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Hi-Silicon Spring Sets by Steeda
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Description: Springs are the foundation of good handling. So start with the best. Our experience and expertise in high performance street and racing suspension systems is second to none. Put that experience to work for you. Steeda springs are all custom made to our specifications- specifications that have been refined and improved through years of testing.

Sport Springs
Sport Springs lower the car 1” to 11/4”
Big improvement in handling and looks
Maintains good ride quality
High quality steel wire rides better than
other brands with similar spring rates

Competition Springs
Lowers the car approximately 11/4”
Ultimate handling with a street-able ride
Slightly firmer ride than Sport Springs
O.E. on Steeda’s 5th Anniversary Mustangs

Full Competition Front Springs
Approximate 1-1/4" to 1-1/2" lowering
For all out road racing competition.
Recommended for Mustangs with 351 engine or race weight of more than 3300 lbs.
Spring rate 850-1050 lbs. per inch
Front springs only-Use with Sport or Competition/Street rears

2003 Cobra Sport Springs
1.25" front and 1.00" rear
Front Progressive helical compression constrained by chassis and lower A-frame.
Rear Progressive helical copmression constrained by chassis and lower A-frame.
Spring rate front working range 720-780lb/in
Spring rate rear working range 650-790lb/in
Steeda's performance lowering springs improve the overall handling of the 2003 Cobra by lowering the center of gravity and reducing body roll and pitching motion. The reduced longitudinal pitch of the vehicle during heavy braking, due to the optimized spring calibration, improves the overall braking efficiency. The higher rate of the front springs reduces the amount of load transferred to the front tires. This causes the load on all four tires to be more evenly distributed providing additional traction to the rear tires. The additional gain in rear traction usually results in reduced braking distances.
The proportionate increase in spring rate also reduces body roll, which limits adverse suspension movement. This confines the suspension geometry to stay within parameters that enhance the tires contact patch relative to the road, The result is improved vehicle cornering and handling, because front and rear tire loading is more evenly distributed. Therefore, higher cornering limits can be achieved because the built in understeer characteristics are reduced and provide for a more neutral yet safe vehicle.

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