Questions about this Spring/TA/PHB/SB combo? Opinions Please?
Hi All & thanks for the help!
After doing some reading here I decided that a PHB/TA was the way to go. I am on a budget and have pieced together a MM T/A (MMTA-1) & a Kenne Brown PHB. After reading the install instructions I had a plate made to bolt to the spare tire well instead of using the fender washer setup for the phb. I have a stock 98 GT sway bars, FRPP "C" springs, BBK UCA/LCA's (I can leave the uppers out after this right?), and 3.73's on a 98 vert. This is my daily driver and *might* see some track time eventually. I don't plan on going much past 400hp/400tq. I'm at 300/300 2v now with a 100shot kit in the garage.
Here are the questions:
Will I need to change out the rear springs?
The rears are 200/300. does 200/300 mean progressive rate? seems like from what I've been reading, that I'll need 350+ ? or would it make more sense to go coil over? If coil over is there a good entry level kit?
Is there a decent budget damper that can be used or do I need Koni/bilstien adjustables?
Will I still need them? I've read conflicting things on this.
Any other suggestions/pointers/tips would be GREATLY appreciated All! Is there any info that I've not put in here that would be relevant?
98 Vert: C Heads, Teksid, Coyote crank=4.75L, Manley rods, Custom DSS Pistons (11:1), 98 Intake cams, 01 Cobra intake+1/2" spacer, On3 FF+MP 70mm .63 AR, Snow Stage 2, J&S Vampire, Bilstein C/O fronts, UPR K W/MM Arms, 04 Cobra Rack, 98 T45+Tri-ax, 04 IRS+MM+FTBR, 3.55 Yukon, 2000 R Brembos+factory rears, Goodridge lines, 18x9.5 '09 GT500s, 6pt MM Bar. Thanks: My Mustang Gal, my Boys, NASVT, The Car Guy/Chandler Automotive Machine Services in Chandler AZ and my Buds
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