2006 H&R Springs FMJ Ford Mustang GT review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 20 February 2007 , 07:02:38 byAlina

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H&R Springs FMJ Ford Mustang GT

The 2006 H&R FMJ Ford Mustang GT made its world debut at the 2006 SEMA Show, enjoying great success. The FMJ stands for "Full Metal Jacket" which was inspired by the 1960s movie Bullitt and its namesake Ford Mustang. The car model boasts a number of styling cues, including the California front spoiler featuring custom purpose built front splitter and the custom black satin finish Shelby billet grille. While an integral LED brake light has been seamlessly incorporated into the rear of the awesome all-glass Glassback roof, a carbon fiber rear lip hides the factory third brake light. Concerning the power upgrades, they comprise hi-flow catalysts featuring Flowmaster mufflers, a stainless steel H-pipe, an MRT cold air intake as well as a re-calibrated engine control computer, thus ensuring peak performance. Sway bars which minimize body roll and increase traction in the turns, together with premium suspension have been developed by H&R, elevating the "FMJ" handling into a league of its own. Allowing both front and rear ride height adjustment, the specially designed height adjustable H&R coil overs for the Mustang GT provide unmatched comfort and performance for the driver and passengers. Bright orange painted calipers create a nice accent and provide a good indicator of the stopping potential hidden within.
Furthermore, the interior modifications show dark brown stressed leather and diamond stitch pattern on the seats, door panels, and center console, while optimum sound imaging is given by the Pioneer Premier Audio system.