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Hello All,

I still have the original stock springs & shocks on the car (80K miles). Last year I added the KB blower and this year I plan to spend some money on the suspension. The only mod so far related at all to the suspension was welding in the Kenny Brown super sub frame connectors to help stiffen the chassis.

The car is driven regularly in nice weather and is definitely primarily a street car. I want to take it to the drags and autocross a few times this year (it will be the 1st time for both). I have done some research and think I have decided on going with recommendations from Maximum Motorsports. I am very interested in input from other people.

Please let me know if you think I am missing something or if you would suggest something different.

Bilstein HD Sport Shocks/Struts
H&R Super Sport Springs (205-250# Back, 600-720# Front)

MM Caster Camber Plates
MM Panhard Bar
MM Adjustable Lower Control Arms
Ford Upper Control Arms

MM Strut Tower Brace
MM K-Member Brace
New Ford A-arm Assemblies
MM Steering Rack Bushings



I appreciate any help you can offer.

Thanks!

- Dan
 

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One question.... why the ford upper control arms? I would stick with all MM stuff. Or even steeda control arms. Did you install the 90mm MAF on your car. Did you have to rewire the sensor? I was thinking about doing this but kinda leaning towards the 80mm MAF i have now.

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Thanks for your input. I appreciate all the help I can get!

SVTCobraLTD said:
why the ford upper control arms?
MM recommended I use new Ford uppers.



Did you install the 90mm MAF on your car. Did you have to rewire the sensor?
Yes, I installed the MAF when putting the blower on. I got the F150 connector (like $20) from a Ford dealer. Just cut the MAF end off the short wiring harness from the dealer and then cut my stock harness before the MAF connector. Just matched the colors and connected it up. It was not difficult at all.



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