This Mustang Cobra Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs provide a 1.4" front & rear drop on coupes & 1.5" front & rear drop on convertibles.
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Huge fender-well gap inherent from the factory or the popular installation of performance wheels and tires gives a vehicle a "lifted" look. The Pro-Kit is the perfect addition to any vehicle, lowering the fender gap and giving your ride a more attractive, sportier stance.
By lowering the car's center of gravity, our Pro-Kit reduces squat during acceleration, body roll in corners and excessive nose-dive under braking. When combined with Plus 1 or Plus 2 wheels and tires, the Eibach Pro-Kit is the finishing ingredient to a winning recipe for performance.
Every Eibach Pro-Kit is designed and tested by a suspension engineer and performance driving professional - to offer aggressive good looks and high performance handling - the best of both worlds without compromising safety or ride quality. By using our proprietary, progressive spring design, our Pro-Kit provides the ultimate balance that will take your passion for driving to a whole new level.
First time lowering a mustang, and ive had them for years. Cut springs on my mach1 and it was nasty...Went the right route and bought these for my 04 Cobra. Since I am a badass I put no isolators in.. big mistake lol.
My tips: -If you have a Vert the K member brace underneath is like 3-4 inches from the ground with Zero isolators in the front and as shown in my pic. The wheel will actually rub/bounce on the Wheel well liner if given the chance. -I put one stock iso in the front, one in the back. This enables me to get over 50% of the speed bumps in town. before my chances where at 25% so keep this in mind. I'm willing to bet the drop is still enjoyable with 2 isolators +lowering springs. -No spring compressors necessary. take strut nut off and pull out from fender. find some type of pry tool and it comes out. putting it back in is a little more fun but doable.
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Eibach makes the finest performance suspension products in the world for your Mustang or Ford Lightning. When other suspension components sag, wear out, or create sloppy handling or a bone-crushing ride, top street tuners—like top race teams, from F1 to WRC, from Le Mans to NASCAR—inevitably turn to Eibach.
Eibach integrates the exact same technology in their street springs as they do in their legendary race springs. Eibach uses the world´s finest Hi-Ten spring steel, produced to exceedingly precise tolerances. Eibach uses world-renowned German CNC coilers, as well as many unique machines engineered and built specifically by Eibach—simply state-of-the-art technology, in every step of the manufacturing process. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for your Eibach Mustang lowering springs, suspension kits, and sway bars.
My 2004 Mustang
It has a 3-9, V-6 motor, BBK cold air induction, prediator chip, Ford 3.73 racing Gears, Lots of chrome under the hood,Has a Calif Tonneau cover over the rear seats to give it the roa...