2005 - 2014 MustangsDiscussions on the latest S197 model Mustangs from Ford.
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There are other Steeda models that lower it further, and many from other brands. I don't have religion on any of them, but there is no way in hell I would cut the springs to lower a vehicle. Just my two cents.
Do you want a 1.5" drop? 2" drop? Somewhere in between? How do you want the handling characteristics to play out? Daily driver? Weekend track car? Need more deets
2007 5spd Vista Blue 4.0L
93R tune/ Steeda CAI/ true dual conversion w/ Flowmasters/ Pypes shorties/
Tokico HP series dampers/ Eibach pro springs/ 18x9 and 18x10 AM GT500 wheels/
255/40/18 and 275/40/18 Nitto NT555s
hey stang fourms im looking for some lowering spring for my stang anybody know or selling there lowering springs thank you
I've had 1" lowering springs on my S197 and I'm currently running 1.5" drop springs. My buddy has 2" drop springs on his S197. In my opinion, the 1.5" springs are perfect. They look great, handle well, don't kill the straight line traction, and they don't ride like crap.
I'm running UPR Pro Series springs which are actually made for us by Eibach, and they spec out exactly the same as Eibach Pro Kit springs.
Of course, when you lower an S197 Mustang, it shifts the axle over to the driver's side, so an adjustable panhard bar is highly recommended in order to center the rear axle after the drop. Here's what I used:
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