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HEY GUYS, I JUST WANT TO GET A FEW OPINIONS ON FORD RACING SPRINGS, OR SOME OTHER OPINIONS ON LOWERING SPRINGS. I'M JUST TRYING TO ELIMINATE SOME OF THAT GAP IN THE FENDER WELLS. tHANKS
 

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eibach pro kit is one of the best kits i think out there but u would also need caster camber plates also so u can adjust everything easier
 

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I bought them for the same reason you did...even tho i have not put them on yet im 99.9% sure that i will be happy. Only thing i have read is that it takes a few weeks for them to fully "drop" to the 1 and 1.25 drop.
 

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+1 on the frpp c springs just low enough without being to low. work well on the track and my headers dont bottom out anywhere Chris
 

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my roommate went from eibach sportlines to frpp B springs and loves it. The sportlines are too low for our area, and the b springs are about the same drop as my pro-kit, but more of a stiff spring. My car bounces over speed bumps when just creeping, and his is very stiff and smooth
 

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Wish I could give some useful input on the FRPP springs, but I throroughly enjoy my pro-kit. Aside from the blown-out shocks...
 

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im installing my FRP C springs today...ill take some pictures before and after ...its probly not going to settle right away...but ill put em up on this thread
 

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I have the C springs - perfect drop IMO......however, you better get new shocks and struts because the car will ride like a dump truck after youre done.
 

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we did doc's mach the other day. i think he posted pic's in the picture section. stock mach lowering and then the c-springs. they are still settling, but looks bad ass!
 
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