- Get rid of that ugly fender gap on your Mustang and get that sporty ride height everyone loves.
- Out pace the compentition through the curves in your Mustang.
- Improved balance and traction gives you the advantage on the street and track.
- Maintain a comfortable ride while improving the handling of your Mustang.
- Cold-formed steel alloy construction with a long-lasting powder coat finish (Springs and Sway Bars).
- Progressive Spring Design & Precision tuned spring rates
- Precision Tuned Damping for PRO-KIT springs.
- Steel shock body with corrosion resistant coating.
- Approx. Lowering Front: 1.3 in
- Approx. Lowering Rear: 1.4 in
- Million-Mile Warranty on Springs
- 1994-2004 Ford Mustang GT Convertible [SN95]
Eibach PRO-SYSTEM-PLUS Kit is the perfect all in one package for those looking to improve the look and performance of their Mustang. The kit includes a set of Pro-Kit Lowering Springs, Dampers, and Sway bars.
Eibach Pro-Kit Springs lower your Mustang's center of gravity, reducing squat during acceleration (better traction), body roll in corners (increased grip), and excessive nose-dive under braking (shorter stopping distances). Every Pro-Kit is designed and tested by the Eibach suspension engineers and performance driving professionals, to deliver aggressive good looks and high performance handling, without compromising safety or ride quality. The proprietary, progressive spring design provides the ultimate balance to take your passion for driving to a whole new level.
The Eibach Dampers were design to work perfectly with the PRO-KIT springs. They have been precision tuned for the lower ride height and increased spring rates of the Eibach Springs on your Mustang. They will allow you to take full advantage of the increased spring rate and lower center of gravity for the best performance and ride quality.
Eibach Sway Bars are designed to reduce body roll improving handling and corning grip on your Mustang by increasing stiffness over the factory sway bar (Anti-Roll Bar). Improved handling comes from a reduction in body roll while turning and changing direction, a decrease in the load difference between the inner and outer wheels (in relation to the curve), and improving the balance of the vehicle to counteract the tendency to oversteer or understeer. Because sway bars do not affect spring rates there is no decernable change in ride comfort.