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Old 04-29-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default Alternative to steeda sport springs...

Okay, so overall I've liked the ride & handling with the steeda sports and Koni Yellows. But lately it has seemed that the front is a little soft. Also things have changed a bit, I've added an APR CF (real) splitter on the bottom of the Roush bumper, plus BMR tubular K-member and a skid plate. I'm bottoming out on some dips on the highway. Is there a spring with less travel or maybe stiffer, yet would maintain the ride height of the steeda sports or even raise it up to 1/2", I think I only really need the front end adjusted, the rear seems fine.

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Check out the Eibach Pro Springs that's what I run on mine and they are not very bouncy they also have a sport which is a tad bit stiffer also.
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Check out the Eibach Pro Springs that's what I run on mine and they are not very bouncy they also have a sport which is a tad bit stiffer also.
I always thought those were MORE of a drop than the steeda sports? I'm really looking for something with the same or less of a drop than the steeda sports. (the Steeda website claims 1" drop in front)
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Yeah Eibach Pro's drop 1inch front and back.
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Here's what mine looks like.
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