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Old 11-12-2014, 12:01 PM   #1
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2014 Mustang Gt Suspension

so i have a 14 gt with eibach sportline springs handles ok but not as i want to so my question is do you guys think i should get adjustable yellow koni shock/struts or just go ahead and get some coilovers for a few $100 more like the eibach pro street coil overs and i dont want to spend more then 1500.
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What are your plans with the mustang? Much better options than the eibach coilovers as well. Could get ST (made by KW) coilovers that come with CC plates, are dampening adjustable as well for under 1500.
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did you replace anything else? I did Sportline sprinks with the prodamper shocks and struts. Adjustable panhard and LCA's adjustable UCA and handles great I think
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did you replace anything else? I did Sportline sprinks with the prodamper shocks and struts. Adjustable panhard and LCA's adjustable UCA and handles great I think
all i did were sportlines and bmr adjustable panhard, car still had a lot of body roll, but not as it was stock
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As stated, what are your plans with it? Suspension setups vary widely with application.

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Hey jayman.. which would u say is better? I just street drive.. no track

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If it's a body roll issue then stiffer sway bar(s) would be the simple way to reduce that.

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If it's a body roll issue then stiffer sway bar(s) would be the simple way to reduce that.

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Depending on what your goals are & what you plan on doing with the car down the road will help dictate the package that will suit you best.

If you would like ... we can take a look at your goals & budget & put a package together for you. You can reach me at tim@steeda.com ... when we do the pricing ... we can include the forum discount as well.

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going to hit will willow springs track couple times a year over here in CA and drag strip as well also its my daily
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all i did were sportlines and bmr adjustable panhard, car still had a lot of body roll, but not as it was stock

Body roll has more to do with sway bars than springs shocks. Upgrade to stiffer sway bars to get rid of body rolls.


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im probably gna go with koni struts/shocks or st xta coilovers which sway bars would u suggest eibachs? and should i get adjustable or non
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im probably gna go with koni struts/shocks or st xta coilovers which sway bars would u suggest eibachs? and should i get adjustable or non

Go with Steeda.

Bmr, Eibach and other companies use stamped ends which makes those points the weakest point of the sway bar and that's also the point where the most stress is applied.

Steeda is a lot sturdier with their construction.


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