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Old 02-17-2014, 04:57 PM   #106
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Way back there around post #40 something the was some discussion about K-Sport lowering springs for mustangs, and I emailed them to see what the spring rate was since it wasn't listed on their website.

I've read elsewhere on reviews for other cars that they are a little soft.

Yea I remember that convo so soft is not wat I'm looking for ?
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If your goal is lowering for looks, and you want to keep a more comfy ride, slightly softer should not be an issue. If you're going for performance handling, then you want a stiffer spring. Obviously without spring rates to compare there is no telling how soft or firm those springs are lol.
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If your goal is lowering for looks, and you want to keep a more comfy ride, slightly softer should not be an issue. If you're going for performance handling, then you want a stiffer spring. Obviously without spring rates to compare there is no telling how soft or firm those springs are lol.

I'm going for performance handling, I want her to handle like a 350z nismo lol... But you're right I'm give them a call 2morrow and see if they know
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Way back there around post #40 something the was some discussion about K-Sport lowering springs for mustangs, and I emailed them to see what the spring rate was since it wasn't listed on their website.
I've read elsewhere on reviews for other cars that they are a little soft.
Ah OK, yeah they K-Sport springs are for S197s. That makes sense now
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I don't know if you cam up with a final verdict on any of these springs, but I found a set of eibach sportlines on ebay and they look terrific.

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