thats what i was thinking. perfect, thanks! my rears are 9.5, so thats good to know.T4B said:I've got the prokit with 18x9.5 wheels. It's sits perfectly and the arch of the wheel well matches the curve of the tires.
IMO the sportlines are too low.
Sportlines are fixed-rate spring that will give a more harsh ride than the progressive-rate Pro Kit (too much for my personal taste, but many others love them). Advertised drop of Sportlines is 2", vice 1.5 for Pro Kit (cc plates will likely be required with Sportlines).Iceman_19 said:alright, which of those offers the best performance, ride quality, stance, etc, and can fit an 18" rim without rubbing? also, are there any other better quality springs? offer your opinions! please and thank you
The sportlines drop the car TOO much and will actually be worse for your cars handling, even though they are stiffer and lower. It has to do with the angle of the front lower control arms with respect to the ground. If the control arms are angled upwards, as they are with lowered mustangs, the front roll center (the point about which the car pivots during body roll) drops below the ground, further away from the vehilce's center of gravity (CG).MustangLife said:Don't get either if you want better traction. If your wanting a drop and better handling get the sportlines you will be dissappointed in the pro-kit. The sportlines aren not to much drop but our cars were not designed to be lowered for some reason.