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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-08-12, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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Lowering used eibach springs

The driver side is a half inch lower than passenger- at front of Stang- it's 04 gt- anyone know why completely new to all - but I am mechanically inclined- also put a JLt CIA in - and a bama tuner - but I'm not seeing much of a gain or change- am I supposed to or do I need more work done- its 3 speed automatic with overdrive- debating 4.10s or 373.00 gears- any info would be much appreciated! Thank you guys- god bless!ImageUploadedByAG Free1352429745.152906.jpgImageUploadedByAG Free1352429792.729244.jpgImageUploadedByAG Free1352429808.522287.jpgImageUploadedByAG Free1352429821.427646.jpgImageUploadedByAG Free1352429883.041546.jpg

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Re: Lowering used eibach springs

Moved to the Mustang section for faster answer.
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Re: Lowering used eibach springs

My experience with Eibach springs is limited to setting up a CRF 450X for Baja, but I can say that we rate tested four Eibach springs and they were all very impressive, (within 5%, measured in kg. before and after a race!) To be sure, I would test the spring rates, and don't overlook the rear springs. They can also affect the front.
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