looks great definitely need to throw some spacers on there but great car good job
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- Ben Terry, StanceWorks
Originally Posted by PavelK313
It's ok, I hate yours also.
Originally Posted by nthusiastt
This is Stanceworks... Keyword Stance.. In any case though. Great looking car!
We are about half inch from the front crossmember touching ground. Another round of bag design is scheduled for next week and we may just make it!
Again, this car is running 275/30R19 on 9.5" wide wheels all around so the tires may stop progress before mother earth gets involved.
Thanks for the compliment!
As for the wheels...I knew some of you guys would not approve. To be frank, I'm a performance guy, not so much a fitment freak. I wanted a square set-up with some light wheels that a guy that had four kids to feed could afford! This car is heading to the track as soon as Michigan gets back to warm where the wheel/tire combo will really shine. I do, however, agree that some spacers and a fender roll in back is in my future!!
The drop is achieved with a bolt-on kit that requires no modifications to the car and has 30 levels of proper damping adjustment, camber plates in front and threaded bodies for further adjustment of drop height balance. If anyone has an interest in learning more about this kit, feel free to hit me up!
Thanks for the replies, suggestions, and compliments all. I really appreciate it.
I finished 7th fastest out of 85 car at the Motorstate Challenge track event at Gingerman Raceway in our 2005 Mustang GT with a mere 300hp up against 500+ HP monster cars. My usual lap times when out testing put me in line with regular race cars.all on bags.
We understand how to use bags, proper damping and understanding of suspension geometry to make it work as good as any normal coil over system. If you want a dedicated track car, them go get a dedicated track suspension. Our is designed to do well at the track yet not beat you up on the way home and still let you get over any speed bump.
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