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Great Group of NASA drivers who are TMO members who race in your State. You can always drop a personal note to CaptDistraction and AZBoss to ask questions about NASA and your car -- both are super knowledgeable. There are many other Arizona TMO Trackrats , so you will have a blast running your GT and always nice to know other Mustang Maniacs in your neighborhood.
SO I finally got around to checking my ride height and it was 24 ½ front and 24 rear (wheel lip to fender), there reverse of what I was looking for. I dropped the front to 24" and the rear went to 24 ¼" I'm thinking due to some weight transfer? Went for a drive it seemed to me a considerable difference in the way the front of the car handled, not as bouncy, more planted.... could ½ make that big a difference or is it just my head thinking it???
Went with SVE wheels and GY SCF1’s, 285’s F and 305’s R, only issue was the fronts were rubbing my FA coil overs, luckily I had 20 mm spacers for now, going to see if I can use something smaller but this will work for alignment tomorrow. Shed almost 10 lbs a corner.
Put JBA Shorty headers (Ceramic Coated) and the Ford Performance X pipe on, love the way it sounds with the stock mufflers. Went the shorty route because I didn't want to take a chance on getting codes thrown with catted long tubes..