Eibach Springs

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  1. M9rkym9rk112

    M9rkym9rk112 New Member

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    IS it true that our 6's are only fit for the Eibach pro-kit and not the Sportline???
     
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    that makes no sense. Eibach would be the authority to ask on such matters. I'm sure they'll be happy to respond if you send them an e-mail.

    BTW: I have the sportlines from my dad's '02 GT on my '89 4-banger.
     
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    Any GT spring will fit on a V6 but you wont get as much of a drop in the front.
     
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    throw those Eibach's in the trash and order you some Steeda or Roush springs with a 600 spring rate... make your car corner better [​IMG]
     
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    i am looking into lowering my v6 this summer also...what are good springs to buy, and do I need new shocks/struts/caster camber plates also?
     
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    U sure you wanna talk about eibach's like that? Eibach is just as reputable of a spring producer as Steeda or Roush, and do you know the spring rate of the Sportlines? I was pretty sure they were at least 550lb/in, if not 600 or more.
     
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    Go with Fords C springs, there like $109 from www.gefracing.com and I have heard they are good from people who have them, with all the others your paying for the name.
     
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    well, the 170 i payed for my Eibach Sportlines have been absolutely great. My ride has stiffened a bit, and the stance is so much better in comparison to the stock height.
     
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