Best lowering kit for the $$??

iluv95stangs

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I was wanting some opinions on the best lowering kit for the money. I have been looking at the the Ford Racing B or C springs but don't know if they will lower my car enough for my liking. I found this kit http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=33582&item=7916795692&rd=1 and was wondering if it would be ok seeing as how I need shocks and struts also. Just give me some ideas of good kits and pics of your car after the install if possible. Thanks.
 
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cmozez

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I have the "B"s and thought the same thing you did, will they be enough, YES. They are perfect. I had bought some Eibach sportlines but changed my mind when I saw a pic on here of a guy that put B's on his SN95. Do a search and see if you can find the pic. Stay away from those springs from Ebay like sprint, drop zone etc... stick with a reputable brand. I gave $139 for my B's from summit.
 

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I've looked around, and I think I am gonna go with the C's here when I lower her. They are fairly inexpensive, but do not slam the car into the ground.

-Adam
 

mystang94gt

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I went with the Ford Racing C springs and KYB GR-2 shocks and struts. I wish I knew how to post a pic for you but my pc at home blows. But IMO the drop was perfect. Not too much but not too little. The ride is great and the car handles 10 times better than before. Great springs for the money. And they will drop your car more than they say they will too. Ended up being about 1 1/4 in the rear and 1 1/2 in the front. Looks sweet!!!
 

iluv95stangs

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I have ridden in a car with the eibach sport lines and it was ROUGH. I don't want anything that hard. I was looking at some steeda springs. Anyone have these on their car? If so some pics? I don't know I just can't decide.
 

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Here is a post of mine from a couple months ago. I would stay away from any spring kits where you can't find the spring rates.

H&R, FMS, maybe Eibach and Steeda are all name brands that I would give a look at.
 

iluv95stangs

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SLYTHERIN, do you have a pic of your car with the tokico springs? I can't afford the adjustable kit but I may be able to afford the other kit on ebay for like 389. It is the same as yours, but not adjustable.
 

slytherin

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Sorry I dont have any pics I dont hav a dig cam plus the technical knowledge to use one LOL. but I did look at other guys cars in the shameless pic post, my car sits nearly Identical to sn95stangman's car from what I can see. Hope that helps.