How-To Install Ford FR3 Handling Pack Ford Mustang Motorz #44

Chris Duke of Motorz TV shows you how to lower a 2008 Ford Mustang GT (S197) using a FR3 handling pack from Ford Racing. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE: Show notes: Website: Facebook: Twitter:

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How to Properly Lower your Ford Mustang! -
We take you through the basic Suspension components on your Ford Mustang and how you can upgrade them, When it comes to your Mustang you definitely don't want to overlook the suspension. The Ford Mustang was never built to handle well on back-roads, besides the Boss 302 and more so was built for straight line racing! However, upgrading your suspension can absolutely help you achieve your goals no matter what your Mustang is built for. Upgrading your Ford Mustangs lowering springs and struts will allow for a lower center of gravity, better handling, improved nose dive and better braking! Lowering Springs: SR Performance Lowering Springs 05-14: SR Performance Lowering Springs 79-04: Struts: 11-14 Koni Strut SRT.T Strut: 11-14 Koni Strut STR.T Shock: 05-10 Koni Strut STR.T Strut: 05-10 Koni Strut STR.T Shock: 94-04 Koni Strut STR.T Strut: 94-04 Koni Strut STR.T Shock: ---------------------------------------------------------------- Make sure to Follow AmericanMuscle for the latest Ford Mustang news, videos, pictures and content! SUBSCRIBE at Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Instagram: is your aftermarket Mustang authority! We carry a huge selection of aftermarket Ford Mustang performance parts and styling accessories. With free shipping within the United States and best price-matching and customer service in the industry, we have you covered for your latemodel 1979-2015 Ford Mustangs. Make sure to talk to one of our Mustang Experts if you have any questions or want help planning your Mustang project or Mustang build!

2005-2014 Ford Mustang Lowering Springs Installation
Learn how easy it is to Install a set of 2005-2014 Mustang lowering springs by watching our short video. Mustang Lowering kits make your car look mean and will improve the handling and cornering ability of your car on the street. See All of our Mustang lowering spring kits here: Part # used for this installation on 2013 Ford Mustang V6 Eibach 32125.14 - Available here: Benefits: These lowering spring kits offer the following benefits over stock. High Performance Handling Lower Center Of Cravity Stop Quicker Corner faster Progressive Spring Rate For Excellent Ride Quality Lowers Front Approximately 1.3" Lowers Rear Approximately 1.5" Million Mile Warranty We offer kits from Eibach, BBK, Steeda, Ford Racing and more. Mustang lowering springs will work fine with your stock struts and shocks or aftermarket high performance dampers. Visit Our Website: V8opotamus

How to Install Air Lift Suspension, ProCharger Ford Mustang Motorz #78
Chris Duke from Motorz shows you how to install an Air Lift Suspension System, SSBC Brakes, ProCharger Supercharger, Magnaflow Exhaust, and more. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE: "Mustang Muscle" Show notes: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Related Episode "Mustang Restyling"

Mustang Eibach Sportline Coil Spring Set 2011-2014 Installation
Product Link: 2011-2013/p/EBS19/ In this video, Bill & the crew at CJ's will show you how to install this Eibach Sportline Coil Spring Set on your 2011-2014 V6 and GT Mustangs and 2012-2013 Boss 302 Mustang from the comfort of your own shop or garage! It's the extreme-performance spring set created for those who crave a race-car attitude for maximum street performance, with the lowest possible drop. For installation, begin by removing the strut tower brace and remove your wheels. Then, remove the original strut from one side of the front of the car, and then the spring from that strut assembly. Make sure to follow Bill's instructions in the video. Take the old isolator and put them on the new Eibach spring, and then install this new spring on the strut. Next, you'll reinstall the strut assemblies and the wheel. Once this is completed, you can complete this same process on the other side of the car, and then reinstall the strut tower brace. Now you can move on to the rear springs, by first removing the axle and bolts for the rear shocks. Remove the original springs and replace the original bump stops with the shorter Eibach bump stop. Place the old isolators on the new springs and install these into place on your Mustang. Return the bolts and reconnect the sway bar. Total installation should take around two hours. Check out more Mustang Springs from CJ's here: Check out more Eibach parts from CJ's here: Subscribe to CJ Pony Parts on YouTube here: