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Old 06-05-2014, 11:51 AM   #1
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Eibach Pro Sysytem Plus or Sport System Plus??

2013 GT owner here with 20" wheels. Would love to hear from anyone who has either. I want to go low as I can but it is a daily driver. That said I am in Naples, FL. We have great roads but I just worry about curbs and the occasional speed bump. N real pothole issues here. Just give me feedback if you will. For the record here are the other suspension mods going in at the same time:

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Bumping this thread because I'm interested in this as well.
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You cant go wrong with the Pro System Plus. We ran it and loved it. We upgraded to their Eibach R2 Coilovers. The ride is great and the adjust-ability is unreal.
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I used the pro system plus and am happy. You will notice a difference. I also used control arms and Panhard bar (different brands) and the result was great. I do notice though if I have someone in the passenger seat I need to be cautious on speed bumps! I will be watching this thread too - I'm curious about clearance when adding long tubes to a lowered car using this setup. Anyone??
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I have sport lines on my 2013 gt with kooks long tubes and I've never bottomed out. Click image for larger version

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I used the pro system plus and am happy. You will notice a difference. I also used control arms and Panhard bar (different brands) and the result was great. I do notice though if I have someone in the passenger seat I need to be cautious on speed bumps! I will be watching this thread too - I'm curious about clearance when adding long tubes to a lowered car using this setup. Anyone??
I am about to buy the pro system plus kit. Are you seriously bottoming out on speedbumps with only one passenger! that scares me a little actually.
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Eibach Pro Sysytem Plus or Sport System Plus??

Sport lines are a better looking drop but the prokit is adequate. Although the Eibach shocks and struts aren't the best. I asked around cuz they were less expensive than than the Tokico adjustables but quite a few online reviews/comments say its not strong enough to even dampen pro kit springs.

I got the sportlines and at first I was worried about clearing curbs when I park. As of 2 years now I've only scraped twice. All the other times the front was able to clear the curbs.

You didn't list a relocation bracket for the LCAs. Pro kit might not need it but sportlines definitely will be better off.
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My car stock wont clear the curbs here in wv! We must have tall curbs. Everytime I park, I have to stay back from the curb.
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Sport lines are a better looking drop but the prokit is adequate. Although the Eibach shocks and struts aren't the best. I asked around cuz they were less expensive than than the Tokico adjustables but quite a few online reviews/comments say its not strong enough to even dampen pro kit springs.

I got the sportlines and at first I was worried about clearing curbs when I park. As of 2 years now I've only scraped twice. All the other times the front was able to clear the curbs.

You didn't list a relocation bracket for the LCAs. Pro kit might not need it but sportlines definitely will be better off.
I have never really cared too much about the amount of drop (because I think the stang already looks amazing). What I more care about is the body roll while under hard acceleration/braking/turning. I want a stiffer spring, while still being able to drive without breaking my back with every bump in the road (it's my dd). Is there a better kit than eibach pro system that you'd recommend? Also I've heard the sport system is better but I've also heard it limits the ride quality in favor of performance. How is your ride quality with them, any broken backs recently? lol
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I have read a few things online (take that for what its worth) that state the sportline actually drop the center of gravity too much to a negative effect handling wise. True? False? Conjecture?
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Is there a better kit than eibach pro system that you'd recommend? Also I've heard the sport system is better but I've also heard it limits the ride quality in favor of performance. How is your ride quality with them, any broken backs recently? lol
I can add my .02 to this as we have used the Eibach pro system plus and NOW have switched and our present system is incredible.
We changed from the Pro System Plus, to Eibach's R2 coil over package. I am not going to lie, we were worried about the ride quality switching to coil overs, but after having this system on for a month now and putting it through its paces, the R2 system is incredible. The ride is SO much better as we have it set on the softest settings. Our suspension used to be fairly harsh on rough roads and some bumps would make you cringe. No more. We are even lower than before and the car does not bottom out, takes the same bumps that rattled our teeth so much smoother. We dialed up the damper and rebound and did some aggressive road racing and the car STICKS. Unreal the difference in feel between the two settings. In 5min, you can go from a comfortable ride to firm feeling race car. Though pricey, so happy we went this route. The car is ride SO much better. The setups we progressed from - HR springs/boss shocks struts > Eibach Pro System Plus . Eibach R2 coil overs. Each upgrade felt better from the previous, however with the R2, it is like we get two cars in one.
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I have never really cared too much about the amount of drop (because I think the stang already looks amazing). What I more care about is the body roll while under hard acceleration/braking/turning. I want a stiffer spring, while still being able to drive without breaking my back with every bump in the road (it's my dd). Is there a better kit than eibach pro system that you'd recommend? Also I've heard the sport system is better but I've also heard it limits the ride quality in favor of performance. How is your ride quality with them, any broken backs recently? lol
Nah lol my back's fine. The benefit of using an adjustable shocks is you can dial in the resistance of the shocks to help dampen the springs.

Most of the roads here are ok with just a lot of wavy ups and downs. For these roads I set if at just one setting above middle and I don't get the excessive bounce. If the roads are rough with a bunch of little imperfections then a softer setting will even it out.

