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Corners so much better than stock, I have 20mm spacers on front also. This car should come from factory like this as standard.
Along with a higher MSRP.

But I would venture a guess that most buyers would likely opt for a less expensive vehicle without them ... which is why they aren't standard and why there are so many aftermarket options.
 
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Along with a higher MSRP.

But I would venture a guess that most buyers would likely opt for a less expensive vehicle without them ... which is why they aren't standard and why there are so many aftermarket options.
Yeah most buyers you are probably correct. It is just a much better car now imo
 

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Yeah most buyers you are probably correct. It is just a much better car now imo
That's what so great about these -- you can mod them to suit what you want or need without paying for (too much) that you won't need.

Glad you are happy with your changes!
 

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Corners so much better than stock, I have 20mm spacers on front also. This car should come from factory like this as standard.

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Did you notice any weight difference with the coilovers vs stock? I want to say on the S550 forum they said coilovers were worth like 5 to 10 pounds in weight reduction per corner.
 


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Did you have to cut the upper hole to adjust camber better?
 
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Did you have to cut the upper hole to adjust camber better?
Pedders told me to move the bolts to the center so you can adjust without cutting a hole. Haven't tried it yet, if that doesn't work the I will have to cut the hole out, trying to avoid that
 
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Did you have to cut the upper hole to adjust camber better?
Did you notice any weight difference with the coilovers vs stock? I want to say on the S550 forum they said coilovers were worth like 5 to 10 pounds in weight reduction per corner.
It did fill lighter not sure about true wight difference
 

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How do you feel about the quality of the parts? I seen them at an interesting price point, but research showed them not being an "improvement" over stock on a lot of other platforms. I was curious of your experience.
 
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How do you feel about the quality of the parts? I seen them at an interesting price point, but research showed them not being an "improvement" over stock on a lot of other platforms. I was curious of your experience.
This is the first set I ever bought and installed myself so I don't have anything to compare them to. The build quality is there on the coil overs and springs, rear shocks maybe not so much. The ride quality far outweighs the stock for 1400 dollars so I'm happy for now. I wanted billstein but didn't want to drop the 2k and all the reviews for pedders was really good on american muscle.
 

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This is the first set I ever bought and installed myself so I don't have anything to compare them to. The build quality is there on the coil overs and springs, rear shocks maybe not so much. The ride quality far outweighs the stock for 1400 dollars so I'm happy for now. I wanted billstein but didn't want to drop the 2k and all the reviews for pedders was really good on american muscle.
I appreciate the feedback. I seen the Holden guys love them.
 

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and all the reviews for pedders was really good on american muscle.
well, consider the source. Ford doesn't know what good suspension looks like, let alone the masses that shop at AM. If you want ACTUALLY good suspension your best entry point is Ohlins for 3 clams.

But the Pedders and all the other Chinese knock-offs that go under different names, differentiated mostly by color, are a decent enough starting point. The spring rates are quite a bit off from ideal (high spring masks bad damping) and they lower the car too much even at their highest setting. But as a pile of parts to rip apart and revalve and respring CORRECTLY, it's hard to beat.
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