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Need some help here guy's. I want to replace the springs on my 92 GT with a set of drag oriented ones, my only problem is I don't want it to sit as high as stock or as high as the Eibach Drags. Is there any alternative that will perform well at the strip, but offer me a nice looking ride height. I was thinking about getting a set of Eibachs and cutting them down a coil, but don't have a clue about how to do it, or if you even can. Also thought about a set of FMS "B" springs, or maybe even a full set of coil overs. Basically I want to sit a little lower than stock, but be able to hook at the track, any help would be much appreciated.
 

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Im using the stock v-8 rears and a Moroso Trick spring up front... Havent put them in yet , but the guy thats going to is going to cut them accordingly... This combo from what Ive heard from others works quite well...
 

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I was going to buy a set of Eibachs, and heard that you can cut them, I just don't know how to do it myself, or who to take them to, to have it done.
 

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4 cylinder mustang springs work very well on the drag strip, are livable on the street and with a heavy V8 sitting on them they definetly ride a lot lower than stock.... just my 2 cents :)
 

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Stock springs in the rear from what Ive seen other people using.... Hell , I was looking at the NMRA site and have profiles of some of the cars using stock springs all the way around...
 

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yep, 4 poppers front and back seem to do that job really well, I personally know a guy that cuts low 1.5 60's with em on 26x8" et streets.
 

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If you want to change lower control arms then that is the best way. Keep the springs you have and adjust the control arm to the heigth you desire.
 

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Seems like the springs aren't as important as shocks, struts, and tires, so I think I will just go with a set of FMS "B" springs since they are lb. rated similar to stock, and will give me a nice ride height without being too low. A good set of shocks, and struts should round out the package nicely. How are the KYB AGX's ?

p.s. the car already has uppers, and lowers

Thanks for all the help guy's !
 
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