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post #1 of 4 Old 04-11-2002, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hey guys, new here...got a question about the Eibach Sportline Kit. Does anyone here have a pic of their car with it? I hear it has a 2.0in drop in the front and a 1.8in drop in the rear...sounds like a really aggressive stance, but I cant recall seeing any stangs in my area with them. If anyone has a pic of them, or any opinions on them, id appreciate it!

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post #2 of 4 Old 04-11-2002, 03:43 PM
 
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Get the sportlines. I makes the car look bad A$$. I have them on my 01 GT and it looks great. I also had the pro kit, but to me that wasn't low enough so I went with the sportline. I don't have any pics but trust me it make a ton of difference in the wheel gap. Just a riminder, ground clearance is an issue now. I have some trouble going over huge speed bump and steep drive ways. You are also going to need some CC plates also. I would highly recomend them if you like to be low. Good luck

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You might want to consider the H&R super sports. The drop is somewhere between the sportline drop and pro-kit. Plus I've heard nothing but good things about H&R. I bought the super sports but haven't put them on.

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Just a riminder, ground clearance is an issue now. I have some trouble going over huge speed bump and steep drive ways. You are also going to need some CC plates also. I would highly recomend them if you like to be low. Good luck
Well i have an xpipe that hangs kinda low as it is........i might look at H&R's.....thanks guys.
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