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Eibach pro-kit vs. Steeda ultralight vs. H&R lowering springs
if your not to concerned about harsh ride the H&R race springs (1.5 front/1.4 rear) are awsome. i track my car about once a month and drive about 500miles a month (not DD). it handles as if on rails, do have sway bars from STEEDA, though.
good luck, your about to get opinions galore!
2012 Performance White GT/6spd, Boss Lower Fascia.
When I was buying my Steeda springs they were back ordered for the ultralights, so Steve gave me a ring and gave me a breakdown of the spring rates. The ultralights were so close to the Sport springs I ended up going with the sports... I think it was the rear was a different rate only... but do not quote me on that.
__________________ 2005 GT w/ some odds and ends.
Steeda, Kooks, Maximum Motorsports, MAC, BMR, D-Specs, CHE, Nitto, Moser, American Drive Shaft Service, Rotor Pro, EBC, Royal Purple, Bamachips, C&L, Prothane.
I had a set of H&R sports on my prior 06 GT convertible and they were great. I am definitely going to get another set for my 08 coupe. Ride quality was excellent and it rode just like stock. If you got in the car you never would have been able to tell the car had lowering springs on it. The handling improved and the front end didn't seem to dive as much when braking hard. It lowered the car 1.0 inch front and back.
2010 Mustang GT Kona Blue 5spd 3.73s
19" ASA GT1s, H&R Sport, Bamachips tune, Kooks LTs with catted X, Steeda UDPs, Steeda Strut Mounts, GT500 rear swaybar
i had prokit on for about a week and i kept bottoming out and scraping, street scene front bumper got kind of messed up. i have sport springs now and isnt quite as low, its a little stiffer, no more bottoming out i like the sport springs better. dont know much about the h&r springs.
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