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This kit will not, the front struts are different. Feel free to give us a call 866-507-3786 and we can swap out the front struts. We will also be making a kit for your application.
Answered by Eddy D. from Lorena | Comment 1 0
The spring rates for the SVE Mustang lowering springs are 571 LB/IN Linear Rate* for the front spring and 200/251 LB/IN Progressive Rate for the rear springs.
*Why a Linear Rate in the Front? Because the movement cycle of the front springs is in an arc, a linear spring behaves like a progressive spring in the front of a 79-04 Mustang.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
That kill will work if you are running the 5.0 spindles. Otherwise you will need KYB-235005 for the struts. Those are the ones that will work on the 2.3. The springs should be just fine though, they just won't drop it quite as much since the weight of the car is a bit lighter due to the engine
Answered by Trey P. from Lorena | Comment 0 0
Both kits are well suited for daily driver use, but this kit will yield a slightly softer ride as the struts/shocks are not as stiff as the Eibachs are.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
You will definitely need the SN95 spindle brake conversion for the Drift wheels to work. I had an '89 LX with 18x9 front and 18x10 rear Drift wheels with Eibach Pro-Kit springs and Tokico shocks/struts so it will be a similar drop to this kit. I had to modify front and rear fenders, front splash shields, run steering rack limiters and it would still rub in the front on tight turns. Every car is a bit different so you may not run into all of those problems, especially since you have the larger 91 fenders. You won't know exactly what you will have to modify until everything is on the car.
Answered by Lee C. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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