When it comes to your 1967-1970 Mustang, versatility is key. Not only do you need your vehicle to be impressive at a drag race, but you need something comfortable for a long highway drive. Modify your suspension to meet the needs of your Small Block Engine Mustang with a pair Scott Drake’s Progressive Rate Coil Springs C7ZZ-5310-SB-PR. CJ Pony Parts never wants you to sacrifice the comfort of your ride while enhancing the suspension handling.
Scott Drake, a premier OEM-supplier, produces these progressive rate coil springs exclusively in the USA and feature hot wind from SAE516H, oil quench, temper, water quench, shot peen and ground flat. The coil springs are 100% load tested. A direct-fit replacement, the installation is simple after removing your stock coil springs and replacing them with your brand-new, Scott Drake Progressive Rate Coil Springs.
Features and Benefits:
- Black Powder Coated
- Progressive Rate Performance Handling
- Replaces Driver and Passenger Side
- Firm Spring Compression
- Made in the USA
Each spring is powder-coated in a black finish for a wonderful dress-up aftermarket chassis upgrade to both your driver and passenger side. Made with the latest suspension technology, these progressive rate coil springs give your classic 1967-1970 Mustang the performance of a modern sports car during hard braking or tight cornering. The handling is similar to Scott Drake’s 600-pound performance springs, but without sacrificing a comfortable ride. The ride during normal driving is fairly stock-smooth, but when the sturdy springs compress under load after braking or cornering, they gradually become firmer.
Tech Tip: Mustangs manufactured in 1970 with a 351C engine can choose either Small Block or Big Block springs based on the vehicle’s options. These models have heavy, factory, cast-iron intake; power steering or air conditioning might be better suited with the Big Block version, but can choose the Small Block version as well. On all other 351C engine applications, the Small Block version is recommended as the car may sit higher than preferred if there is not enough weight over the springs.