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Discussion in '2011-2014 V6 Mustang Tech' started by GreenStang13, Apr 25, 2014.

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    MMD ducktail spoiler & navigation on order. Also have some other new additions that I am thinking about.
     
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    Did you replace your front fascia or add on to it?
     
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    It's a add on by Stillen
     
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    I am on the fence about something. Should I change out the wheels for 20's all round probably a 5 spoke design? Or should I put a wider & taller tire on the rear? Let me hear what you guys think.

    Just to point out I went with the 18's when I did the brakes so they fill out the wheels. But they are a ***** to clean.
     
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    Imo, I love five spoke style wheels, but 20" is just a tad too large for my taste, it'd look good with fatter back tires though that doesn't make cleaning the wheels any easier hah
     
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    This would be the wheel. 20's will fill the fender a little better than the 18's image.jpg
     
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    Honestly, I think the car looks fine as is with the 18s
     
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    I like your setup as is. I can understand why the 20s are appealing on your chassis, but I'm the kind of guy that likes seeing a lot of performance tire. There is definitely a performance penalty for the bigger wheels too.

    What is your current tire(s)?

    Case in point:
    275/35-18 3.79" sidewall
    275/40-18 4.33"
    285/35-18 3.93"
    285/40-18 4.49"
     
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    They are 275/40's on the rear.
     
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    What should I do to my 2014 auto v6 on a budget what do you think about coil overs what king should I use
     
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    I wouldn't really consider coilover s as on a Budget, budgets is springs only or cut springs lol
    Coilovers are expensive :p
     
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    I try to wait for the cash to do it right the first time. Minimizes double spending.
     
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    So your tires are nearly 27" tall. How much fender gap remains? You do need some of that for suspension travel.
     
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    The back has the most obviously. I have looked at the NT555R 305/40 But then you start getting into a tire that may get me 15k.