got them installed. Driver side took about 10 min. The passenger side took almost 40 due to having to adjust the front subframe bracket. While I was under there I noticed I'm missing an exhaust clamp and my exhaust is dented. I'm pretty sure this is from the construction around here where the car bottomed out the other day on a road with a high center crown.







The dent.



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I just took the car for a quick spin and did a few launches from idle. Very minimum amount of wheel hop left. I didn't even notice any. The car is definitely more planted to the ground.
 

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I received several gift cards for Christmas so I went ahead and ordered a few things yesterday. They should all be arriving early next week. Hopefully I will be able to finish the rest of the suspension up in the next month or so.

List of ordered parts.
Steeda Front sway bar
Steeda aluminum front sway bar mounts
Steeda rear sway bar
Steada aluminum rear sway bar mounts
Steeda jacking rails.
 

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I received several gift cards for Christmas so I went ahead and ordered a few things yesterday. They should all be arriving early next week. Hopefully I will be able to finish the rest of the suspension up in the next month or so.

List of ordered parts.
Steeda Front sway bar
Steeda aluminum front sway bar mounts
Steeda rear sway bar
Steada aluminum rear sway bar mounts
Steeda jacking rails.
Ford Racing Mustang 627HP Supercharger Kit (15-16 GT)
Wow thats gonna be a fun weekend install.
 

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I received several gift cards for Christmas so I went ahead and ordered a few things yesterday. They should all be arriving early next week. Hopefully I will be able to finish the rest of the suspension up in the next month or so.

List of ordered parts.
Steeda Front sway bar
Steeda aluminum front sway bar mounts
Steeda rear sway bar
Steada aluminum rear sway bar mounts
Steeda jacking rails.
Call me on install day.
 

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Got the front sway bar on. Took about 2 hours and an hour of it was the damn rear bolt on the driver side mount.

Passenger side.



Driver side from the top. The excuse for my drinking tonight is right under the alternator.



Driver side.



The back is all done. Much easier. Ended up dropping the exhaust to reach the bolts for the mounts easier. I think not using the billet mounts would cut this whole install front and back down by an hour.

Rear passenger



Rear driver



The back


Bonus shot of jacking rails in action.

 

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Ok so after a couple days of driving and finally getting some spirited driving in today I think the sway bars made a significant improvement in handling. The car feels very nimble and neutral compared to before. I went with the middle hole in the rear and the 2nd stiffest setting up front.

Would recommend this to anyone looking to feel more contacted to the car in the corners.
 

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The grilles look great but I just can't justify the expense of them when I can do 2 or 3 other mods that are functional for the price.

Next on the list will be vertical links and adjustable toe links.

Then a little cosmetics in the engine

carbon fiber radiator cover and fuse box cover.
painted coil and engine cover as well as strut covers.

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then steel braided brake lines and better break fluid. Going to sign up for an HPDE hopefully before summer.
 
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