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Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs (11-14 GT, V6)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey, guys. Stephanie with, here with the Eibach Sportline lowering springs for 2011 to 2014 GT and V6 Mustangs. The Eibach Sportline lowering springs are going to be a good option for the GT and V6 owners out there who are looking for a spring that will give an aggressive drop and more aggressive handling. The spring is perfect for those owners out there that are willing to sacrifice some of the nicer amenities of a soft ride quality in order to gain one of the biggest drops from a lowering spring that's going to improve the looks and handling of the S197. Lowering springs have a big impact on both the looks and handling of this car, and the Sportlines offer one of the largest drops. These Sport Line springs are going to work for both the coupe and convertible models for both GTs and V6s. But the amount of the drop will change slightly depending on which model exactly you have, due to the weight differences between the models. These will drop the GT about 1.3 inches in the front and 2 inches in the rear, and the V6 just over 1 inch in the front and 1.7 in the rear. Like I said, it doesn't get much lower than this for the S197 from a spring. It may not sound like it, but it is a pretty big drop. Depending on your wheel and tire setup, this drop is going to eliminate a lot of the wheel gap that the car has from the factory, and it's going to leave the car sitting nice and even a little bit above the tires. But of course, that can change depending on what size wheels you're running. Now, a one-inch drop or just under a one-inch drop is pretty standard across the board for this year range.The car sits pretty high on the factory setup, so the 1.3 and 2-inch drop that the Sportlines offer is pretty aggressive, and I mean aggressive in both looks and performance changes. It's also going to be one of the greatest drops from a spring that you're going to be able to find. This drop will lower the car's center of gravity enough to create more track-like handling capabilities. These springs are really going to reduce squat during acceleration and reduce wheel hop as well. You're also looking at much less body roll during cornering and less nosedive during braking. Lowering the center of gravity this much means that these springs are really going to change and tighten up the handling of these cars. Now, if you think these springs have too much of a drop or you really want to hang on to some of the softer ride quality characteristics, Eibach also makes a Pro Kit lowering spring. They drop the car about one-inch or one and a half in the rear, and they will ride differently than the Sportline kit, a little bit more comfortably. They also have different weight distribution characteristics. To really lay this out, I would say that the Sport Line springs are more aggressive and better suited for some track use, or for those that are really looking for high performance and forceful looks. They're an all the way around more aggressive spring. The Pro Kit springs, on the other hand, are a great option for those that would like to lower the car and reduce wheel gap, but that want to keep the ride quality and streetability in the forefront of their mind as well. This doesn't mean that the Sportline Kit won't work on a daily driven car. It'll work just fine. It really all comes down to your personal preference and what you want out of the springs. The Sport Line springs, like the Pro Kit springs, are still a progressive spring. The progressive springs concentrate on providing bounce at all times in order to improve handling. I will say, though, that since the drop here is more aggressive than most other springs and keeping the spring rate in mind, that these springs are not the most ideal for drag racing. There are some better options available on the site for you guys that want to hit the drag strip. Those other options will allow for more weight transfer, and they'll give you better results on the drag strip. Now, these springs to provide an aggressive drop, but they're still going to work with both the factory wheels and the preconfigured wheel and tire kits that are on the site. These springs aren't going to make the car difficult to drive places, but you will need to be a little bit more careful. They're going to be stiffer than the factory springs as well, so you will notice some more road noise and a few more bumps. But I wouldn't say that these give a bad ride quality at all. It's just not as soft as factory. I do want to say that a lot of times when you're shopping for lowering springs, you're also shopping for things like adjustable caster camber plates and a new set of both shocks and struts. In this case, I wouldn't say that the caster camber plates are necessarily required. But I will say that a one and a half-inch drop is about the limit of where you would need a set of adjustable caster camber plates in order to get the alignment within spec. It's going to be close here, so a set of caster camber plates wouldn't be a bad idea at all. At the end of the day, it never hurts to have a set of adjustable plates. So if you've got the extra cash, I'd say go ahead. But in all reality, you should be able to get away without picking up a set. As far as shocks and struts, this goes back to the drop too. I would say that you could get away with the factory shocks and struts in this case, due to the relatively minor drop in the grand scheme of lowering cars and the more forgiving progressive spring rate. I would also say that this is the case if you have some components with relatively low miles. If your shocks and struts have a ton of miles on them, then I would replace them. But in this case, since we're talking about relatively new cars here, you can probably get away without it. When it comes to price, these springs are going to be one of the middle of the road options. They're not the most expensive, but they're not the least expensive either. They cost just under $250, which is the same price as the Pro Kit springs. If you're just looking to get your car lower and you're not concerned with ride quality, there are some other options on the site that cost a little less and will get you where you need to be. On the other hand, if you are concerned with a nicer ride quality and getting as low as possible, you're shopping in the right place. So the install here is going to take about four hours, and I'm going to call it a two out of three wrenches on the scale. You will need some knowledge to complete the install, so I'd recommend having a knowledgeable helping hand or taking this to a shop for the install, especially since it's always a good idea to get an alignment after the install anyway. This install can be done on jack stands if you don't have access to a lift. But as usual, a lift would be your best bet here. You're going to need a few tools, including a spring compressor. So make sure you have that before you start the install. You're going to need to get down to the spring and strut assemblies, so everything like the wheels, brakes, ABS lines will need to be moved out of the way so you can pull the assemblies out of the car. The spring compressor will help you remove the spring from the strut and install the new front springs, which are compressed and installed the same way. The strut assemblies go back the same way they came out, and the install is the same for both sides. The rear is nearly the same. You will need to disassemble some items to get to the springs. But ultimately, you'll be able to lower the rear axle to the point where the springs will be free. Just like the front, the rear springs install the same way they were uninstalled. No surprises here. The rubber insulators are transferred over and the new bump stops can be installed. After the new springs are in, you can begin reinstalling the shocks and everything else you want installed, and that's about all it's going to take. Like I mentioned earlier, a fresh alignment after the install isn't a bad idea. Wrapping things up here, the Eibach Sportline lowering springs offer a spring with an aggressive drop and improvements in handling to make for a car that feels track-ready. They will drop the car just over an inch in the front and two inches in the rear, and will leave the car sitting just above the wheels and tires. The springs are not difficult to install. They're in the middle of the pack as far as pricing goes, and you can check them out more online right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Extreme Lowering & Aggressive Stance
      • Race Car Like Handling
      • Lower Center of Gravity
      • Progressive Spring Rate
      • Drops GT Coupe: 1.3 " Front, 2.0" Rear
      • Drops V6 Coupe: 1.1 " Front, 1.7" Rear
      • Drops GT, V6 Convertibles: 1.4" Front, 1.5" Rear
      • Fits 2011-2014 GT and V6 Mustangs
      • Clears Stock and Aftermarket Wheels & Tires.


