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Old 09-26-2015, 12:36 AM   #1
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Eibach sportlines have the most drop at 1.5" in front and 1.25" in rear. I have had mine for 3 weeks on my gt/pp and I love it. Handles so much better.


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What's your definition of stiff?

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STEEDA PROGRESSIVE SPRINGS
I just installed the Steeda Progressive springs a few weeks ago and love them. The car rides so much better and even handles better. Improvement all the way around. Once you go Steeda you never go back!
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VERY IMPRESSED WITH THEM
I'm very impressed with them so far. They are just a little firmer than stock but really control roll and nose dive. They seem like the perfect spring for a daily driver.
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We have some great choices here:

2015-2016 Mustang Lowering Springs | Steeda Autosports | Free Shipping!

What's your definition of stiff?

Quote:
STEEDA PROGRESSIVE SPRINGS
I just installed the Steeda Progressive springs a few weeks ago and love them. The car rides so much better and even handles better. Improvement all the way around. Once you go Steeda you never go back!
- See more at: Steeda Mustang Sport Springs - Progressive (2015-2016 GT/V6 Coupe) 555-8210 | Free Shipping!
Quote:
VERY IMPRESSED WITH THEM
I'm very impressed with them so far. They are just a little firmer than stock but really control roll and nose dive. They seem like the perfect spring for a daily driver.
- See more at: Steeda Mustang Sport Springs - Progressive (2015-2016 GT/V6 Coupe) 555-8210 | Free Shipping!
Shoot me a note & we can get you squared away ... including forum pricing.

Best Regards,

TJ
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