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Guys, I have a 2011 Mustang GT with Brembo and 3.73.
I want to lower the car a little and improve the ride quality. The car seems to bounce too much for my liking especially on concrete and more uneven roads.
Has anyone installed the Bilstein/Eibach Pro Kit B12 on their 2011+ Mustangs? If so, did you notice a significant difference in quality of ride? Can you describe how it was improved, for example, was some bounce eliminated, is the ride smoother on uneven surfaces?
I know the Brembos already come with a suspension upgrade so I'm hoping I don't waste money.
I'm making a decision on suspension upgrades and appreciate any help.
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I have no experience with that kit. But, I do believe it will be a huge improvement over stock. I went with Steeda Sport Springs and Koni shock/struts and the improvement was massive. The Brembo suspension really isn't very good, only slightly better than non-Brembo. Actually, they both suck and a suspension upgrade is needed either way IMO. Whatever you do, don't go the "rear springs only" route.
2011 GT Premium / Ingot Silver / Comfort Pkg / Brembo Pkg / 3.73 / SW off-road X pipe / Steeda Sport Springs / Koni STR.T struts and shocks / UMI adjustable panhard rod / DG Custom Louvers / Graphics Express Hood and Trunk Stripes / Steeda CAI / BAMA Tunes 89, 93, 93 (ghost cam)
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