Eibach Sportline Springs, 2015-2018 Mustang

DM-Part#:  68596 MFG-Part#:  4.14535

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Eibach Sportline Springs, 2015-2018 Mustang.
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Eibach Sportline Springs, 2015-2018 Mustang. Eibach SPORTLINE is the extreme-performance spring set created for the extreme enthusiast - the one who craves a race-car attitude for maximum street performance - with the lowest possible drop, but with the exceptional ride quality you expect from Eibach. Engineered with the same care as our PRO-KIT springs, Eibach SPORTLINE springs achieve legendary handling by aggressively lowering your car's center of gravity, using our precision - engineered progressive spring rates. By radically lowering your car's center of gravity, our SPORTLINE springs dramatically reduce squat during acceleration, body roll in corners and nose-dive under braking. By using our proprietary, progressive spring design, our SPORTLINE springs provide the ultimate balance between high performance, extreme lowering and comfortable ride quality. When combined with today's wild 18", 19" or 20" wheels and tires, the result is a car that handles just as white-hot as it looks. Lowers the car approx Front: 1.5 in Rear: 1.3 in
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Additional Info
DM-Part# 68596
Truck Line No
Oversized No
Fits Model Year 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Fits Model Coupe, Convertible
Install Time Coming Soon!
Install Difficulty N/A
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Product Questions

I think these Eibach springs are linear and not progressive, correct? How stiff would the ride be? If I was looking for some comfort with excellent handling, would these springs be what I am looking for on my 2017 GT PP? Any idea what the comparable Ford Racing spring would be to this Sport line? I understand FR uses Eibach springs.