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Old 04-21-2014, 08:07 PM   #1
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Lower my mustang

I'm wanting to but my Eibach lowering springs for my car. Are the springs all I need?
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Yeah, best spring on the market
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should get shocks and struts and cc plates
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Is that necessary to lower it or just help with the handling?
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Which Eibach springs? The Sportlines are gonna need shocks/struts and CC plates at least. The Pro kit you could get away with the stock ones for a while.
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I got mine just whit eibach pro kit springs and it feels good and handling is good to
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They are the pro kit
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What goal are you looking for out of the springs? Do you want the car to handle better or is it just for looks? Personally I would go with shocks/struts and cc plates to help smooth the ride out and get a decent alignment.
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cc plates for alignment.i would add spring isolators too.
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