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  • Last Activity: 6/30/16 12:40 AM
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  1. 7/7/16 08:28 PM - permalink
    New to the board and have a wheel set-up question.

    I'm considering a set of Niche Vicenza M153 20x10 40MM offset with 275/35/20's all around on my 2014 GT w/Brembos. I would like to know if you've done any experimenting with this particular set-up on stock springs and lowered down to 1.5" and of course what if any issues were there? Thanks!
  2. 3/18/16 06:02 AM - permalink
    Jay...wondering if you still offer a discount code on your BMR products. I remember a few years ago you did. I'll be looking for LCA relocation brackets when I install the Ford lowering spring kit on my 2012 Boss 302 LS. Thanks!

    Mike
  3. Jay@Hypermotive
    4/10/13 06:56 PM - permalink
    No Sir, price has always been 1599 from the past year I've been a vendor for them. I just put them on along with the WL watts link. I haven't tried it yet as I'm waiting on the METCO LCA's and relo brackets So far I'm very happy with the quality of these.
  4. Mustang259
    4/10/13 03:24 PM - permalink
    Jason I noticed in one of your posts that u recently got a set of GC coil overs to try out.
    Have you had a chance to put them on and try them out yet?
    Also, have they raised the price on these sets, I thought they were 1399? not complaining just wondering.
    Let me know what you think of them when you get a chance.
    Thanks
    Duane
  5. Mustang259
    3/4/13 08:08 AM - permalink
    Jason
    Saw your post in response to my post on coil over by Ground Control, I am trying to determine if the extra 350 bucks is worth it for the coil overs.
    A perf shop guy here locally said that coil overs are better for handling purposes than just a spring shock set up and he mentioned the ground control products, he works mainly on chevy's though, and I just don't know enough to decide between the two systems.
    The biggest fear I have is since the shocks in a coilover are shortened, if you adjust the ride height to close to stock will those shocks work as well or will they wear out faster?
    I really don't want to replace them every 4 years or so.
    The problem I have with just a spring shock set up is the non adjustability, and I have not found a spring height I like yet.
    Have you ran a coil over systems on your cars?
    Thanks for your help.
    Duane
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