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    will this work

    I want to lower it but dont want a hard rough ride and do not want to make it to stiff for the drag strip. Right now I have stock springs and shocks on my 01 WS6. I was thinking about QA1 shocks and springs on the front so I could adjust the front end up and down and in the back a pair of Hotchkis springs,and leave the factory shocks.I heard they were least stiff lowering springs.Anyone have a set up like this or close to it.I have changed already most everything else.

    01 WS6,custom comp 228/236,588/578,114,ported/polished factory heads,manley racemaster valves,comp titanium retainers,978 dual valve springs,hardend pushrods,msd,ngk,slp bellows,slp mass air flow,coolant bypass,160 stat,arp hardware,mac headers/ory/magnaflow catback,3400 midwest stall,B&M cooler,full BMR chrome moly susp package,DTS 12 bolt,DTS support cover,3.73's,BMR driveshaft safety loop,strut bar,optima,K&N,SLP air box,BG ram air,BMR subframe conn.Mustang Dyno tuned at 393 rwhp, 352 torque.
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    maybe get the QA1 rear shocks as well. that way, you can adjust ride comfort all around.

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    Thanks for the info.

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