Hi Rocket. I chose another route and went with the Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs and I love it. The car seems to be even tighter in the corners and rides extremely well. I mainly like the new profile as it sits lower to the ground. The only pain in the but is when you have to raise the car on the lift. I usually have to roll the car on top of about a 1 inch piece to raise the height in order to get the lift supports to clear under the car.I have noticed where several guys have installed the FRPP lowering kit and really like it but I was wondering if anyone has tried the Eibach kit or any other kit and if so what was the results, good, bad, etc.
I don't believe that flipmo has been on here for a couple of years. I'm also pretty sure that he has sold his GT500.flipmo did you have to replace/add panhard bar with the eibach springs i thought of using eibach pros but was told you need a panhard bar. By the way that is one beuatiful shelby gt500 which is jsut like my 09 color combo, thanks man for input and pic!
I've always heard the H&R are top shelf productsEibach has been notorious for producing sub par products over the years. This doesn't mean that this particular product will be. But they have a bad rep in the mustang community. (ie: spring sagging).
Personally I would pay more for H&R springs which has consistantly been a top of the line product.
Just my 2 cents...I could be wrong :habbobuggs:
Whenever you lower the car from stock, the axle will shift relative to the body. If you want to center up the axle, you'll need an adjustable panhard bar. They are inexpensive and easy to install. When my FRPP springs went on, so did a BMR panhard bar.Ok but noone is really answering the question do you need a pnhard bar when you drop your gt500 whether it be eiback or other?? I remeber vaguely another post someone mentioned yes you do. But you guys here that have installed ebaich springs did you purchase and install a new panhardbar?? i wonder, thanks guys