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Has anyone installed the Ford Performance lowering springs (M-5300-W). I few guys at a car meet have installed lowering springs and say handling in nite and day.

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I haven’t done any homework on springs as I’m just not interested yet (sure it’s coming though, LOLJ, but I do browse threads. I recall seeing quite a few posts supporting the Ford springs. Several of the comments I noted said that compared to Eibach, the Ford lowered less and were stiffer/much better handling. Eibach had much more drop and were noticeably softer.
 

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I haven’t done any homework on springs as I’m just not interested yet (sure it’s coming though, LOLJ, but I do browse threads. I recall seeing quite a few posts supporting the Ford springs. Several of the comments I noted said that compared to Eibach, the Ford lowered less and were stiffer/much better handling. Eibach had much more drop and were noticeably softer.
Yeah, I have read similar. It was interesting that the Eibach lowered different rates front to rear. I like Fords idea, equal.
 

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I'll be interested to see how this works out for you, what springs you go with, difference in ride, etc. I drag my snout getting in and out of driveways (my own included) without lowering.
 

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Plus I think with springs, you have to get the magneride recalibrated. I’m going with R 30 series tires too. Between calibrating, lowering the car from tires, and not unhappy with stock fender gap, springs are waaaay down my priority list.
 
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