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Old 02-27-2014, 09:17 AM   #1
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I have a 2011 mustang, what springs should I get if I got 18" wheels?
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some more information could help us. how aggressive or how mild of a drop do you want? what are your further plans for the car? what size tires do you have?
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I have a 2011 mustang, what springs should I get if I got 18" wheels?
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Welcome to Mustang Evolution! Going with any aftermarket spring is going to make a world of difference in handling, and give your car an awesome stance.

It really does depend on what you are looking to do with the car, and how aggressive you want to go. With 18" wheels, the sky is the limit. Unless you have some massive track tire or something extreme like that, every spring that we offer for your car should work.

If you want to go all out, I would recommend the H and R Super Sport springs. They will give you the lowest drop, and stiffest spring rate. This will translate into incredible handling improvements. However, the down side with these is that you only are left with minimal clearance against road hazards, speed bump, and steep hills. This will also have a fairly rough ride compared to other springs. If the car is daily driven I might stay away from these springs.

If this is a daily driver I would recommend the Eibach Pro-Kit springs. These will still dramatically increase the cars handling abilities, give the car an awesome stance, and still be fairly reasonable on street. Finally if you want something in between, you may want to check out either the Eibach Sportlines, or Ford Racing K springs. Either of these would a perfect blend of track and street performance.

If you do place an order for springs in the near future, keep in mind we offer our forum members a 6% discount off their entire purchase. Also, if you see it advertised cheaper, we will match the price of the competitor.

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Hey,



Welcome to Mustang Evolution! Going with any aftermarket spring is going to make a world of difference in handling, and give your car an awesome stance.



It really does depend on what you are looking to do with the car, and how aggressive you want to go. With 18" wheels, the sky is the limit. Unless you have some massive track tire or something extreme like that, every spring that we offer for your car should work.



If you want to go all out, I would recommend the H and R Super Sport springs. They will give you the lowest drop, and stiffest spring rate. This will translate into incredible handling improvements. However, the down side with these is that you only are left with minimal clearance against road hazards, speed bump, and steep hills. This will also have a fairly rough ride compared to other springs. If the car is daily driven I might stay away from these springs.



If this is a daily driver I would recommend the Eibach Pro-Kit springs. These will still dramatically increase the cars handling abilities, give the car an awesome stance, and still be fairly reasonable on street. Finally if you want something in between, you may want to check out either the Eibach Sportlines, or Ford Racing K springs. Either of these would a perfect blend of track and street performance.



If you do place an order for springs in the near future, keep in mind we offer our forum members a 6% discount off their entire purchase. Also, if you see it advertised cheaper, we will match the price of the competitor.



Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions, or contact our customer service team listed below my signature. Good luck!



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Yea I believe you need to have over 50 post, but its well worth it american muscle has a lot of awesome stuff.

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Post as in this right now or making topics?
Post as in what u just did. U currently have 22. But they have to be in tech section..the bar section don't count.
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Post as in what u just did. U currently have 22. But they have to be in tech section..the bar section don't count.

Thanks dude I been wondering about that for a while
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I was kinda confused at first, but now for sure I know how it works.

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Would lowering the car with some springs be a bad idea if you don't change the struts too?

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If you have lower mileage it won't hurt, but your stock struts will probably wear faster because there's more stress on them, will it hurt? Probably not, is it a good idea to so both at the same time to save money? Yes
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Old 03-02-2014, 09:24 AM   #14
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