So lets start off with saying where I came from and how I ended up with my mustang. My name's Ben, I come from a really small town in the mountains of NC. I grew up farming, hunting, fishing, dirt bikes, 4 wheelers, all that fun shit. School was a joke for me, ridiculously easy, got accepted to NCSU for Mechanical Engineering. Well I bought a 1999 Tacoma 2wd to drive to college. It was cheap, and when I was done with it really good on gas. I was getting 30mpg on the highway and damn proud of it. I was driving 720 miles home every other weekend so saving on gas was priority #1. Here are some pics of my old Tacoma before it got totalled... damn volvo. Well I had fun with this little truck. Some may say it was riced out or whatever but it was good on gas, handled pretty well for a truck, and was VERY clean. I was meticulous with this truck. After that was wrecked I picked up a '97 240sx from some black guy in Charlotte who bought it of a dude that is well known and respected in the NC 240 community. He blew the motor and dropped in a junkyard motor, fried the chipped ECU's injector driver, blew the turbo, etc etc. Basically he trashed the car. It was a clean shell, mint interior kouki (1/~4700) SE trim without the sunroof. PERFECT! Well I got that car up and running, pulled all the turbo shit off of it and bought a motor off a friend with 195k miles on it.... seems like a lot but I changed all the seals in it and did a valve job, new head gasket, lot of cleaning, etc. Just basically got me back on the road in a clean car. I had that car for a little while, had it back home in the mountains over the winter and hit a patch of ice going around 40 MPH and the rear end came around on me, over corrected, spin around, hit a pole going backwards and totalled the car. Loaded it up on a trailer and took her home where I stripped her down to a bare shell. Pulled EVERYTHING off the car, sold a lot of it. The front end was saved from the wreck thank god and that helped me out. Bought a '95 shell and got to work. Got back on the road with it. I don't have a whole lot of pics of that car but here is one of when it was in halfway decent condition. The paint was SHOT to hell so I traded my stock bumpers and some cash for a Supermade body kit for the car. I wanted something that would sit a little lower on the car. And this inevitably led to paint, decided to paint it myself and I wanted to do it right. Stripped the car down and took the side windows out, did a really good job on the body work. Had over 150 hrs (a lot of learning time in that) in prep work. Got it to this point and I was too busy with school to spend anymore time on the car and parted it out. Anyway sold that car and graduated from NC State. Go wolfpack. Bought a brand new 2012 Mustang GT Premium, Black, Brembos, Comfort Package, 3.73s, Lava Red interior, yada yada. I've had it since this past December and I figure now is the time to start playing with it. I've autocrossed the car, took it to the Drag strip in bone stock trim and ran a 12.74 (this is the first time I've ever took a car to the drag strip BTW) with a reaction time of .095. Pretty good day. Well I really miss having a low car and riding on rails. My black 240 handled like a dream. I had full coilovers, adjustable Rear upper control arms, adjustable toe arms, adjustable tension arms, and adjustable traction arms. The car would hook up really well. I always wanted to slide that car but I never got the chance to as I couldn't afford spare wheels and tires to go sliding. The black 240 was a budget build for sure. The idea with the mustang is to get it low, probably lower it 3" in the rear and 2.5" or so in the front. I'm looking to buy D2 coilovers from a guy that's local. He's actually the North American distributor for D2s so I can get a hookup on the pricing. I could probably get a group buy going if anyone is interested. I had em on my 240 and loved em. I want to get an adjustable panhard bar as well as adjustable lower control arms. I think I need an upper control arm as well to correct the rear suspension geometry but I'm hoping someone can correct me on this. Basically guys I'm just looking for some advice to get my car setup to hit up a few local events where I'm not going to push the car hard or hit any walls.