Eibach Sportline Coil Springs V8 Hardtop 1979-2004, V6 Convertible 1999-2004

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Eibach Sportline Springs for all 1979-2004 V8 Mustang Hardtops and 1999-2004 V6 Mustang Convertibles. Will not fit 1999-2004 Cobras with IRS.

Eibach Sportline is the extreme-performance spring set created for the extreme enthusiast; the one who craves a race-car attitude for maximum street performance; with the lowest possible drop, but with the exceptional ride quality you expect from Eibach.

Engineered with the same care as our Pro-Kit springs, Eibach Sportline springs achieve legendary handling by aggressively lowering your car?s center of gravity, using our precision engineered progressive spring rates.

By radically lowering your car?s center of gravity, our Sportline springs dramatically reduce squat during acceleration, body roll in corners and nose-dive under braking. By using our proprietary, progressive spring design, our Sportline springs provide the ultimate balance between high performance, extreme lowering and comfortable ride quality. When combined with today?s wild 18", 19" or 20" wheels and tires, the result is a car that handles just as well as it looks.

This kit will fit the applications below and will lower the car approximately the amount listed (actual lowering amount may differ slightly depending on suspension components).

Lowering Info
1999-2004 V6 Convertible1.7"1.5"
2003-2004 Mach 11.3"1.4"
1994-1998 Cobra2.0"1.8"
1979-1993 V81.7"1.5"
1994-2004 Gt Coupe2.0"1.8"

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Holy Moly
If you have a fox body, don't take the product displayed heights as a fact. I have a 91 GT, installed these springs and just about soiled myself when i got the car off the jack stands. IT SITS LOW! Right around 2 inches lower in the front and about 1.6 inches lower in the back. Given a twist of fortunes however, with my intended goal being a drop of 1.5 inches front and rear, I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the way my car sits now and how it performs after having some time to admire it's aggressive stance and feel it's graceful agility. Considering it's not what I thought it was, I wouldn't change a thing now. (I'm on Texas, better yet houston area roads and while it isn't the best ride, it is better to me then the pathetic 22 year old stock suspension I was dealing with prior.)
Aaron April 23, 2013
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