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2007 Ford Mustang GT
Niche Targa Front: 20x8.5 +35 Rear: 20x10 +40 | Nitto Nt555 G2 Front: 255/35 Rear: 285/30 | Eibach Lowering Springs

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Do 20x8.5 +35 wheels on 255/35 tires fit on a 2007 Ford Mustang RWD with Eibach Lowering Springs?

Yes they do! This 2007 Ford Mustang RWD is running Niche Targa 20x8.5 wheels, Nitto Nt555 G2 255/35 tires with Eibach Lowering Springs suspension, and needs No Modification and has No rubbing or scrubbing. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this 2007 Ford Mustang, the stance is Nearly Flush. Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running None in front and None in rear.

** We always recommend finding a couple vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is solely based on the owner of this vehicle. Although we review every gallery page, there are so many variables we cannot verify every fitment is possible or accurate. However, if all the other kids are doing it, IT MUST FIT!!

All gallery pages & information are added by the owners, or representatives of the owners of the vehicles. Custom Offsets LLC is not responsible or liable for the information posted on this site. Use at your own risk & always find multiple sources to confirm your wheel, tire, & suspension kit buying decision. 0 views.

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2007 Ford Mustang GT
XXR 521 Front: 18x8.5 +25 Rear: 18x10 +25 | Michelin Pilot Sport Front: 255/45 Rear: 275/45 | SR Performance Lowering Springs

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Do 18x8.5 +25 wheels on 255/45 tires fit on a 2007 Ford Mustang RWD with SR Performance Lowering Springs?

Yes they do! This 2007 Ford Mustang RWD is running XXR 521 18x8.5 wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 255/45 tires with SR Performance Lowering Springs suspension, and needs No Modification and has No rubbing or scrubbing. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this 2007 Ford Mustang, the stance is Nearly Flush. Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running None in front and None in rear.

** We always recommend finding a couple vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is solely based on the owner of this vehicle. Although we review every gallery page, there are so many variables we cannot verify every fitment is possible or accurate. However, if all the other kids are doing it, IT MUST FIT!!

All gallery pages & information are added by the owners, or representatives of the owners of the vehicles. Custom Offsets LLC is not responsible or liable for the information posted on this site. Use at your own risk & always find multiple sources to confirm your wheel, tire, & suspension kit buying decision. 149 views.

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There is nothing like the aggressive look of a car with the right stance! Over time, stock springs sag, get rusty, and simply wear out. BMR Suspension believes the right springs go beyond looks—your S197 needs to perform, too! All BMR springs are manufactured from chrome silicon high-tensile spring ...
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There is nothing like the aggressive look of a car with the right stance! Over time, stock springs sag, get rusty, and simply wear out. BMR Suspension believes the right springs go beyond looks—your S197 needs to perform, too! All BMR springs are manufactured from chrome silicon high-tensile spring ...
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***SCRATCH & DENT*** BMR Suspension's scratch and dent products usually have minor to moderate aesthetic defects. Due to the cost of stripping and recoating, BMR has chosen to leave the parts as-is and sell them at a discounted price. There is nothing like the aggressive look of a car with the ...
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SCRATCH & DENT-Lowering Springs, Front, 1.5" Drop, Drag, GT

***SCRATCH & DENT*** BMR Suspension's scratch and dent products usually have minor to moderate aesthetic defects. Due to the cost of stripping and recoating, BMR has chosen to leave the parts as-is and sell them parts at a discounted price. There is nothing like the aggressive look of a car with...
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Eibach Springs (sportline) installation for my 2006 Mustang GT

2007 Ford Mustang GT
Varrstoen Es2 Front: 19x9.5 +30 Rear: 19x10.5 +22
Ohtsu Fp8000 Front: 235/40 Rear: 275/40
Eibach Lowering Springs

That_ricestang's 2007 Ford Mustang RWD
Photography by: jh_husserphotography
Varrstoen Es2 Front: 19x9.5 +30 Rear: 19x10.5 +22

Wheels
Varrstoen Es2 - Black
Front: 19x9.5
Offset: +30
Backspacing: 6.4
Stance: Flush
Rear: 19x10.5
Offset: +22
Backspacing: 6.6
Stance: Poke
Tires
Ohtsu Fp8000
Front:
235/40
26.4"x9.3"
Rear:
275/40
27.7"x10.8"
Details
Suspension: Lowering Springs

Suspension Brand: Eibach

Rubbing: Slight rub at full turn

Front Wheel Spacers: 0.25" See Pricing

Rear Wheel Spacers: 0.25" See Pricing

Details: Carbon fiber wrapped trunk and hood, full exhaust, intake and tune. Cervinis bumper, upper and lower grill.

