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Eibach pro-kit or Ford P springs?

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Was wondering the pro and cons or if there is any between these springs? Either the Eibach pro-kit or Ford P springs? Is the drop pretty much the same, for these two different springs? I am going with the MM camber plates and Kenny brown adjustable panhard bar, LCA's and anti squat brackets. And, wanted some info on the differences in the springs? Eibach states on a boss it lowers the car in the front .6 and 1.0 on the rear. Is the P springs about the same? Thanks.


Not sure about those specific springs, but if you're curious what the eibach sportline's (which are lower than both of those springs by a good amount) looks like (to compare), check out my pics in this thread[1].

I originally thought the springs were identical but now I'm not sure. They are both made by Eibach and have a very similar drop. I have the P springs and they lowered the car enough for me and didn't compromise the ride too much. I'd say they are about 10% stiffer. I like the feel of the car a lot but mine's not a DD.

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