2019 GT350 Lowering Springs

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I'm researching for a lowering spring for the '19 GT350. Did anyone update theirs that could share some feedback? Steeda Sport/Dual rate, FP, Eibach? The '19 springs are great but I really would like to lower that gap between the tires and fenders.

Any help is appreciated!





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I have the FP springs and love them. Perfect gap.
 

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Here’s mine on 19’s.
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I'm researching for a lowering spring for the '19 GT350. Did anyone update theirs that could share some feedback? Steeda Sport/Dual rate, FP, Eibach? The '19 springs are great but I really would like to lower that gap between the tires and fenders.

Any help is appreciated!
I’m researching this too; so far the consensus seems to be FP (dual rate) or BMR (linear) if you’re going to track it. Any of them (magnaride compatible) if you’re going for appearance, pick the one that lowers it to the stance you want.
 
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I’m researching this too; so far the consensus seems to be FP (dual rate) or BMR (linear) if you’re going to track it. Any of them (magnaride compatible) if you’re going for appearance, pick the one that lowers it to the stance you want.
definitively. I am planning on tracking it so want to keep it functional. My main doubt is if this FP springs are the ones that the R has, then I believe the 2019 comes with the same springs now. If the FP are lower than the R then I'm definitively going for it.

Anybody knows?
 

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Here's mine on FP springs and OEM MPSS 295/35/19 & 305/35/19 tires

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Here it is on 305/30/19 Sport Cup 2 tires all around

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definitively. I am planning on tracking it so want to keep it functional. My main doubt is if this FP springs are the ones that the R has, then I believe the 2019 comes with the same springs now. If the FP are lower than the R then I'm definitively going for it.

Anybody knows?
The R does not have FP springs.
 

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