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Old 03-25-2012, 05:15 PM   #1
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Lowering springs

Which lowering springs should i go with??? Eiback...Ford racing...need help lol!
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I went with Eibach with my other car and never had a problem!..
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And my 19's will stil fit no prob?
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And my 19's will stil fit no prob?
Shouldn't have a problem with it!.. A buddy of mine has an '06 GT with 20s and I believe a one inch drop (might be a little more)!...
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I too have Eibach. Got the pro-kit springs. No problems so far.. And they should be fine with your wheels
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I've always had eibach as well w/o any problems... u need to get an adjustable panhard bar for the rear, plus front and rear struts/shocks if ur concerned about ride comfort
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I've always had eibach as well w/o any problems... u need to get an adjustable panhard bar for the rear, plus front and rear struts/shocks if ur concerned about ride comfort
What size are your wheels?
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I just bought the eibach pro kit off of ebay for $125 shipped! The seller is roushperformance. Its legit. they are from the dub edition they tried to produce! Look up part number... 270926027613
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Check out BMR as well. Late model has them for around 240 and they keep a pretty close to stock ride, in my other cars I thought the eibachs made the car a little stiffer for daily driving. Here is a pic of my old car with 20s all the way around and the BMR springs only
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Old 03-25-2012, 06:00 PM   #10
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Check out BMR as well. Late model has them for around 240 and they keep a pretty close to stock ride, in my other cars I thought the eibachs made the car a little stiffer for daily driving. Here is a pic of my old car with 20s all the way around and the BMR springs only
Ok thanks and btw that gt/cs looks awesome!!!
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Old 03-25-2012, 06:03 PM   #11
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No problem yeah I liked that car alot.
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No problem yeah I liked that car alot.
That's your old car!? What do you have now? How much did those BMR's lower it?

Also, LOVE the Saleen hood! It's just so expensive! Did you get a good deal on it?
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I actually just sold that hood on here for 1000. And no I didn't get a good deal on it, I paid 1500 back when it first came out...lol. It lower it about 1.5 pretty even all the way around. My new car, I don't have a pic yet with the springs
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What size are your wheels?
245/40/20
275/35/20
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I actually just sold that hood on here for 1000. And no I didn't get a good deal on it, I paid 1500 back when it first came out...lol. It lower it about 1.5 pretty even all the way around. My new car, I don't have a pic yet with the springs
Looks slow...lol


For you guys that don't know you will not find his car dirty.
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Looks slow...lol

For you guys that don't know you will not find his car dirty.
If you do find it dirty check inside cause I might be dead...lol.
And it is slow, how else can the hotties see who is driving...lol
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Frpp k-springs here..
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