(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Hey I’m Justin with AmericanMuscle.com, and I’m taking a closer look at Eibach's pro alignment rear lower control arms fitting all 2005 and up Mustangs. The main purpose of these bars is to improve your traction and reduce wheel hop, plain and simple. They’re able to accomplish this by using firmer bushings and by offering dual adjustability, which will really help you dial in your optimal alignment settings and pinion angle especially on lowered cars. Another added benefit of using an aftermarket lower control arm is an overall firmer feeling rear end by eliminating those soft rubber factory bushings. This will help keep the car from wanting to pitch or lurch over bumps or uneven road, and will help the car track much straighter especially on hard launches. The only drawback to using something like this is the increased noise, vibration and harshness or NVH. This is due to the stiffer bushings and stronger materials used, but since the Mustang is a sports car and not a luxury cruiser, most of you should be ok with a little added firmness especially if it’s improving different areas of your cars performance. Installing these rear lower control arms is very straightforward especially when you factor in there’s only two bolts to address. However since you do have to remove your emergency brake cables which can be a bit tricky, we’ll call it 2 hours from start to finish, just to be safe. So if you’re looking to eliminate annoying wheel hop all while improving the overall feeling of your rear end, you should check out these Eibach pro alignment rear lower control arms today at AmericanMuscle.com.
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February 26, 2020
Wheel hop be gone
I was having bad wheel hop and some bushing squeaks so I tried out these control arms and was amazed at how tight it made the back end of my car. No more wheel hop and better handling and my noise was gone. I wish I had done it sooner.Helpful (0)
October 01, 2019
They were very easy to install. Looks and functions great. I would recommendHelpful (0)
May 14, 2019
Eibach Pro Alignement Rear Lower Control Arms
Way Better than stock control arms. They help grab on during a launch and no added nvh to the car. Perfect upgrade.Helpful (0)
January 21, 2019
Highly recommend. Easy install and easily adjustable. Look good on there too!Helpful (1)
December 15, 2018
The Eibach LCA's are perfect for helping to reduce wheel hop while still allowing for articulation of the rear axle and the best compromise for no additional NVH.Helpful (2)
November 03, 2018
Great Product, super light weight, I have lower control arm relocation brackets, and since installed the car would always go left when spinning the tires. I installed these arms and adjusted the rear so it's perfectly center, and set the pinion angle. Now it goes straight every time. No added NVH either.Helpful (2)
May 19, 2018
I can feel a noticeable difference when launching. I would highly recommend if you’re looking into buying rear lower control arms.Helpful (4)
December 14, 2017
perfect fit. awesome look. and way beefier then factory parts. did this, upper control arm, and installed rear coilovers in about 5hrs. probably would only take 3hrs but i had a bunch of stuck bolts i had to fight.Helpful (5)
November 24, 2017
Amazing improvement over stock. Like driving a completely different car.Helpful (4)
August 27, 2017
Great Lower Control Arm
I installed the Eibach adjustable rear control arms to adjust the pinion angle for my lowered Mustang and have hand great results. The rear feels solid and they were easy to install. I chose these over installing an adjustable upper control arm due to the many reviews stating the upper was difficult to remove. I do not work fast and think the installation took about one hour to install using a lift. After ordering I received the parts in about 3 days, Thanks American Muscle...Helpful (6)
Will bmr relocating brackets work with these eibach lca?
Yes they will fit. BTW - I have these on my 2012 GT and they have reduced wheel hop to almost zero -and- the high durometer bushings do not increase NVH and their deflection is equivalent to poly-type bushings offered by other vendors. Good luck with the install!
Hey I was wondering where I can buy a bushing kit for these control arms? And do you have a part number for the bushings that would be great help thanks
Bushings for the Eibach Pro-Alignment Rear Lower Control Arm can be sourced directly from Eibach. At this time we do not have a part number for replacement bushings.
Are these for mustangs that are lowered only, or will they work well with stock ride height? For a 12 GT
These will work with Mustangs that are at stock ride height.
My mechanic told me these are just for drag racing, that they would wear out after a couple thousand miles on a daily driver. Anyone have this issue? Do they last?
The Eibach Pro-Alignment Rear Lower Control Arms are not designed specifically for drag racing, and actually utilize rubber bushings as opposed to poly or spherical to maintain ride quality. These should have a long lifespan.
I have a 2009 GT, Lowered already with panhard bar, 285/30/20 tires on 10 1/2 inch wheels, on the rear. I was reading where another person wrote to measure the control arm your taking off and adjust these newer lower control arms to those. Wondering when would we adjust these adjustable arms, if we're going right off stock ones we're taking off. And when adjusting them what is it actually doing to the car. I don't so much as have wheel hop, but I seem to spin the tires a lot and until it hooks, really when hitting 3rd gear. i need it to hook better at least when hitting 2nd. Car does have internal eng work and alot external modes, to include 373 gears and headers.
You will see less wheel hop with these installed.
Relocation brackets would not be needed for these control arms no.
No just take your time and match up your bolt positions to stock to start with and adjust evenly to the desired feel your looking for
more of a rubber compound than poly. same material used on oem products but harder. i have these on my car , still had hopping until i installed lower control arm brackets. you might want to try lca brackets before buying l.c.a.
(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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