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Old 09-28-2015, 09:11 PM   #1
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eibach pro vs sportlines

hello all im not sure which is best. the stang is my dd and i live in nyc.i will be running 20x9.5+25 up front with 245. and out back 20x10.5+45 with 305s.

will the sport lines be an issue? any advice is appriciated.
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Old 09-29-2015, 06:06 AM   #2
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Its sits a lot lower on sportlines. Make sure the roads are nice. Im running prokits on my 20s and its low enough for me, sometimes its to low. If I had gone with sportlines my headers and mid pipe would be dragging on the ground. I already scrape on speed bumps.

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I have sportlines no problems.i do scrape on big speed bumps if I go head on but I go at an angle and it's fine. I also have longtubes. It sits nice and low.

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i have the sportlines on my car and its my dd and i liked them
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I've been running Sportlines for over 7000 miles and really like them. I don't have the same size wheels/tires and am running OE GT500 wheels on all four, 19x9.5 w/265's on 44mm offset, and 20x9.5 w/285's and 50mm offset.
I like a more leveled look rather than a rake...I also like the tire/wheel to fill the fender well.
Next time a need tires I'll be going 275's in front and 295's in the rear.
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I live in NYC too, I would go with the Pro kit. I have Steeda Sports with adjustable Konis, they have a similar drop to the Pro kit. I didn't go lower just because the streets and highways are horrible, I can feel every imperfection and bump on the road, and on bad roads, you will definitely be bouncing around in the car.
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You must have some pretty unbearable roads back there to bounce around in the seat!
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hello all im not sure which is best. the stang is my dd and i live in nyc.i will be running 20x9.5+25 up front with 245. and out back 20x10.5+45 with 305s.



will the sport lines be an issue? any advice is appriciated.

I driven on sportlines since 1000 miles and over 53000 later I've probably scrapped like 5 times. Don't drive like an idiotic speed racer and watch your angles or approach.

People who scrape on driveways drive head into everything square on face first.


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just had the Prokits installed on my 13 Gt and I absolutely love them. I can't imagine going any lower. I think it's the perfect fit.
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I have two friends that I helped lower there Mustangs, a 2011 GT/TrakPak and 2013 GT/CS. Both used the Pro kit...every time I park next to one of them they always say they wish they'd gone with the Sportlines. To me, both of their cars look next to mine looks like they are still in 4x4 mode.
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Thank you guys for the info. I think I'm going for the pro kit. Sport lines might be too low for my driving!! Lol.


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Old 10-07-2015, 09:16 PM   #12
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I put Sportlines on my RS3 and Love the hight, wouldn't go lower or higher!
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I have sportlines on koni orange dampers and J&m cc plates. No problems for the 3 months I've had them. Feels firm but no overbearing. Tall speedboats and driveways can be a pain but for every day driving it has been nicer than i expected. Its the perfect hight without it looking too low, which was also a big concern of mine.

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