RacEoHolic330
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RacEoHolic330

I like to dress like a pretty girl, from Allentown, PA

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    1. RacEoHolic330
      RacEoHolic330
      I just used cardboard for all of the angles. Most of it was trial and error. I just made sure that the cardboard was perfect before I traced it out on the wood. I used a sound deadening similar to dynamat in the entire interior of the car. Helped a good amount with road noise.

      I think you also e-mailed me about the coil overs. I think I have 175lb springs. I bought them so long ago that I don't really remember. I had to modify my tokico drag struts for them to fit, but it wasn't a big deal. Caster-camber plates are also needed to install them. Overall, I'm very happy and the car rides MUCH better with them compared to the stock setup.
    2. cobra_stang96
      cobra_stang96
      I was wondering some more about your rear seat delete. How did you get your angles down and lined up, and also did you put any sound deadoning under the delete to cancel out vibrations. thanks buddy
    3. cobra_stang96
      cobra_stang96
      How did you do your rear seat delete if you don't mind tellin me. And what king of carpet did you use
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    Location:
    Allentown, PA
    Occupation:
    Engineer for the power company.
    Car:
    '88 Mustang GT
    snowboarding

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    Eighty Eight black 5.0 Mustang GT
    Dart 331, AFR 185, FTI cam, Comp 76mm turbo, Holley EFI, Cobra IRS, True Forged wheels
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