Eibach Pro-Kit Installed Before and After Pictures 56K Warning

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sanchezcruz_20, Jun 7, 2007.

  1. 19mustang95

    19mustang95 Legend

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    IMO, go with the h&r SS...leave the front iso's out and both in the rear. the H&R's give the pre99 a lower drop than the pro-kit..the pro-kit is an awesome low drop on the new edge though, but if you want to be LOw, go with the H&Rs.
     
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    ya thats what i was originally thinking.

    i had just heard that the prokit might out handle the h&rs
     
  3. 19mustang95

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    i think they are about equal in that aspect, i have ridden in stangs with both and they both could take corners...but the car i rode in the pro-kits with has stock struts/shocks, so with good struts/shocks it would probably out handle the h&rs.
     
  4. sanchezcruz_20

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    I went with the Pro-Kit over the H&R SS because I didn't want to get too aggressive with the drop. Honestly, my particular setup wouldn't be able to handle much lower of a drop with the longtubes. I've actually bottomed out on a speedbump already, of course I had 3 people in the car. Additionally, I had heard good things about the ride quality with the Pro-Kit.

    I left all the iso's in.