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post #1 of 14 Old 04-30-2002, 01:42 AM Thread Starter
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Cool who has pictures of their lowered gt

i'm trying find out if 1.5" lowered pony is sufficient for an 02 gt. pictures of a lowered gt
will great any height. i want to lower my 4x4 02 gt

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my car steeda sport springs which i believe are a 1.25 inch drop. i honestly wouldn't want mine to be any lower since it's a daily driver.

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Is my 02 with Steeda Sport Springs. Feels smoother than the stock springs, definatlly leave the isolators on as well for a good ride.
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FMS "C" springs, IMHO are the only spring that a 99+ guy should use it looks perfect, just cut one Coil in the back to make it sit level and it will look awesome.

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Your car looks great. Is the only thing you did to it is cut the rearss 1 full coil. Are you still using the isolators and are you still running the stock shocks and struts. I am looking for about the same looking drop and thats why i want to know exactly what you did to yours, thanks
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Thanks SR77. Yep all I did was cut one full Coil off the rear. Everything else is stock.

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Pics are kind of big but here's mine with H&R Supersports. 1.75" drop in the front, 1.6" drop in the rear. It too is a daily driver
When I took the pics I didnt notice the setting on the camera so the pics are really big (if you use IE the pics fit to page). I'll take some new pics soon, but the before pics might be a little hard to retake.

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http://theloft.homeip.net/pics/car_s...e_Lowering.jpg

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http://theloft.homeip.net/pics/car_s...r_Lowering.jpg

Theres some other pics on the site of my friends 94GT with Eibach Pro springs installed. (Yellow 94GT)

http://theloft.homeip.net/pics/car_stuff

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Talking THANKS FOR THE PICTURES

Thanks for those who replied to my topic,your stangs look good lowered. I like "SLIDERGT" bright red GT it the profile
i want. my car 02 so application vary to years. SLIDERGT you use the "c" springs. what actual drop in inches and any
problems???? shocks&struts????
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Hey PYRT cool looking stang,what springs did you use and how many ???? look good
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