So I've got a 2000 mustang and the roads around here are absolute shit, it keeps scraping the ground while driving down the road. Is there any suspension kit I can put on it that'll make it ride a little higher off the ground?
>factory off-road stance
>want to go higher
its not the roads, its you driving 70mph over bumps. Factory suspension is super soft on these cars. You're not scraping, youre just bottoming it out. Put stiffer springs in it.
it's dragging the undercarriage
You're incorrect, it's dips and high spots in the pavement scraping on the underside of the car. I know the difference between the suspension bottoming out and the sound of metal scraping on pavement, this is the latter.
I drove an absolutely awful SN95 on the worst roads in Canada. We're talking potholes almost as big as your mom. It was stock, and never bottomed out or scraped.
There's something wrong with you car mechanically. Maybe the shocks are blown or something
No, it's still pretty stiff, you guys just don't seem to understand how shitty some of these roads are. I scrape at five miles an hour, there's just that deep of valleys in the road.
look into some sort of coil spacers. You probably won't be able to go more than 1-2 inches without throwing off the camber a lot. Also look into different coil springs
look up what you have here and find something with the same end styles and either a stiffer rate or taller uncompressed length.
as others have said, taller tires would help too