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Old 12-19-2008, 11:30 PM   #1
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v6 and v8

products like suspension packages work for v8 and v6( the same package)??

some sites said that is for v8 and other sites that work for both of them,

so im not sure
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Re: v6 and v8

The v-8 package has a higher spring rate. So if you have a v8 dont put v6 springs on it.
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Re: v6 and v8

chances are its 100% identical... the weight is not so much different that the rates have to differ mostly. You should check the rates to make sure though. I know ford c springs are for v8 or v6
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Re: v6 and v8

i have a v6 2001 and im looking for a suspension package , some sites sells packages for a v8 and other sells the same package for a v6 and v8

but if a buy a ford racing c spring that lower the car between 1 - 1.25, can i expect the same drop for a v6??
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chances are its 100% identical... the weight is not so much different that the rates have to differ mostly. You should check the rates to make sure though. I know ford c springs are for v8 or v6
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