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Old 05-05-2014, 01:19 AM   #1
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Lowering springs.

Hey guys. Im looking at lowering my car. Cant decide between these. Eibach Pro-System w/ Pro-Damper and Pro-Kit Springs for 2011-13 Mustang.
Stteda sports and steeda pro damper shocks or stedda sports and koni adjustable shocks. Any suggestions would help. Thanks.

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Go with Steeda and the Koni dampers. While Eibach makes good springs there dampers are not as good as Koni or Steeda's. I have Steeda pro-action shocks/struts with BMR springs and love the ride, handling and stance of the setup. There are many good spring choices out there depending on the drop you want.
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Thanks I like the drop the eibachs have with all the hills and crappy driveways in my area.

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Was looking at the eibachs since I can get them for 640 for the set

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Send me an email at tim@steeda.com & we can see what you are looking at for a cost for the Steeda units.

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Tj thanks. Ill hit you up when im ready its probably going to be after mustang week.

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SR springs with Koni shocks and struts. Can't beat the performance for the price
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SR is ok. There is a reason the price is much lower than all other springs. For just a simple drop they are fine, but I wouldn't go with them for performance.
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I hated the SR springs. Stance was good but the ride quality was horrible. I had them paired with Steeda shocks/struts though so I'm sure that made a difference as not all spring and damper combos work well together. I have heard good things about them being paired with Koni's. I wouldn't recommend the SR springs to anyone though.
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My SR springs with Koni STR.T shocks and struts work great!
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