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Been a long time mustang fan. I have owned my car for 7 years. I have done a lot of work to the car. the car was in a front end collision and was repaired.

It started out as a 1998 v6 mustang coupe in black with all tan interior. Car
was in a wreck and had built it back up myself with the help of some close
friends and my dad. 1st attempt at fixing up a car, replaced drivers fender and
repaint front bumper, rear bumper, new factory fiber glass hood, new side skirts

The cars current mods
Suspension & brakes:
H&R ss springs
Tokico blue shocks and struts
Bilstein quad shocks
Gt rear sway bar
Comp. Engineering bumpsteer kit
J&M cc plates
Steeda x2 ball joints
All isos in
SS front brake cables
98 cobra brakes

Stock headers and all 4 cats
Custom divorced mid pipe
99-04 gt magnaflow cat back

3.8l with mild port and polish
Bbk throttle body 56mm
Accel coil pack
Ford racing plug wires
Sct 4 bank chip
Built auto with shift kit.
(Chirp it into 2nd and make it go sideways.

Rear axle:
Stock 94 8.8 gt rear axle
3.08 gears

Exterior mods:
Sequential tail lights
S281 replica spoiler
Clear headlights and fogs
Morimoto bixenon 6.0 mini projectors
Clear corners with amber reflector
HIDs 4300k hi/low and fogs.
2004 Mach 1 chip spoiler.
New factory fiber glass hood
Sand blasted mustang in rear window
Bumper letter inserts

Authentic ford racing fr500 in silver 18x9
265/35/18 nexen tires.

Gt tan cloth seats front and rear
Ford black mustang floor mats
Swapped in black/tan door panels and rear panels.
LED cluster bulb swap.
Replaced gauge cluster tach and gas gauge crapped out.
Installed mach 460 front and rear.
Installed pioneer 6x8 speakers front and rear
Pioneer deh5800mp stereo
Dual pioneer 10in subs in a custom sub box.
Pioneer amp for subs.

upcoming mods:
3.73 gears
upper and lower control arms
new rear isos
just need to find time to install these lol


Phil II

Cone Destroyer
Very nice. I almost regret my choice of color.

For your suspension improvements, imho you could look into a three link setup. Two ways come to mind. One is buy a complete setup like the MM torque arm and pan hard bar. The other is to use one high quality upper control arm and a panhard bar. That's sometimes called the poor man's three link. Its used by BTM Autosport.
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