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Old 05-23-2007, 05:05 PM   #1
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lowering the stang

I'm thinking about lowering my mustang, my only concern is the ride quality. I'm looking at the Steeda Sport Springs on american muscle. It says these particular springs maintain good ride quality. I was wondering if anyone had these on their car and if so, is there a big difference in the way the car rides?
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I say pick up the Bullitt Kit.
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I say pick up the Bullitt Kit.
If he gets true bullitt springs then the car really won't be lowered much.

Are you absolutely sure you don't want the ride of a lowered car, I love mine personally.
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I say pick up the Bullitt Kit.
how many inches will the bullit kit lower it? Is that what you have on yours?
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If he gets true bullitt springs then the car really won't be lowered much.

Are you absolutely sure you don't want the ride of a lowered car, I love mine personally.
Yeah we have one that sits really low, and its too rough riding, i like driving it about once or twice a week, but i dont think i would like it everyday. And it's SHE btw. =)
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The bullitt kit lowers the car about half an inch (maybe a tad more but not much) in the front and about .75 inches in the rear.

You should look for a 600ftlb spring in the front~ and a 300-350ftlb spring in the back. It will ride a bit worse but its not THAT much worse. It will handle much better and in the end that will make it worth it.

Dont spend the coin on steeda springs when ford C springs lower the car the same amount, have the same rate (specific rate) and cost MUCH less.

Install is also very easy.

The C springs will lower the car around 1.1 inches all around with no coils cut. You can remove a coil on the back and a bit on the front to make it sit 1.5 inches lower all around (normally you dont cut springs but on these its not that big of a deal)
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I have BBK on mine and rides great. Its lowered an 1.5" I was too scared to go any lower. I scrub when I go over speed bumps.
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I'm thinking about lowering my mustang, my only concern is the ride quality. I'm looking at the Steeda Sport Springs on american muscle. It says these particular springs maintain good ride quality. I was wondering if anyone had these on their car and if so, is there a big difference in the way the car rides?
PM Kyle. He has the steeda springs on his car. Sits nice. I haven't ridden in it since though...so I can't say much about the ride. Hopefully he can get away long enough to reply.
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Steeda = C springs minus the fact that they cost more~
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Steeda = C springs minus the fact that they cost more~
Which is even more of a reason for him to PM kyle so he can find out what the ride quality is like.
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Which is even more of a reason for her to PM kyle so he can find out what the ride quality is like.
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The bullitt kit lowers the car about half an inch (maybe a tad more but not much) in the front and about .75 inches in the rear.

You should look for a 600ftlb spring in the front~ and a 300-350ftlb spring in the back. It will ride a bit worse but its not THAT much worse. It will handle much better and in the end that will make it worth it.

Dont spend the coin on steeda springs when ford C springs lower the car the same amount, have the same rate (specific rate) and cost MUCH less.

Install is also very easy.

The C springs will lower the car around 1.1 inches all around with no coils cut. You can remove a coil on the back and a bit on the front to make it sit 1.5 inches lower all around (normally you dont cut springs but on these its not that big of a deal)
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Can't get muuch better then that.
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Steeda = C springs minus the fact that they cost more~
i found the c springs on american muscle, MUCH cheaper, and right now they are on sale. thanks! =)
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PM Kyle. He has the steeda springs on his car. Sits nice. I haven't ridden in it since though...so I can't say much about the ride. Hopefully he can get away long enough to reply.
im gonna go with the c springs, since they are $80 cheaper...is your car lowered?
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I have BBK on mine and rides great. Its lowered an 1.5" I was too scared to go any lower. I scrub when I go over speed bumps.
does your car ride rough?
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The bullitt kit lowers the car about half an inch (maybe a tad more but not much) in the front and about .75 inches in the rear.

You should look for a 600ftlb spring in the front~ and a 300-350ftlb spring in the back. It will ride a bit worse but its not THAT much worse. It will handle much better and in the end that will make it worth it.

Dont spend the coin on steeda springs when ford C springs lower the car the same amount, have the same rate (specific rate) and cost MUCH less.

Install is also very easy.

The C springs will lower the car around 1.1 inches all around with no coils cut. You can remove a coil on the back and a bit on the front to make it sit 1.5 inches lower all around (normally you dont cut springs but on these its not that big of a deal)
One more question since you seem to know so much about this..lol will everything i need come with the springs or will i have to order more stuff?
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im gonna go with the c springs, since they are $80 cheaper...is your car lowered?
Mine is lowered, but isn't comparable to yours...mine has a much different suspension.

