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shifters and lower springs

Alright I've got some money to play with so, I've been debating to get a steeda tri-ax shifter and eibach sportline springs. Does anybody have any advice on a cheaper shifter and springs that give the exact same results.

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Alright I've got some money to play with so, I've been debating to get a steeda tri-ax shifter and eibach sportline springs. Does anybody have any advice on a cheaper shifter and springs that give the exact same results.
you might look at Steeda's sprot springs or Ford Racing's SVO springs for the six.


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you might look at Steeda's sprot springs or Ford Racing's SVO springs for the six.
Besides the lowering and better control what else will them springs do ? smooth out the ride ?

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Besides the lowering and better control what else will them springs do ? smooth out the ride ?
smooth the ride? no the ride will be a bit worse than the GT with eicachs. somewhere in between with the svo springs.

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i bought a tri-ax shifter for my 2001 3.8 installed it, worked fine driving, but the damn thing would not go in reverse!! something was up with it, i called steeda and they didn't have much information to offer. so i sold the thing on ebay and went with the pro 5.0 shifter works great i love it!
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