I agree about the height. I plan on calling Ford tommorrow and giving my opinion.Kael Pershaw said:Looks like it needs to be about an inch lower. And sonic blue. =)
It was posted over on TheMustangSource, as usual. Check in the Timeline, new pictures show up there periodically. Also the Forums.Stangnut said:Now that's a good "real world" picture! Where'd you find that? Any more?
Did you call about the current Mustang as well? This is par for the course, we have always made springs one of the first modifications for a Stang. Ford has to please more than just the enthusiasts, so I can't say as I blame them for giving it a cushy ride. Easily corrected, and bitching to Ford won't help.Stangnut said:I agree about the height. I plan on calling Ford tommorrow and giving my opinion.
Stangbang said:Ride quality? The Lincoln LS has less wheel well gap, it's mind boggling why Ford after getting a whole new chassis and suspension can't make the car look right. Every other car I see on the road has very little gap between the top of the tire and the fender, heck, most other Fords are better in this regard. Why does the Mustang need 4x4 ride height for ride quality when not even luxury cars do? There's simply no excuse.
It's bad enough they put those awful minivan tires on it, why the hell would they downgrade from the 94-04 tire size? Don't they know using these high profile skinny all season tires will hamper it's handling, braking, and off the line acceleration? Which no doubt, all the magazines will fault it for..