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I have a PP2 -factory springs rates 198(F) 823(R)- and am looking for a set of springs that will lower the car a bit while retaining a compliant ride.

Currently running the Ford Performance springs (M-5300-W) and they are a bit harsh for my roads. The FP spring rate is 250(F) and that extra ~50lb sure is noticeable.

I also do not like the slight rake they give. Prefer perfectly even wheel gaps.

Another option would be BMR but I don't think they'd be any better for me being that they are 250(F) 980(R).

That leaves Steeda which has an even 1" drop spring with 170(F) 715(R) but that seems like a step back to PP1 rates (which are 165(F) 728(R)).

Truthfully I felt the stock springs were great for daily driving (when in Normal mode) just a bit too high.

Does anyone offer lowering springs with stock PP2 rates?

Are there any other options I'm missing or are these it?

I might try the Steeda springs next and if they feel soft maybe drive in Sport+ instead :crazy:
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I enjoy the steeda springs on my pp1 with mag ride.

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Let me know if I can help assist by putting you in contact with one of our build experts - they can speak to you about the MagneRide Springs ... or ... David can :)

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I enjoy the steeda springs on my pp1 with mag ride.

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awesome . You just helped me make a decision. Does the front splitter still clear the parking space curb things?
 

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awesome . You just helped me make a decision. Does the front splitter still clear the parking space curb things?
Cant say i park close enough to them to confirm that but wouldn't suggest trying to park over them.
 

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Cant say i park close enough to them to confirm that but wouldn't suggest trying to park over them.
Yeah I don’t try to do it on purpose, so many years of driving pickup trucks have made it a hard habit to break.
 

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That's great looking Mustang!

What tire sizes?
Is the fender gap even front and rear?
Rear is 325/30/19
Front is 285/35/19
Here is side shot

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We ran the BMR magneride springs on our Whippled 18+ that ran a best of 8.6 1/4 mile. We loved the ride and had no issues performing with these springs. They also lower the car just enough to close that notorious wheel gap. Feel free to message me if you have any other questions.


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