      Better Handling. Give your Mustang the sports car type handling it deserves with an Eibach Sportline Spring Kit. This lowering spring kit lowers your Mustang's ride and center of gravity even more than the legendary Eibach Pro-Kit, for maximum improvement in acceleration, cornering, and braking performance. A set of Eibach Sportline springs are the no-compromise choice for the enthusiast that still needs a streetable car.

      Maximum Lowering.
      Eibach's Sportline Spring Kits are designed to deliver the lowest possible drop for a racecar like look and handling while still maintaining exceptional ride quality.

      Progressive Design.
      Eibach uses their proprietary progressive spring design to create the Sportline springs. The result is a spring that delivers the maximum lowering and aggressive stance a true enthusiast demands, without compromising safety or ride quality.

      Clears Stock and Aftermarket Wheels & Tires.
      These lowering springs were engineered to be compatible with your stock size wheels and tires, as well as AmericanMuscle's pre-configured wheel and tire combo kits (specific to your generation), to assure proper clearance with no rubbing issues.

      . This set of Eibach Sportline springs is designed for 2011-2014 Mustang GT & V6 coupes and convertibles. Sold as a set of four. Specifications:
      • 2011-2014 GT Coupe
        • Lowers Front: 1.3"
        • Lowers Rear: 2.0"
      • 2011-2014 GT Convertible
        • Lowers Front: 1.4"
        • Lowers Rear: 1.5"
      • 2011-2014 V6 Coupe
        • Lowers Front: 1.1"
        • Lowers Rear: 1.7"
      • 2011-2014 V6 Convertible
        • Lowers Front: 1.4"
        • Lowers Rear: 1.5"

      Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

      MPN# 4.12535

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      Customer Reviews (100+)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.9 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

      Installation Time: Full Day

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • March 25, 2020

        5 2014 V6 - Satisfied Installation Time: Afternoon

        Best Springs in the game!

        The price for the springs was definitely well worth it as these springs gave an aggressive drop while keeping the comfort of the ride at maximum!

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      • March 25, 2020

        5 2012 GT - James12121 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Very easy to install

        Awsome look. Fills my wheel well space very nice. Cheap easy look mod. Very happy dont need any special tools

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      • March 15, 2020

        5 2013 GT - CarloBunag Installation Time: Afternoon

        Amazing drop

        They came out great I’m very pleased at how it came out and the drop is just what I’ve been wanting !! Install took longer than I thought because of the bolts seizing up

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      • January 26, 2020

        5 2011 GT - djchrissypoo Installation Time: Afternoon

        Easy peasy

        The springs are awesome looking . They work as advertised.

