Eibach adjustable coil-overs for 2015 and up Ford Mustang

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Coil-over suspension, adjustable at all four corners has become the most popular upgrade in aftermarket suspensions.

A fact not lost on Eibach, they offer their new Pro-Street-S package (part #35145.711) for the 2015+ Ford Mustang.

The package offers up everything you need to lower your Mustang 1-inch to 2-inches both front and rear for both style and serious performance for the track.

Designed and tested in house at Eibach, not just farmed out and slapped with a brand sticker, the Eibach Pro-Street-S package promises to offer better turn-in response, grip, and a firmer ride.

Up front it comes with a complete replacement assembly with tuned dampers and stiffer rate springs at 250 pounds vs 182 pounds for the stockers. The front coil-over strug assembly allows for a drop from 1-inch to 2.5 inches.

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Because at the rear, a coil-over design really isn’t the best solution on the Mustang’s independent rear suspension, so Eibach provides a new set of tuned dampers and a set of progressive rate springs. The rates are 285 to 857 pounds.

The rear spring however comes with an adjustable mounting saddle that still gives you a range of ride height drop. With the mount you can drop the Mustang 1-inch to 2-inches.

Eibach says the Pro-Street-S package takes about 2 hours to install for each axle and can well be a DYI project if you have all the needed tools.

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