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Old 01-09-2015, 06:20 AM
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Default Get the lowest drop possible with Eibach Lowering Kits

Every true car enthusiast wants to get maximum performance while driving. To get the performance car you want, with the right stance and better handling, acceleration and braking, you’ll have to modify your stock car, and there’s no better improvement you can make than installing a lowering kit.

A basic lowering kit consists of a set of coil springs that, when installed, will lower your car’s ride height from 1-2”. These springs are progressive, meaning the coils are spaced differently, which will give you a firm, but comfortable ride with the desired stiffness for cornering and braking. When you install a lowering kit, you’ll “lose the gap” and get the lower, more aggressive stance that you want. A lowering kit will work with the factory tires and wheels, but it will be perfect when combined with a Plus-1 or Plus-2 wheel and tire package. Besides making your car look better, a lowering kit will also make it perform better.

We'd like to draw your attention into Eibach Lowering Kits, designed specifically for just released 2015 Ford Mustang. Eibach has specialized in manufacturing of high-quality springs and related products in all sizes, for all types of industries.

Eibach® - Sport Lowering Kit http://www.carid.com/2015-ford-musta...-43150987.html

- “Sport” series signifies a more extreme level of ride height drop vs. “Pro” series kits which feature a moderate level of drop.
- Designed for the enthusiast who prefers a civilized boost of their vehicle’s street handling abilities with the looks of a lower ride height.
- Sport series springs, bump stops, and shock absorbers are available as kits or separately.

Eibach® - Pro Lowering Kit http://www.carid.com/2015-ford-musta...-43150980.html

- Designed for the enthusiast who prefers a civilized boost of their vehicle’s street handling abilities with the looks of a lower ride height.
- Includes a set of sport springs, bump stops, shock absorbers.
- “Plus” kits add a set of solid anti-roll bars and link rods to enhance the capabilities of the springs and shocks.
- Available in a range of height-dropping dimensions.

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Old 11-25-2015, 06:52 AM
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