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Old 05-19-2015, 08:45 PM   #422
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Originally Posted by white89gt View Post
I know the geometry is slightly different between the SN95 and New Edge, so there might be some bump steer to clear up after the install.
SN-95 and the new edge are basically the same car. AFIK the only difference was the facelift. From what I've heard, Ford own internal documents referred to all 94-2004's as SN-95's. Actually, the original code name for the sn-95's was the fox-4 platform because it was a major overhaul of the original fox but still a fox at it's core, that's why so many parts interchange. At some point Ford decided to change it to sn-95, why, IDK

All fox body cars, and SN-95's have a major bump steer problem from the factory. The problem gets worse when you lower the car. The only real fix is a bump steer eliminator kit.
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