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Eibach Sportline Spring Set
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Sportline Spring Set

Autocross/Track
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  • Front and Rear
  • Ride Height: Extreme Lowering
  • Manufacturer Part #: 4.10085
  • Note: Avg Low 1.8"F 1.6"R
    Lowering amount may vary with options.
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  • Vehicle:
    1997 Toyota Celica ST
    5
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      1,000
      Shocks:
      KYB GR-2
    • Vehicle Miles:
      82,223
      Spring:
      Eibach Sportline Spring Set
    • Location:
      Fort Myers, FL
      Chassis Products:
      N/A
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Mostly City
    March 22, 2010
    Installed these for the purpose of lowering and improving the handling; the springs, combined with the new KYB OEM-replacement struts, did just that. Handling is increased tenfold, yet the ride is still comfortable. Overall, I would describe it as firm, but not offensive. Cornering attitude is improved, the car is more responsive, and all of the ride motions - in every direction - are nicely muted. For me, this is the perfect compromise between DD ride quality and performance. The car also looks great when lowered, although the front seems to be a just a slight bit higher than the rear, which takes away a bit of aggressiveness. All in all, I am a very satisfied customer.
  • Vehicle:
    2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Sedan LS
    5
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      100
      Shocks:
      Stock
    • Vehicle Miles:
      67,000
      Spring:
      Eibach Sportline Spring Set
    • Location:
      Sikeston, MO
      Chassis Products:
      N/A
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Combined Highway/City
    December 04, 2009
    I bought these springs for my 2005 chevy cobalt LS Sedan because I wanted a much lower stance and a more agressive handling response and this got me just that. I can almost use the top of my car for a seat now instead of leaning on the hood sort of speaking. They were very simple to install and look Great also. I am very pleased and would gladly purchase again.
  • Vehicle:
    2000 Ford Mustang GT
    3.5
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      10,000
      Shocks:
      Stock
    • Vehicle Miles:
      100,000
      Spring:
      Eibach Sportline Spring Set
    • Location:
      San Diego, CA
      Chassis Products:
      N/A
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Combined Highway/City
    September 01, 2009
    For a street Mustang these are too low. I had to tuck up my exhaust as much as possible so I wouldn''t scrap and dent my exhaust system on bumps and what not. On a nice mountain road these things are nothing but a dream.... Very predictable with solid/ accurate feedback to driver. With that said if the road wasn''t paved just the other day by the god of driving, then you may notice some fun spoiling drawbacks.....For example you will, at times, have bump steer aka hitting a bump in the road and either loosing traction and turn in ability or hitting a bump and momentarily (until corrected) oversteering into a turn. Case in point... its just no fun. Issue number two (sometimes comes along with the first issue).... bumps can also completely unsettle the chassis. The only way I can describe that is the whole suspension and chassis feels like it doesn''t know what to do.... like the car''s spin has been shaken to its core and it needs just a millisecond or two to recuperate back to dominating that mountain pass.... but away from every so often high performance drawbacks and to issue number three. Which is that I know where every single decent bump and pothole is around here. I can show you where metal shavings off my $400 x-pipe can be found. I have streets that I would prefer to avoid. I''ve had to learn to go about 3 mph over some speed bumps. This shouldn''t be a part of daily driving. It is not intolerable and you will get used to these things but its still a downer on an other wise wonderful car. Unless you drive heavily on track or these springs are for your weekend toy that doesn''t see many ordinary roads I recommend Eibach''s Pro- Kit Spring Set.

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  • Eibach Sportline Spring Set (02:08)
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    Eibach's Sportline provides the balance between a lowered stance, improved handling and ride comfort. Take a look in this video from Eibach.

  • Eibach Tech Tip: Before the Pro-Kit Install (01:02)
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    What are the measurements to record and steps to take before installing your Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set and going for your test drive? Watch and learn.

  • Eibach Tech Tip: Brake Care During Suspension Installation (00:38)
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    Do things right from the start by paying special attention to your brake system during suspension installation to ensure optimum performance when you're done. This video illustrates how to do just that.

  • Eibach Tech Tip: The Importance of Pre-Loading (01:02)
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    Why is pre-loading important when installing your new springs, anti-roll bars or coil-over systems? Find out in this video from Eibach.

  • Getting Suspension Modifications Right the First Time with Eibach (03:24)
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    A Honda Civic Si and Volkswagen Golf GTi go from good to great with the addition of an Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set. Improved handling and reduced fenderwell gap are the result. Eibach's driver takes both for a spin so we can feel the improvements.

  • The Eibach Difference: Pro-Kit Spring Set & Sportline Spring Set (01:45)
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    Tanner Hallihan, Eibach's North America motorsports account manager, tells us how - from onsite engineering and prototyping to powder coating - Eibach Pro-Kit and Sportline Spring Sets are built to be put to the test.

  • What One Eibach Product Does it All? (03:50)
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    You just bought your dream car, the Honda Civic Si, and you're wondering what you should do first. Improve its handling, braking or accelerating? What Eibach modification does it all? Watch as Eibach test drives the Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set and the Eibach Sportline Spring Set/Anti-Roll Kit combo on the Honda Civic Si.

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