The Bullitt springs are specific both front and rear and are rated at 600lbs fr. and 250 rear. I prefer this type of spring compared to the progressives that were on my stock '98GT coupe as they give a nice firm turn-in, get rid of any brake dive (which there was a lot of) and say bye bye to body roll.steve97Cobra said:As far as I know, only the factory and the Eibach Pro-kits spec a different spring for the vert than for a coupe. I wouldn't worry too much about that difference, since the weight difference is like a tank of gas.
More important is to get a spring rate that matches what you intend to do with the car, and what shocks you plan to use. If you just want lower, that's fine, if you want handling, that's fine, and if its for drag racing, that's fine, but they all require different springs.
Anybody know the spring rate on the Bullitt kit?
For 2002, the difference between a GT vert and a GT coupe is 138 lbs. A full tank of gas comes in at around 95 lbs. Not too far off -- it would be the weight of an extra person if it were my boss, who weighs 135 lbs. I, on the other hand, weigh a bit less than twice that ...LI98GTStang said:I also thought the weight difference between a vert and coupe is in the order of 200 lbs - the weight of having an extra person on board? Maybe I'm wrong.