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Old 02-02-2015, 09:16 PM   #1
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Just picked up a set of steeda competition springs for basically nothing and was wondering if anyone here is running them and what their thoughts are on them.

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Old 02-05-2015, 10:38 AM   #3
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Here are a couple reviews from our website ... it should help until others weigh in:

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Even though they are called competition springs, I was surprised that they improved the ride as much as handling. No more brake dive, and very responsive around the corners. I prefer the way my car ride now, even better than stock. They seem to work well with the stock struts and shocks on the car, so I can only imagine how much better these springs would respond with an adjustable Koni or Tokico setup. One word of caution, unless you have a heavier engine in your standard S197 GT, opt for the Sport Springs. The higher spring rate in the front coil competition spring will actually sit higher than the rear due to the lighter 4.6L aluminum engine. Overall, I give these springs a 5 star rating, as I have been very impressed with the ride and handling. -
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I take my '12 V6 Manual to the track quite often, and the one thing you notice off hand is the extremely soft suspension on the stock car. Unfortunately, I am not a big fan of progressive springs, and there are very few linear progressive springs in the market, and this is one! I found the difference right away! My turn in was sharper, response was stiffer, and I added a strut tower brace from Ford racing to further tighten the front end. The front end is much more disciplined than before. If you are fan of linear springs, this is a good spring to go with your stock struts. -
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