lowering springs.which ones??

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well i want to drop my car and want to which spring are the best. its a 97 convertible.if u guys have pics and part numbers even better. :thumb:
 

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I sunno man I wouls seriously look into Ford Springs. C's specifically. Theyre pretty cheap, 140 I have found them for. And they llower your car .8 front, 1.4 in rear. Many people I know have gotten them and just cut a half to full coil off the front and were very happy with it once it settled.

Imho Eibachs are overpriced. H&R's are nice but again pretty pricey.
 

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Kiljosh said:
C's specifically. Theyre pretty cheap, 140 I have found them for. And they llower your car .8 front, 1.4 in rear.

$119 at Stangstore.com... they were a couple of weeks ago anyway :dunno:
 

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DAMN! Well I know thats what I will be going with. C springs are a good drop without sacrificing too much drivability. I live in a hilly area and don't need to lose my tailpipes or front bumper to a hill... ;D
 

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Kiljosh said:
DAMN! Well I know thats what I will be going with. C springs are a good drop without sacrificing too much drivability. I live in a hilly area and don't need to lose my tailpipes or front bumper to a hill... ;D

good luck with them... post pics!!! cant wait to get some time to get my springs and new shock/struts put in :)
 

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more people seem to prefer the h&r springs so i might go with those.ill keep u updated if i do it.i got a suspension class in college and want to take advantage.
 

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My choices are very limited, my 99 Cobra has the IRS, so Ford Motorsport Cobra springs are what Im going with.
 

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I got the eibach pro-kit, and have been very happy with them so far, 250 and parts, install, and alignment :)
 

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I guess i'm the lone guy running Steeda Springs?
I have the Superlite Sports. About a 1.5 " drop all around. The ride quality is superb and handling is amazing.
 

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I also run with the Steedas. They are a great set!!!Highly recommended :lol:
 

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Car looks good, kinda hard to see the difference with that black paint
 

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STNG_96 said:
Car looks good, kinda hard to see the difference with that black paint
Trust me its a Major difference. Glad i took everyones advice. Look at the big pic in my sig, you can see the wheel gap. Then look at the lowered side pics the drop is very noticeable.
 

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Snakebit said:
My choices are very limited, my 99 Cobra has the IRS, so Ford Motorsport Cobra springs are what Im going with.


you need to stick a solid rear in that bitch
 

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