Does anyone know the difference in the shock and strut package between the LS and the base boss? What would be an upgrade for a base boss?
It will also fit 2011-2013 GT Mustangs when used in combination with Ford Racing Springs and M-18183-C upper strut mounts (sold separately).
NFSBOSS said:I'm not sure. I used MM camber plates and they are not needed with aftermarket plates. For what you're looking to do I'd be looking elsewhere. For me it was a no brainer as I was able to sell my stock dampers and springs for close to what the new ones cost. I was installing the camber plates so the additional labor for install was almost nothing.
Yes Gary has the same setup as do a couple of other members. There's more adjustability with these dampers and they stiffen up more than the stock ones. I'm new to all of this but for me there's less body roll and brake dive which has a lot to do with the springs. For the dampers the car is more in control and gets upset less. Overall there's less movement and more control yet still provides a good enough ride for the street. If you're going racing I'd go straight to coilovers.darreng505 said:So you have those shocks/struts and use them with the MM camber plate?
I'm looking to upgrade from the OEM struts/stocks to an adjustable (either double adjustable or single adjustable with two-way response which is what the FR ones are) as an intermediate step to a race-worthy rig (still a ways off from that).
NFSBOSS said:If you're going racing I'd go straight to coilovers.
I agree with Rick on this Darren. No since spending money on something that you know isn't your end goal. I did this a lot on my GT and it cost me a lot more in the end. Koni yellows are a great improvement as well.darreng505 said:Yeah. I go back on forth on this. I'll be in HPDE still another full season before competition racing begins. Need something to tide me over maybe....lol
NFSBOSS said:There's not enough difference between the two to bother with upgrading. You'll want to go a bit further and spend less money.
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