Steeda S550 Pro-Action Shocks and Struts - Now Available!

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  1. David@Steeda

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    Searching for the ultimate combination between ride quality and performance for your 2015-2016+ S550 Mustang? Look no further than our Steeda Pro-Action shocks and struts. These dampers feature street and track-proven technology which have been methodically tested and tuned to achieve optimum compression valving, giving you that quick sports car reaction on the road with easily adjustable rebound damping at the twist of a knob. From soft and comfortable to stiff and aggressive, these Pro-Action shocks have more adjustability than you will ever need!

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    Steeda S550 Mustang Pro-Action Shocks and Struts (15-16 GT/V6/EcoBoost) | 555-8147

    Key Benefits:

    - Steeda proprietary shock valving

    - Specifically designed for lowered S550 Mustangs

    - Rebound adjustable for the ultimate in tunability
    - Reduce wheel hop, squat, body roll and body oscillation
    - Less damper friction, less sideloading on the shafts, lower internal pressures

    - Huge range of tire, wheel, and spring fitment combinations backed with Steeda’s limited warranty

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    Incorporate your stock or aftermarket spring package to these adjustable dampers for the perfect ride quality. Eliminate the choppy stock ride, reduce dive, squat and body roll, and eradicate wheel hop once and for all! Steeda’s Pro-Action dampers are the highest quality twin tube dampers on the market, and include a separate compression piston internally to give you the same compression force as a standard damper with significantly less gas and internal pressures - this means less internal stress on the components, less friction, more repeatability and a lighter overall package! Coupled with our extremely strong steel housing, our twin tube setup provides bulletproof reliability, lower bending loads on the damper shafts and increased performance! As always, our kit is backed by our Steeda limited warranty.

    This robust system was design to keep your options open. Tire fitment starts at 295 in the front and can go as high as 315 in the front with the correct offset, while 315’s fit easily on the rear. With this range of setup options these, dampers are perfect for daily drivers, road racers and drag racers alike.

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    We will also offer just the fronts and just the rears, stay tuned! Switch to the Steeda Pro-Action shocks and struts for the pinnacle of performance, ride quality and reliability!

    In stock and ready to ship! Steeda S550 Mustang Pro-Action Shocks and Struts (15-16 GT/V6/EcoBoost) | 555-8147
     
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    Rod just told me I'm going to be the guinea pig with these things. See ya in Pompano tomorrow!
     
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    Let us know how you like them. Can't wait to see these on cars!
     
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    Damn. They look nice!!
     
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    Looks good. Only thing I missing on my setup are these :)
     
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    Dyno graphs? Pretty please?

    Seems a touch expensive (Koni Sports are less), but I'm excited to see reviews. Can you explain some of the key differences between these and the Koni, [MENTION=10893][email protected][/MENTION]?
     
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    more than Koni? not being a wise ass, but what makes them cost more than the koni?
     
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    That's awesome! They're here and waiting for ya!

    Just let me know if you'd like a set! :)

    Thanks, bud!

    Would love to see these installed on your car, let's make it happen! :cheers:

    Sure, when comparing these to something like the Konis, ours have different shock valving, in our opinion better ride quality (especially if you daily drive your S550), and ours have a wider range of adjustment. We spent months rigorously testing these. Plus, you can always send me a pm if you're looking for a promo code. :)
     
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    Thanks! Do these sit a little lower nominally on a force vs. velocity curve compared to the Koni, while simultaneously having a wider adjustment range?

    I do DD my car, so ride quality is very important, but so is handling (willing to give up a little bit of this for decent ride quality, however). Do you have any feedback on what these are like with stock PP springs?

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    Woohooo! I'm in for early adopter.
     
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    Dave, tell Rod he sucks for not calling me... I've veen waiting since December man. Very excited as you have added features I wasnt expecting. Do you believe it possible to fit a 305/35r19 tire in the front with on a 19x10 +30et
     
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    Finally! Steeda does it again! :clap2:
     
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    finally!

    great another thing I want >_<
    [MENTION=14371]'Merica[/MENTION]
     
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    Damn I thought I was all set on getting Koni's but now I don't know.
     
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    Are the valving more aggressive than the konis? I am running sportlines and I want my ride to be pretty stiff. Not my daily driver. Last time I used konis with progressive springs even on stiff setting they were too soft.


    Please send me promo code.
     
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