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Does anyone have a link showing OEM spring rates for the 11-12 GT without Brembos if it makes a difference? I have searched around and only come across the mention of them on Maximum Motorsport's site.

Eibach Pro-Kit spring set, 2011+ Mustang hardtop [35125.140] : Maximum Motorsports, the Latemodel Mustang Performance Suspension Leader!

It shows 122 lb/in for the front and 154 in the rear. I want to make sure I know what I have so I can decide what I want. I have been leaning towards the FRPP M-5300-P because I only want around an inch drop but they also do not list the rates for their progressive spring on their main site. Just curious if there was a resource or compilation of spring rates out there. Thanks in advance.
 

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Does anyone have a link showing OEM spring rates for the 11-12 GT without Brembos if it makes a difference? I have searched around and only come across the mention of them on Maximum Motorsport's site.

Eibach Pro-Kit spring set, 2011+ Mustang hardtop [35125.140] : Maximum Motorsports, the Latemodel Mustang Performance Suspension Leader!

It shows 122 lb/in for the front and 154 in the rear. I want to make sure I know what I have so I can decide what I want. I have been leaning towards the FRPP M-5300-P because I only want around an inch drop but they also do not list the rates for their progressive spring on their main site. Just curious if there was a resource or compilation of spring rates out there. Thanks in advance.
Dont forget the eibach will level the car out better than the FRPP. The pro kit will probably be the one i'll get or the roush kit.
 
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