You could get the coilovers that Deerslayer recommended. It's a pretty penny I think but if you can afford it then go for it.

As far as you don't care about the drop and only really care about body roll then sway bars would be a good answer even without lowering your car. Again adjustable bars allow you to dial in the stiffness.
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My car stock wont clear the curbs here in wv! We must have tall curbs. Everytime I park, I have to stay back from the curb.

Yeah seriously. I'm from Beckley wv and you cannot clear any of
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I have the Pro System Plus and I am really happy with it. I don't bottom out on speed bumps, so that's not an issue. I found the PRO just gave me enough lowering without going too low, but that is all personal taste. I think my Girlfriend and my Mom aren't too happy with the change, because the ride is quite a bit rougher . But cornering is excellent and it really has made a huge change to how the car handles.
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I have the Pro System Plus and I am really happy with it. I don't bottom out on speed bumps, so that's not an issue. I found the PRO just gave me enough lowering without going too low, but that is all personal taste. I think my Girlfriend and my Mom aren't too happy with the change, because the ride is quite a bit rougher . But cornering is excellent and it really has made a huge change to how the car handles.
Thanks man! answered my question perfectly
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ok two questions.

first, for the each pro plus can i use camper bolts or better safe than sorry and go with plates.

second and probably a total noob question is I only need for front right? don't need front and rear set do i?

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We used the Eibach lobed bolts and had zero issues. Had it aligned perfectly. Unless you are a serious road racer, they are MORE than adequate enough. Personally, I would save you some $ get the bolts and put the saved $ towards other mods.
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Probably the bolts tensile strength is higher than the general shearing forces required to break them as long as they're not over torqued but I can help but imagine there's that reason they say don't use it for race applications.

There might still be some DD situations that might cause the bolts to break. Such as:

Wear and tear on weekend backroad excursions over a long period of time.

"Accidentally" playing Dukes of Hazzard on a nice little bump in the road and going momentarily airborne.

You pay more for insurance in like two or three months than the $250-300 it'll probably cost you to buy a camber plate. And this is pretty much for the life of the vehicle just in case you're harder on your car than you think.
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I would really look into the Bilstein B12 kit, much better dampers than Eibach's. Koni is also a much better option than Eibach Dampers. Their springs are great, dampers... not so much.
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I have Eibach springs but went with Koni dampers and am very happy with the setup. The Koni's are priced competitively and come with a lifetime warranty.

As far as the camber bolts, that's what I'm running. I looked at the CC plates but thought it was overkill for my needs. I never plan to track my car or autocross it so the bolts work fine and now everything's aligned.
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Just seems hard to beat the price of $900 for sway bars, springs and shocks/struts. Budget is a factor for me or my build would look different lol
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I ended up buying the Eibach pro system plus. It just arrived at my house yesterday so I havent had a chance to put it on yet but from a quick inspection everything seems to be good quality. Cant wait to put them on this weekend and try them out!
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I ended up buying the Eibach pro system plus. It just arrived at my house yesterday so I havent had a chance to put it on yet but from a quick inspection everything seems to be good quality. Cant wait to put them on this weekend and try them out!
^^^^ Jealous of this guy^^^^

Post pics before and after of drop would you please. And let me know what you think. God I cant want to get it saved up for The suspension mods
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Post pics before and after of drop would you please. And let me know what you think. God I cant want to get it saved up for The suspension mods
Will do, Ive heard we dont really need to get CC plates but I plan on tracking my car a little so I might as well get them. Ive also heard the OEM strut mounts are garbage and can break if not super careful handling them. So a little nervous about that
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We've had about 5 guys break their cc bolts or at least stretch them.
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We've had about 5 guys break their cc bolts or at least stretch them.
thanks for the info, I went ahead and got MM C/C plates just because I didn't want to worry about it. That and gt500 strut mounts dont fit the 2011+ model suspensions :/
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We've had about 5 guys break their cc bolts or at least stretch them.
Any specifics... did this happen on the track, commute to work or what? Also, care to mention the brand of bolt(s)?
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found a new set of sporting plus for 609! was going to go with pro set but checked with guy. he said clearance fine and road down here good. i am ruling on 255/35/20 and he said that gives me more clearance than the stock 19's i had which i thought also. gonna pull trigger. thank goodness for visa lol

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found a new set of sporting plus for 609! was going to go with pro set but checked with guy. he said clearance fine and road down here good. i am ruling on 255/35/20 and he said that gives me more clearance than the stock 19's i had which i thought also. gonna pull trigger. thank goodness for visa lol

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so the roads around you are good enough that you can get the sport line springs? awesome!

Are you worried about ride comfort at all? lol
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comfort... isn't that a corner at tip speed lol

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Decided to go with Sportline. Roads here are immaculate. I did not go with full kit. Going to keep stock sway bars for now to save some money. Got BMR LCA, UCA and panhard to go with it. Cant wait!!
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I just installed my eibach pro system. Rides beyond belief better. It's much flatter around turns and to my amazement the ride quality feels stock, like zero extra ride harshness! Completely recommend


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