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Hey everyone I have a 2012 mustang gt with 1.5 in BMR performance springs, Koni orange shocks and struts, 285/35/19 wheel spec. I was wondering if I can get a more comfortable ride. The BMR springs are just decent IMO. Any better riding spring for these cars, daily driver? Eibach? Steeda? I want to keep it low in the rear.
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I think as long as you want the lowered ride height, I doubt you will find a spring that is any softer than what you have. When you lower ride height, you limit suspension travel, you need a firmer spring to avoid bottoming suspension. What is more important, ride height or comfort? You pretty much don't get both. I think the BMR is a really good spring.
 

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Progressive rate springs if you don't have them. But the lower you go the more its gonna get harsh once you go past a certain point. Unless you want to join the Latin Kings or something you don't have to go slammed...
 
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