I just lowered my car and noticed it started to be bounce
alot. I installed lowering springs and struts.
I wonder if the suspension is bottoming out on the bump stops or the struts. How much did you lower it? You may have to take it to an alignment / suspension shop and have them look over the install. When I lowered my 2008 Bullitt Mustang an inch I had no issues after having the front end aligned.
I lowored 1.5 I still need the alignment but first I'll be switching the outer tie rods.
What tire size do you have on the Mustang?
All four are 18
What tire size?
Tire size appears not to be the problem. I wonder if a rubber bump stops are bottoming out causing the strut not to travel to its full movement. When I lowered my Mustang just an inch it did ride a little harsher, but it was not very noticeable and it did not feel bouncy at all. Look at the link for what the bumps stops look like.....http://www.americanmuscle.com/frpp-jounce-stops- 0513.html
http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/2005-2010-mustang-gt- tech/186020-2007-gt-lowered-suspension-rear-end-bouncy- squeaks-over-big-bumps.html
I'll have to change the rubber bumps
I hope that fixes it for you. Best of luck with it.
Thank you so much. Every time I drive it seems like if on a jdm haha
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