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Ford Racing Springs....B, C or F???

Hey Guys,

I am building my own suspension from scratch. I have rebuilt Bilsteins from a 2004 Cobra for the front, brand new Tokicos from a Mach1 for the rear and a rear sway bar from a 95 Cobra. I have decided to go with Ford Racing springs, but I'm unsure as to whether B, C or F would be best for me. I'd like the springs to create a comfortable ride that is not too harsh or bone shattering when going over bumps. I'd also like to make sure the set I choose will work well with the Bilsteins/Tokicos. Can someone give some feedback please?

Ford B Springs: Front: 425-530 Rear: 200-300 Drop: 1.50 0.75
Ford C Springs: Front: 650 Rear: 200-300 Drop: 1.50 0.75
Ford F Springs: Front: 460-570 Rear: 200-250 Drop: 1.50 1.50


It's a Mustang GT. A Ford product. Need I say more?
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Havent heard any feedback about those springs,
I think they just came out,?


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I just recently purchased the F Springs and they are the same as the Eibach Pro Kit. The springs came in an Eibach box with Ford label M-5300-F on the side with Pro-Kit Literature. Even the springs themselves are labeled Eibach with the Pro-Kit part # right on them.
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