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Old 03-05-2013, 10:10 PM   #1
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Thoughts on AmericanMuscle new SR lowering springs???
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i run them....good spring for the money. solid ride and handles the corners well...
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i run them....good spring for the money. solid ride and handles the corners well...
+1 nice. Anything else besides the springs? How low is it?
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+1 nice. Anything else besides the springs? How low is it?
secomejia,

The SR Performance spring will drop your ride height approx. 1.5" front and rear. Which preforms great around the corns, but also looks the best for new edge Mustangs, IMO.

I now there's a lot more members on this forum running our SR Performance spring, so hopefully they will post up their experience, too. In the meantime, you can check out the customer submitted reviews on our site and see what the general impression is.

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They are good springs, my cousin used them on his for about 4 months and he is now selling them in the classified section. Here SR Lowering Springs
They are $150 i believe now on AM.
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secomejia,

The SR Performance spring will drop your ride height approx. 1.5" front and rear. Which preforms great around the corns, but also looks the best for new edge Mustangs, IMO.

I now there's a lot more members on this forum running our SR Performance spring, so hopefully they will post up their experience, too. In the meantime, you can check out the customer submitted reviews on our site and see what the general impression is.

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Thank alot shane. Hey so what is the main difference between SR Performance springs and Eibach H&R, etc,.?
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Some give of a drop
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Thank alot shane. Hey so what is the main difference between SR Performance springs and Eibach H&R, etc,.?
The SR Performance springs are an excellent quality lowering spring and will last a long time, but if you're serious about the Track than Eibach, Steeda, or H&R are superior. Performance handling is the main focus for these companies and their products truly show it. Our SR Performance springs are more of a budget option for the average street Mustang. They'll improve ride height, handling, and comfort for sure, however they aren't quite as aggressive as the other companies mentioned.

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What he said ^ lol
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i run them....good spring for the money. solid ride and handles the corners well...
Do you have a v6?
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Ok sounds good. Thank you!!!
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Do you have a v6?
yep...i prefer the spring rate used for GTs so i run them on my car
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yep...i prefer the spring rate used for GTs so i run them on my car
Looks good for a V6

Just get a Gt rear bumper homie
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Looks good for a V6

Just get a Gt rear bumper homie
no thanks lol..i prefer the v6 one
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Looks good for a V6

Just get a Gt rear bumper homie
+1..cutouts for exhaust are the only difference correct?
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