I want to know any suggestions on lowering springs. I know some like Eibach are pricey but heard there pretty good too?
-Spring Rates, Front & rear.I'm sorry but I'm not highly knowledgable with some things. What is the information for?
Typically it's one full spring off of the fronts and one half off of the rears. Stock shocks do not typically last very long once lowered. Also, you can run out of camber and need caster camber plates. Another thing to remember is that unless it's specified made for a V6, then you have to take into account that the V6 is 100lbs lighter up front than the V8. Meaning you won't get as much of a drop up front. Rear springs (spring rates) are a good barometer as to final ride comfort.-Alot of research, money, and hours of hard labor go into getting a suspension that gives you a safe, superior ride and handling. Once all of the parts are on, expect to take it to a speed shop or a Mustang shop to get it properly aligned. I destroyed a set of front tires within 45 miles before getting it to the shop for alignment. *I also chose to go with "Fox Body" springs/shocks, which is another option.If cutting the stock ones, how would you measure the amount of coil needed to take off for the drop I want?