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Hey guys i will be lowering my 3.7 with some springs in the near future, i want to achieve about a 1 to 1.5 (1.25 inches ideally) inch drop on my car, I am hesitant with getting the eibach pro kits as they only lower the front about .8 of an inch. After doing a lot of research I found that the FRPP K springs will lower a GT 1.5 inches.
Will i run into any issues if I install these springs on my v6?
I dont want to change out my stuts and shocks so i dont want to go lower than 1.5.
Plus please let me know what springs your rides are sitting on and how you like them or not
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I have them in mine-so my photo gallery for before and afters..
initially the lowering was an inch or so- but after about 500 miles towing around the trailer in the end it was nearly 1.25" front and rear-----somewhere I posted what it exactly was. stock height, then immediately upon install then after been driven-- but that is close to exactly what you say you want.
2013 V6 performance package, 6 speed manual
Steeda short throw shifter and shifter mount
Bama tuner and Airaid intake
Aluminum 1 piece driveshaft
Eibach Pro springs -1"
Adjustable panhard bar
Boss stripe kit and tinted windows
It should also be mentioned that the stock springs and struts aren't going to work well with lowering springs, you'll get a bouncy ride. Some go with the stockers but it's recommended to change the springs, shocks and struts at the same time.
Other things that should be installed when lowering; an adjustable panhard bar for centering the car over the axle, camber plates or camber bolts for adjusting camber and an upper control arm to adjust pinion angle.
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