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Old 12-24-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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Eibach vs. SR Performance

Can I get some opinions and personal testimony between Eibach and SR Performance lowering springs? Has anyone had any issues with either and I would assume that once installed an alignment is needed?

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I have the Eibach Pro kit and I love it. Perfect drop nice ride. I did not need an alignment. I took it in for one but it was still within spec.
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Ive heard good things about both...still not sure but personally i will go with whatever will give me the best deal. Also depending on your drop (1.5" or more) you might want to consider an adj. panhard bar to realign everything and also an upper control arm might help as well. keep the balance right.
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Can I get some opinions and personal testimony between Eibach and SR Performance lowering springs? Has anyone had any issues with either and I would assume that once installed an alignment is needed?

Thanks and Merry Christmas!
Hey BS! They're definitely a solid setup and I highly recommend the SR Springs over the Eibachs. For the money you just cant beat em'! I've had the pleasure of running them on both my '01 and '08 Bullitt and while it's apples to oranges with the newer cars I've had extensive, extensive seat time in Justin Dugan's 2014 and they totally transformed his car. Check out Stage 1 of his Build Below:



Here's a Great Review that GrabberBlue1993 put up as well for his V6. I'm sure he'll chime in here as well!

Let me know if you're to have any questions and I hope this helps!
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Just got done with a 1200 mile road trip in my 2014 with sr performance lowering springs. They ride nice, not too harsh at all but you will feel a little difference from stock, it was the perfect amount of drop however an adjustable panhard bar was needed, and I put caster/camber plates as well as a bumpsteer kit in, no complaints here and I got a great deal from American Muscle


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