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Sweet! Looks great man!

DO IT!
 

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If it's the look you want do it.

If it's driveability you want. don't.

There is a thread here that discusses the issue, basically there is such a thing as too low, ironically the FRPP package is lower than the recommended of Ford's engineering designers. The Steeda lowering package is within the recommended spec.

I'm leaving mine as is, it handles extremely well. Reportedly better than the Shelby GT on the Miller track.
 

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Well, it says planned, real or imagined. So I just imagined this one. I do like lowered but realistically I’m leaving this car alone. Any mods will be slight. Maybe some strut tower covers or things of that nature.
I would like to build a go fast Stang But the Bullitt I’m leaving alone. Thank you all.
 

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Rockola said:


Well, it says planned, real or imagined. So I just imagined this one. I do like lowered but realistically I’m leaving this car alone. Any mods will be slight. Maybe some strut tower covers or things of that nature.
I would like to build a go fast Stang But the Bullitt I’m leaving alone. Thank you all.
I'm with you. Leaving mine alone. In 20 years from now unmodified Bullitts may fetch a premium, if we're willing to part with them.:D
 

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I scratched the underside of mine on a curb, even with the ample stock height. I'm not lowering mine.

 

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