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Ford Racing Lowering Springs (12-13 Boss)

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Features
  • Aggressive muscular stance
  • Improves handling
  • Lowers center of gravity
  • Progressive spring rate
  • Estimated Drop: Front - 15mm; Rear - 35mm
  • Jounce bumper kit included
  • Fits 2012-2013 Boss 302 and Boss 302 Laguna Seca edition
Description
Improves Handling. Installing a set of progressive rate Ford Racing Springs will lower your BOSS' center of gravity, which will reduce squat during acceleration, body roll in the corners, and excessive nose-dive under hard braking. Ford Racing Lowering Springs are great for street and track use. Aggressive Stance. The Ford Racing Springs not only improve the handling of your BOSS Mustang, but they also improve the overall appearance by lowering the ride height approximately 15mm front, 35mm rear for a more aggressive muscle car stance.

Jounce Bumpers Included. The included Jounce Bumper Stops may look like your stock ones, but the difference is that they are much softer/spongier than stock. So when the jounce bumpers compress, they release slower than stock to provide a less violent chassis reaction when the vehicle bounces off them.

Application. This set of four Ford Racing Springs are specifically designed for use on the 2012 to 2013 Boss 302 and Boss 302 Laguna Seca edition Mustangs.

Mustang Fitment: 2012 2013 Details

What's in the Box
  • (4) Lowering Springs
  • (2) Front Jounce Bumpers
  • (2) Rear Jounce Bumpers
Installation Info

Installation Time: (approx) 4 Hours

Difficulty Level:Mechanical expertise or professional installation required.

Tech Specs
Springs Specifications
Spring Rate: Front: na lb/in.
Rear: na lb/in.
Usage: Street
Year: 2012-2013 Model: BOSS 302
Progressive or Standard: Progressive Estimated Drop: 15mm F / 35mm R
Fitment
  • Boss 302 - 12, 13

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4/5
FRP 2012-2013 Boss 302 Lowering Springs

I had considered the 2012-2013 Boss specific Steeda springs, the Eibach Pro-lines, and the FRP 5300P springs for my 2013 Boss 302. I decided to wait just a little longer to see if Ford Racing would come

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5/5
boss ford racing lowering springs

well, no instructions but very easy if you have some mechanical ability. took about an hour and half. perfect fit, now it looks like a mustang should, ride quality about the same, handling much improved.

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Can I just use the rear springs as I do not want to lower the front?

RudyMay Year: 2013 Model: Boss

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Will the Laguna Seca's stock struts and shocks work??

Landeaux Year: 2013 Model: Boss

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  • Yes it will.

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Installation Time:Afternoon

  • Handling Improvement: 4.25 4.3/5
  • Ride Quality: 4 4/5
  • Appearance: 5 5/5
  • Bang For Your Buck: 4 4/5
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  • 4/5

    FRP 2012-2013 Boss 302 Lowering Springs

    July 07, 2013

    I had considered the 2012-2013 Boss specific Steeda springs, the Eibach Pro-lines, and the FRP 5300P springs for my 2013 Boss 302. I decided to wait just a little longer to see if Ford Racing would come through with their version of the Boss lowering springs, because 1) I didn't want to risk doing anything to negatively impact the handling of the car, 2) I found it difficult to determine if the non-Boss specific kits would lower the car by the amount advertised 3) I didn't feel that the Steeda springs would lower the car as much as I desired (Only .2" up front and .8" in back) When FRP finally came out with the Boss springs I cringed a little at the price, but liked what little information was provided in the specs, and decided to pay the extra and give them a try. The install was reasonably straight forward, and it's a good thing, because there were no installation instructions in the box - Just a note directing me to the Ford Racing website for installation instructions. Unfortunately, those didn't appear to exist either. I did however find a youtube video that provided most of the needed install information, and was able to locate the recommended torque specs on another site. All in all, it took 2-3 hours to install both front and rear springs. Although the specifications imply no other parts are necessary, I would recommend you install an adjustable panhard bar to go along with the springs. You shouldn't have any problem with rubbing if you don't, but the rear-end does shift about 1/2" toward the drivers side of the car. After a couple of weeks driving familiar routes, my impression is the car seems to handle slightly better than it did previously (Very flat, very responsive, and still very predictable). I was a little concerned about how the car would handle on choppy pavement in hard turns, but that seems to be fine. Just remember, I'm not a professional racer, so take everything I say for what it is - An amateur opinion! Looks and stance wise, I was very pleased. The front is lowered 1/2" and the back comes down 1 1/2", giving it a nice level stance, but not getting it so low you drag on every speed bump. That's not to say you won't drag on any though! Put a couple of your buddies in the car, and all bets are off. I have the QTP 302 cutouts on mine, and those have scraped the pavement a time or two, so approach those bumps with caution! Overall, I'm very pleased, and would buy the FRP Boss springs again if doing it over.

    Boss888

    Year: 2013 Model: Boss Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 4 Arkansas, USA

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  • 5/5

    Straightforward Install

    May 07, 2014

    These FRPP lowering springs are easy to install with the right tools. Jack stands work well, but a lift would be ideal. Note that an adjustable panhard bar and LCA relocation brackets may be required, as well as new LCA's, to get the rear suspension geometry where you want it. My front camber was only 0.1 degree out of spec, so no correction was required (for track use).

    valvedaddy

    Year: 2012 Model: Boss Driving Style: Race 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Dearborn, MI, USA

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  • 5/5

    Awesome

    February 22, 2014

    Springs lower perfect amount plus gives the car a stiffer cornering feel but still maintains a comfortable ride when just crusing.

    Vinnysg

    Year: 2012 Model: Boss Driving Style: Show 'Stangs I have owned: 5 New York, NY, USA

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  • 5/5

    boss ford racing lowering springs

    January 01, 2014

    well, no instructions but very easy if you have some mechanical ability. took about an hour and half. perfect fit, now it looks like a mustang should, ride quality about the same, handling much improved. I really like these springs

    DAVIDJ

    Year: 2012 Model: Boss Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 2 NW ARKANSAS

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