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Old 04-16-2014, 06:38 PM   #1
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Just wanna double check with you guys that these are eibach spings? I was told they are the pro kit? And should fit my 94?
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What model eibach springs are these?
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I would contact Sharad from UPR. He may be able to tell you what the specifications are of these springs. I don't believe they're the Pro Kit, because the Pro Kit has a different part number and this is labeled with UPR. These may fall under a specific specification that UPR came up with and had Eibach produce.

Again, I'm not too sure. Checking with UPR would be best probably.

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I would contact Sharad from UPR. He may be able to tell you what the specifications are of these springs. I don't believe they're the Pro Kit, because the Pro Kit has a different part number and this is labeled with UPR. These may fall under a specific specification that UPR came up with and had Eibach produce.

Again, I'm not too sure. Checking with UPR would be best probably.

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Thanks Shane, I was told by seller pro kit, so do you think these are good springs? And what would recommend for Isos? Rubber or poly?
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Even without knowing the specifications of these springs, I'm willing to bet they're solid. UPR makes really great suspension products and they're not one's to "guess" on specifics. I'm sure if they picked a custom spring rating, there's a lot of thought and testing put behind it. Also, Eibach makes a high quality spring, so you know it's going to hold together for years to come without sagging or any other longevity defects.

For isos, I like to use poly over rubber. Rubber doesn't seem to last long over the years without breaking down. Poly is much hardier, but stiffer too. I personally don't mind any minimal noise vibrations caused from Poly.

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Even without knowing the specifications of these springs, I'm willing to bet they're solid. UPR makes really great suspension products and they're not one's to "guess" on specifics. I'm sure if they picked a custom spring rating, there's a lot of thought and testing put behind it. Also, Eibach makes a high quality spring, so you know it's going to hold together for years to come without sagging or any other longevity defects.

For isos, I like to use poly over rubber. Rubber doesn't seem to last long over the years without breaking down. Poly is much hardier, but stiffer too. I personally don't mind any minimal noise vibrations caused from Poly.

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Is sharad on this forum or should I call them directly? And with poly your saying there will be more noise but last longer? And difference in handling?
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I thought he was, but maybe he's on MustangForums.com. Regardless, if you call UPR I'm sure anyone there can help you. You could ask for Sharad as well. I only mentioned Sharad because he's a good guy and I thought he was on this forum, so you could PM him.

There's not much of a handling difference between poly and rubber isos. The noise difference is very minimum too, I thought I'd mention it though.

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