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Do 19x9.5 +30 wheels on 235/40 tires fit on a 2007 Ford Mustang RWD with Eibach Lowering Springs?

Yes they do! This 2007 Ford Mustang RWD is running 19x9.5 +30 wheels, 235/40 tires with Eibach Lowering Springs suspension, and needs No Modification and has Slight rub at full turn. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this 2007 Ford Mustang, the stance is Flush. Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running 0.25" in front and 0.25" in rear.

** We always recommend finding a couple vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is solely based on the owner of this vehicle. Although we review every gallery page, there are so many variables we cannot verify every fitment is possible or accurate. However, if all the other kids are doing it, IT MUST FIT!!


All gallery pages and information are added by the owners, or representatives of the owners of the vehicles. Custom Offsets LLC is not responsible or liable for the information posted on this site. Use at your own risk and always find multiple sources to confirm your wheel, tire, and suspension kit buying decision. 84 views.

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Mustang springs lowering 2007 gt

2007 Ford Mustang GT - Steeda Suspension Install

| How-To - Chassis and Suspension

Lowering an S197 Mustang GT for the proper look and performance on the street and strip.

Image is everything and achieving the right stance with your Mustang is important. Sure there are performance advantages with lowering a vehicle's center of gravity, but getting the right look goes a long way, too. And when you can achieve both, it's a win-win.

But how low do you go? Of course, the choice is yours and the aftermarket has plenty of options to meet the most extreme needs to the mildest desires. This month, we take an '07 Mustang GT and lower it on the milder side to give it a better stance, and hopefully a little better performance.

We are aiming for a mild stance adjustment because this S197 is a daily driver, and we don't want to diminish the ride quality. Like everything else, there are compromises, and slamming your Stang on the ground can certainly affect ride quality negatively due to a reduction in suspension travel and the super-stiff springs. Normally, the shorter springs used to lower the car tend to be stiffer, thus making the ride harder, but with a properly matched set of dampers and alignment to match, you'll still be rolling with an appropriate ride quality.

The big advantage comes when you are putting the car through turns and/or hard braking, as it keeps the body more level and offers better cornering performance. Our test car isn't used for road racing or autocross events, but more street performance with some drag racing thrown in the mix. The biggest challenge for us was to find a set of springs that offered a lowered stance, but could also handle the pothole-ridden streets of New York, where your author resides. We turned to Steeda Autosports for direction in navigating through its suspension packages.

Scott Boda of Steeda was armed with our intentions of a better look, without a reduction in ride quality. He recommended Steeda Sport Springs, designed to lower the car approximately 1 inch in the front and 1.25 inches in the rear. We did inform Boda of our intentions to do some drag racing, and noted that we wanted to add rear trailing arms (otherwise known as control arms) and a stiffer Panhard bar. He cautioned that if we were serious about drag racing, then he would stick with the softer stock springs. The vehicle's ability to transfer weight to the back tires when on the dragstrip would be hampered with stiffer-than-stock-springs and a lower ride height.

This Mustang is more of a time-trial hero than drag-racing legend, so we made the decision to go for the better look with the lowering springs. In fact, most S197 Stangs (especially ones with an automatic transmission) can hook really well with just good tires, so lowering the car should have no affect on strip performance.

The S197 features a three-link suspension with a single upper arm and two lower control arms. A Panhard bar helps prevent lateral movement of the housing. Adding stronger control arms with stiffer bushings helps rigidity in the suspension department, and thus better performance on the street and strip.

Steeda has nearly a dozen options when it comes to rear trailing arms and Panhard bars. It offers arms made of mild steel, chromoly, and even billet-aluminum, and then you can add in adjustable and non- adjustable options, along with bushing and solid mounts. As a quick overview of the choices—bushing-style control arms will offer the best ride since the bushing helps negate the road noise and feel rather than transferring it through the car like a solid-mounted (Heim-joint) set of arms. Adjustable control arms allows for pinion angle/instant center adjustments for optimum traction.

