Eibach Pro-Street Coil Over Suspension Kit for all 1994-2004 Mustangs.Eibach ERD Racing Dampers and ERS Racing Springs are used in top-level racing series all over the world. Eibach has used this experience, gained from many decades at the highest levels of International Motorsport, including Formula 1, NASCAR, CART, IRL, Super Touring Car and the World Rally Championship, to put these technological masterpieces into the hands of performance enthusiasts everywhere.
Now using the very same Eibach technology used in Formula 1 race cars, you can get each corner of your vehicle looking and performing at its very best. Eibach's exciting new Pro-Street-S, stainless steel-bodied coil-over spring/damper packages allow serious drivers the ability to quickly adjust the ride height and corner weight of each individual wheel, giving them the ultimate in flexibility for precise street and track tuning. Lowers your car 0.8" - 3.0".
Fits all body style Mustangs from 1994-2004.
*Will not fit 1999-2004 Cobra with independent rear suspension.
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can you use maximum motorsports caster/camber plates with these ? i have a 92 gt and the pro streetr kit with maximum plates and i cant for the life of me figure out how to make them fit the caster plates .
This kit will work with caster/camber plates, but it won't work on your 1992 GT. It's for 1994-2004 Mustangs.
Date published: 2015-08-04
Thanks for coilover / pro street info. Exhaust is 4" off the ground: pro street plus drops the body by 2"? I assume the exhaust drops with it? UK has speed bumps . . The pro street coilover system minimum drop is 0.8": safer option? Is ride much harsher?
Yes, the exhaust drops with the rest of the body. I think the safest drop really depends on how big the speed bumps are. In the US, lots of owners take speed bumps at an angle so they won't scrape and still have a decent drop.
Date published: 2015-05-28
My '96 SVT Cobra is a daily driver, plus about 4 track days a year. I'm torn between this pro street coilover kit and the Eibach "sport system plus" with single springs and softer dampers, but uprated replacement sway bars. Advice, please!
I think I'd recommend the Pro-Street system for a better ride since the large majority of your driving is going to be street. The kit will still benefit you on the track, just not as much as the Sport System.
Date published: 2015-05-27
what would be the best suspension set for a 1997 mustang gt
That's hard to say without knowing how you intend to drive your GT and what your budget is. We have a number of different performance options, from street and track to mixed suspensions that give you the flexibility to do both. In terms of costs, at the low end is a set of springs, but you could really build a full air ride system that would cost a whole lot more. Browse our suspension options here: http://www.cjponyparts.com/mustang-suspension/c/60170000/
Date published: 2015-05-21
is there a suspension system, for a 2004mustang GT convertible, that's gives a softer ride?
Most of our suspension setups are going to give you a more performance inspired ride, however if you look for an adjustable setup, you can simply adjust it to the softest setting.
Date published: 2015-04-20
What are spring rates spring length are they 2 3/8 diameter
How quick and easy is it to adjust the ride hight? Would it be practical to drive to a track day, drop the suspension 2" all round, then put it back up before driving home over our pot holes and speed bumps?
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