Ford Performance or Steeda lowering springs for Magneride?

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Hey everyone, as the title shows, I'm trying to choose between the two springs for my Magneride Mustang GT. I actually already have the Ford Performance ones that lower the car .75 inches, but I'm trying to decide if getting the Steeda ones are worth the extra .25 inch drop. What are your thoughts? Anyone have any pictures they can share? Here's what my setup looks like.
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Love my steeda springs

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Here are the sports:

 

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Which one would be better at retaining the original feeling of the car? Magneride as it comes from the factory is perfectly sorted for the driving I do, I would just prefer lowering ~ 1" purely for aesthetics and don't want to compromise on ride quality.
 

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I have felt no loss of performance or comfort with the steed springs
 

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FWIW, I have a PP2 and the Ford Performance springs were a bit too harsh for me. I switched to the Steeda Sport springs and I am much happier.

The Steeda sport springs are essentially PP1 springs in terms of rates but with the added bonus of lowering the car a bit.
 

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FWIW, I have a PP2 and the Ford Performance springs were a bit too harsh for me. I switched to the Steeda Sport springs and I am much happier.

The Steeda sport springs are essentially PP1 springs in terms of rates but with the added bonus of lowering the car a bit.
Any rub? Are you running 305's on all 4 wheels? I've got a PP2 car, just don't want to go too low...
 

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I too have been on the same boat , Steeda or FP. This thread has def helped me make my decision. Just waiting on Steeda to come back in stock and I will be picking them up. Did not know about the military discount Steeda offers, but that is an awesome way to show support for our veterans. Thank you.
 

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