Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: N. Ridgeville, OH
EDIT: I just double checked my MM receipts actually have 325# springs. For some reason I was thinking 350. I recall deciding on the rate based off recommendations for Koni SA's which is 275-375 lb/in.
I used to run 800# conventional springs up front, so I wasn't worried about the 325# C/O. I think the ride is great. Definitely smoother than before and seems to corner just as flat. Plus I'm a 1/2" lower than prior and with my rim offset I think I'd rub the fender lip a lot more with softer springs. If I were able to experiment other rates it would be 350# & 300# but I don't have any regrets with my current setup.
On a side note, I picked up the softer MM front sway bar to install with the MM adjustable rear. I also got a killer deal on a Torsen T2 differential, so I'm excited to see how this stuff plays out next spring.
As for my original question in this post, I've decided to hold off on the rear C/O, race arms and T/A for a while.
1989 Mustang GT
Last edited by TomV; 11-26-2018 at 12:47 PM.
Reason: Updated spring rates