I would still ping kyle to see what the ride quality is like.
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I went from OEM 2001 stock v6 springs to C springs. Expect 15-20% ride degredation. It really isnt that bad, ask a couple people who have steeda/c springs what their ride is like. It is well worth it for the gain you get IMO.

The only thing you will need is some new isolators if yours are worn out. They are rather cheap at ford. See if ford has them in stock and if they do just go get them if you need them or pick them up before you do the swap and take them back if not needed. Mostly the rear lower isolators wear.

With C springs you will be at or a bit past the limit for the stock car CC plate setup to be able to be aligned. You may suffer wearing the inside of your tires on the front from this.

You will also wear out your stock shocks/struts a bit faster. If you want to you could swap in some tokico mach 1 struts/shocks (under 200 bucks) since the spring install is very much the same as a strut/shock install.

With that said:
C springs
Stock Isolators (if needed)
Shocks/Struts
Maximum Motorsports 4 bolt CC plates

That will do it and do it right, but you dont have to do all of that if you are on a budget. You can just do the springs and get the alignment checked, if they cant align it good then save up for CC plates.

**NOTE** C springs can be cut, some are cut and some are not when you buy them. I am not sure how to know which you order are pre cut (the rears will be pre cut to remove a coil so the car sits even). I could probably tell with a picture of the rear coils. If they are not cut removing a rear full coil and half the front coil (no more than 3/4ths of a coil) will lower you 1.5 inches all around or close to it.

Cutting the coils are very easy, a dremel or cut off wheel can do it in a couple minutes or less. Do not use a torch to cut them springs, only a cutoff wheel or a hacksaw~
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Re: lowering the stang

Also, what is the price of the C springs from AM? I might could get you a slightly better deal through someone I know.
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the springs are on sale at american muscle for $150
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does your car ride rough?

No its rides good. But I would def add in the cost of 4 bolt caster camber plates from maximum motorsports
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Ford Racing Springs (C-Springs) at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

these are the springs...
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i found some cc plates made by UPR, are these as good as maximum motorsports?
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I know maximum motorsports will give you a discount for being a member of M.E. just make sure to tell them your a member. I believe the 4 bolt's give you more adjustability.
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Maximum motor sports CC plates are far better than anything else I have seen on the market. They allow for more adjustment and have a lifetime warranty. I would spend the extra where it counts and pick up a set.
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If one installs C-springs do you need shocks and struts simultaneously?
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You dont need them, I never put new struts/shocks in my 2001 mustang. If your car has high miles and they have not been changed then its a great idea to do so. With the MM cc plates the strut shaft travels the same distance so it shouldnt wear out any faster.
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The only time you really need to replace them is like Spec said....when they are old or when you really drop your car. 1-1.5" and you should be ok...but once you push the 2" mark, you should think about replacement.
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Most dont realize that their shocks/struts are bad if they wear over time, its only after they replace them and they go "OMG I dont believe" that they realize it. Mach 1 tokicos are around 180 bucks front/back and they work good.
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I have a set of C springs laying around if your interested. Put them in at the end of last summer and just switched them out. Should be already settled for ya. Hit me back.
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Also take a look at the bumpsteer kits....the drop from the c-springs isn't too much so there shouldn't be a whole lot of bumpsteer but anytime you lower a car the rack and pinion isn't parallel anymore....this is what causes bumpsteer but will also wear out the inner tie rod ends (aka buying a new rack).
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I have the Steeda Stage I suspension on my '02. It came with the sport springs (I believe), CC plates, strut tower brace, rear sway bar. The strut/shock is KYB adjustables.

The ride is, IMO, better than stock. No bounce or roll. Handles like a slot car in a parking lot. Also, I like the way it sits...except I'd like it to be a bit lower in the rear and am thinking about taking off a 1/4 turn or spring.

I'll put a picture of how it sits on the post (click to enlarge). I think you'd be happy with that package unless you're going for all-out competition.
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75.00 if ya help pay shipping, them springs are heavy. I have to check to make sure that the shop I had swap my suspension still has them. I told them to hang on to them but I'll find out for ya.
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