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Old 12-04-2012, 04:26 PM   #1
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Are these springs from am worth the money? I want my car to kinda dip a little bit in the front and these seem to do that...or would I be better off saving alot of money and just ordering SR springs
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Are these springs from am worth the money? I want my car to kinda dip a little bit in the front and these seem to do that...or would I be better off saving alot of money and just ordering SR springs
You get what you pay for. Spend the extra for the eibachs
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:22 PM   #3
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You get what you pay for. Spend the extra for the eibachs
Heck, I got eibachs. Handles my the weight of my 97 vert and pro springs well, but if I had the dough then I would've spring for QA1s adjustable. I was recommended a set of HP KYBs by a local speed shop outside of ft Bragg, but needless to say the Eibach pro springs defeated them in short order. So, I did some research and purchased the Eibach pro damper made for the springs. I have been happy ever since. I always look forward to highway rides that make my stang buck like a pony. A good piece will even make me let loose a yehaah. Point is font buy struts that can't handle you spring loads. Good luck.
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I have eibach sportline springs and kyb agx shox and there great man fully adjustable
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I'm on eibachs.

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Thanks for the help guys!
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Are these springs from am worth the money? I want my car to kinda dip a little bit in the front and these seem to do that...or would I be better off saving alot of money and just ordering SR springs
Sport line will slam it right on the ground I would get the pro kit
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I have eibach sportline springs and kyb agx shox and there great man fully adjustable
Forgot to mention I have a 97 vert, it heavy. Could be why the KYB didn't hold out.
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How much do the verts weigh?
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How much do the verts weigh?
Mine weighs in at a whopping 3720 on the junk yard scales with spare tire.
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Mines 3400 and change I'm not much lighter than u hell my friends 04" cobra terminator weighs less than a hundred than yours
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Mines 3400 and change I'm not much lighter than u hell my friends 04" cobra terminator weighs less than a hundred than yours
Yeah, I love the body style though. Wouldn't give it up for the world. I boosted mine from 215 to 350+ crank. Runs like a cobra now, just tranny gear ratio is a hinder; too low.

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I have eibach sportline springs and kyb agx shox and there great man fully adjustable
How much you pay for those?
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Mines 3400 and change I'm not much lighter than u hell my friends 04" cobra terminator weighs less than a hundred than yours
I neglected to mention that the eibach pro springs are loaded at 570' per inch for the vert.
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