Steeda made it easy for us to select the proper suspension parts because it has pre-arranged bundles. We chose the Stage 1 Drag Pak that is designed for '05-'10 Mustangs and retails for approximately $579.95. The package includes adjustable upper and lower control arms, along with an adjustable street Panhard bar.

The control arms feature bushings rather than the extreme Heim-joints like on the racier options. That will keep a nice ride quality, but still offer better performance due to the stiffer-than-stock bushing.

The adjustable Panhard bar (in length) is required because when you lower the car, the rear end shifts left. We used the four-post lift at JPC to adjust the Panhard bar and get the rear housing perfectly centered once the installation was finished.

“Lowering the car also effects the pinion angle,“ says Justin Burcham of JPC Racing, who handled the installation of the Steeda Sport Springs and Drag Pak on our S197 Mustang. He continues, “The rear end stays fixed when you lower the car, but the pinion moves upward, which effectively takes pinion angle out of the car—not a lot of angle, but it does move.“ The adjustable upper control is generally shortened to drop the nose of the housing and retain proper pinion angle.

Not included in the Steeda drag racing package are relocation brackets, and Burcham wanted to add a set during our installation. “The relocation brackets change the angle of the rear lower control arms, which changes the instant center of the car and affects how hard the tire plants into the track. The chassis is basically like a balance beam, and the relocation brackets allow you to change the pivot point—or lift point—of the rear suspension,“ he says.

The installation took approximately one day and having a lift definitely made it easier. One element that makes this installation harder for the average enthusiast is the Steeda relocation brackets—each one must be welded into place. Outside of that, the springs install without drama, and the control arms and Panhard bar are what you'd expect. The JPC technicians took many measurements to ensure the control arms were equal in length to the factory control arms, and the rear end was centered in the car, along with the wheels sitting center in the wheel openings.

On the street, we are very happy to report the ride quality is just as Boda and Steeda explained to us. We're not going to say it's exactly like stock because that would be bending the truth. But in our opinion, the car drives and handles exceptionally well for being lowered.

The stiffer control arms and stronger bushings do transmit some vehicle noise, but nothing that is terrible and certainly within acceptable limits. Trust us, we've driven it all on these streets—from full-on drag race cars to many modified street Mustangs, including Fox-body models. Overall we'd say the Sport Springs and Stage 1 Drag Pak pass our stringent standards for use in the New York metropolitan area, especially when compared to other suspension components out there.

On the dragstrip, our car regularly runs 11.20s at 123 mph, and 60-foot times average in the 1.55 to 1.57 range. We didn't better our best time of 11.23 or our quickest 60-foot clocking of 1.54. Like all dragstrip testing, track conditions and weather has to be factored in to results, and we feel that is what affected the results this time around.

The car's best times have always come later in the season, when the air is optimal. We tested these modifications at Atco Raceway in early September. The oppressive summer heat was gone, but the temperatures were still in the mid-80s. Last year we ran our best times with this car when the temps were in the low 70s. That said, this Mustang is deadly consistent as it ran—with the Steeda modifications—11.27 at 122 mph with a 1.56 60-foot time in the hotter weather conditions.

On track the car was flying, and we were enjoying the lowered look but there was something missing—new wheels! We added Shelby GT500 wheels four years ago, when we changed to the Ford Racing GT500 Brembo brake package, and it was time for a fresh appearance.

There actually wasn't too much thinking in the matter as the author instantly gravitated towards AmericanMuscle.com AMR wheels. The charcoal AMRs seem to be a crowd favorite for the '11-present Mustang, but we haven't seen any on earlier S197 models ('05-'09).

AmericanMuscle's online ordering is easy and we clicked away at the order form. The company shipped staggered fitment AMR 19-inch wheels wrapped in General G-Max tires. Up front, the tires are 245/45R19 and are mounted on 19x8.5 inch AMR wheels. In the rear, the G-Max tires are 275/40R19 and the wheels are 19x9.5 inches.

AmericanMuscle makes it super easy to swap tires with complementary mounting and balancing, tire pressure sensors, and a DVD on how to calibrate the new sensors to your car's PCM. We didn't change the overall height of the tire size, so we didn't need to recalibrate the speedometer.

After one day's worth of work, a trip to the track, hundreds of street miles logged, and hours of staring at the car, we are confident in saying our '07 Mustang GT sits just right, drives smoothly, and continues to mow down the competition.

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