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Ford Mustang GT 2005-2014 Lowering Coil Spring Set
The lower your pony car is to the ground the better. You not only get a very slick low-to-the-ground racing look, when you install Lowering Coil Springs on your '05-'14 Ford Mustang GT it will also handle better at higher speeds in tight turns. Lowering coil springs are a great way to accomplish the look and performance that you want.
Less air moving under you Mustang GT is a good thing because that means lower drag coefficient. Bottom line, the lower your drag the faster your Mustang GT will be able to go. A great way of lowering the drag coefficient on your car is to eliminate the space where the air is moving and that's exactly what lowering coil springs do.
A lower center of gravity on your 2005-2014 Mustang GT will keep the outside edge of your car from "rolling up" while turning at a good speed. These progressive rate coil springs will make sure that your tires maintain good surface contact during turns giving you more control.
Style and Substance
Ever since Steve McQueen chased down bad guys in his '68 Mustang GT the car has been forever immortalized in the halls of cool. With the redesign in 2005, Ford went back to those stylistic roots, and there's no question that this car was made to be seen, and it looks great lowered. When you install lowering coil springs on your Mustang GT, it not only looks awesome, but the center of gravity of your vehicle is lowered. This gives you the added benefit of greater control when taking corners that would definitely earn a surly nod of approval from Frank Bullitt before he peels out and speeds away.
If you have not upgraded your shocks yet, don't worry, these coil springs are engineered to balance perfectly with the OEM shocks on the '05-'14 Ford Mustang GT. Exact fitment is guaranteed.
Progressive Rate Springs
The linear rate springs that come installed on most cars are perfectly adequate for everyday driving, like say, your grandmother heading to church on Sunday. Progressive rate springs, like these, are specifically designed for road racing and grand touring. You'll notice one side of the spring is more tightly coiled than the other. This allows your Mustang GT to stay closer to level when taking turns since the wide coils absorb more weight on the inside and the tighter coils keep your outside from rolling up.