Re: Lowering Springs
You have to remember, you get what you pay for...your friend may have had no issues with his, but that doesn't mean you won't. Plus, 2.5-3" is going to slam that ***** down. If you have a chin spoiler you're not going anywhere to eat, lol.
If you really want to save money, look into some economy springs through places like Latemodel Restoration or UPR. They have companies like Eibach make them springs and basically don't label them with their name. They run about $169 compared to $229 or $249. They offer a 1.5" drop which is noticeable, unlike the c-springs.
As said, you'll want CC plates for alignment and possibly new shocks/struts to handle the change in spring rates. It's best to do it right and not cause problems to your suspension and tires.
Contact John@NQS Performance, he's a site sponsor and can hook you up with CC plates and other suspension components.
12 Black GT500 SVT PP l 2.6 Pulley/Idler l Airaid l o/r X l 305 NT555R's l Recaros l
04 Azure Blue Mach 1 / 03 Sonic Blue 3.8 / 14 Sterling Grey F150 FX4 402A 5.0 / 11 GT500 R.I.P.