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    Hello all! My name is Andrew I drive a 2010 non PP SHO. Currently 74k on the odometer. Picked her up in November 2015 and have been slowly chipping away at building her up with Bpd1151's build as my inspiration. Currently #2 fastest Ecoboost SHO as of this post. 11.391 @ 123.22! Mods are GH turbos, GH IC, Alky Control Meth injection dual nozzle m10 and m5, Zex dry shot nitrous kit, EPP Hotpipes, Airaid intake, UPR dual valve catch, 3 bar, sp542 .028, Derale 16 row 10000 series trans cooler, PP trans cooler, catless downpipes to custom stainless 2.5" double X pipe exhaust with 4" quad tips no cats/resonator/mufflers. H&R Springs with the rear cut to eliminate the rake look, Mickey Thompson 20x9 SC-5 wheels with 1" hubcentric spacers on Continental Extreme Contact DW tires. If some of you would like to see footage from my personal best track time you can view it here.

    Special thanks to Easton Taylor for encouraging me to join. Now off to a job site where there's no cell service. I will have to wait til later to respond to any questions or comments. Thanks guys and I'm happy to be a part of this
     
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    Blahahahahahahah.....welcome to the SHOforum......buckle your seat belt.

    I didn't realize you cut your H&R's, do you by change remember how much you cut?
     
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    I cut just under a half inch for almost another 1" drop.
     
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    Looks like I am cutting my H&R's this weekend.
     
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    Thank you for the pic buddy. Even with my springs I cant stand the rake, and was wondering if some had cut theirs. Little did I know, you of all people had the answer.
     
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    Welcome!:cheers:
     
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    I'm good for something occasionally
     
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    Welcome aboard!
     
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    Thanks buddy!
     
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    How are you measuring that 1/2"? Height of the coil when looking horizontally? It appears it's approximately 75% length of one single coil you cut off in your picture. Thanks for any info.
     
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    Stand it up and measure 1\2 " down and Mark it. It's about twice as much for a drop so 1/2" does an inch. Measure your wheel gap in the front and determine if another 1" is good. It takes a day or two to settle after. It helps to get in the trunk and rock it up and down. You can always cut more, can't add it back so be cautious.
     
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    Ok thats what I figured you meant by 1/2", just wanted to clarify first. Thank you.
     
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    I happen to still have the pieces. It's 10-1/4" of spring I cut to bring 1/2" down from its height. 1010192036_HDR.jpg
     

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