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      • December 07, 2019

        5 2013 GT - CliffM Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

        Perfect setup

        Gave my car exactly the look and feel I wanted. Brought the front and rear of car perfectly level. These progressive springs are the only way to go. Stiffens up on corners like it should, but rides way smoother than I expected. You don't feel every little pebble on the road like you do with linear springs. Extremely pleased with my set up.

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      • November 25, 2019

        5 2013 GT - 302carlos Installation Time: Afternoon


        I love the new look, really woke my car up in terms of looks. Definitely worth it!

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      • September 26, 2019

        4 2011 V6 - Anonymous Installation Time: Afternoon

        Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs V6

        Looks great, I wish the front end was a little lower but doesn’t look out of place whatsoever, easy install everything went right on.

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      • September 22, 2019

        5 2013 V6 - JoshuaJ Installation Time: Afternoon

        Love the stance!!!

        Looked absolutely sick when first installed and even better after settling for about a week or so. The only thing that scared me was the horror stories I heard about how rough the ride was going to be but on the contrary it's opposite. I maybe notice a smidgen in the all around ride as to compared before. 100 all around satisfied.

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      • September 20, 2019

        4 2013 V6 - Kumba9 Installation Time: Afternoon

        My Lowered Pony

        These Eibach Sportline Springs were recently installed on my 2013 v6. The stance is soooooo much better and aggressive-looking! The handling around corners is amazing, but the ride quality is quite a bit more noticeable as a daily driver. This was cautioned in the AM video on this product and everything stated is pretty much spot on. I've had numerous other suspension upgrades as well. I may consider changing over to the Eibach Pro-kit to improve some of the daily use driving, but I'll keep this set for now.

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      • September 13, 2019

        5 2014 V6 - Sinanali Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Eibach sportline

        Mustang 2014 V6 Rear only spring change Rear tires 295/30/20 Front tires 245/40/20

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      Questions & Answers (63 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      I'm running 20x10 with 305 tires. It shouldn't rub correct?

      • We would need more information about your setup to fully answer that question. Please feel free to call or chat in so we can help you find the best lowering springs for your setup.

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      Do you need Caster/Camber Plates? Do you need any sort of camber plate with these springs to have it align properly after install?

      • With drops in excess of an inch, you will want to consider camber bolts or the camber/castor plates recommended with this item. The rear may also change, an adjustable panhard bar is a good item to consider to re-center your rear-end after dropping your car.

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      Do I need an upper control arm with these? Will I need an upper control arm with these or will I be fine without it? I don't race or track the car at all.

      • No, you do not need a new upper control arm. If you want a different ride then you could put some new ones on, but I did the strut/spring and camber plates on mine and it's been riding pretty good. I do recommend the camber plates. I got the adjustable ones and they are just awesome (mechanics will love them for an alignment).

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      Will 19 inch rims fit underneath these lowering springs? I am looking to buy 19 inch AMR rims and i am just wondering how the fitment looks/is with these lowering springs?

      • You wouldn't run into any problem installing 19" AMR Wheels with these lowering springs. Our wheel and tire packages fit properly up to a 2" drop without any clearance or rubbing. Hope this helps!

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      How do you eliminate sweak from front end when lowering? I have installed Eibach Sportline springs, sway bars and the shock/strut suspension kit. I am getting a sweak from the front end when the suspension compresses/expands. I have had my dealer replace the lower control arms under warranty thinking that was the problem, but the sweak remains. Have done some reading on products sold by AM and it looks like the Strut Monuts might be to blame. I have ordered Ford Racing GT500 Strut mounts to hopefully fix the problem. Has anyone run into this when lowering your mustang? Some have ssaid this is the fix as the OEM strut mounts should not be re-used.

      • You hit the hammer right on the head. The GT500 Strut Mounts should correct the noise that becomes especially apparent when using lowering springs. Countless customer feedback has mentioned that by upgrading to the GT500 strut mounts, they eliminates the front end squeak or clunk, and also help to improve the handling and control of your Mustang! Hope this helps!

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      10 More Questions
      What's the biggest wheel dimension I can fit in the rear with these? I want to go with 20's but I can't find an answer about which offset I'd be okay with in the rear. If I went with a 305/35/20 42mm or 315/35/20 42mm would I be okay? 1 answer
      Hello I have a 2012 mustang gt I ordered the eibach pro kit and wanted it even lower so I am uninstalling them and putting on the sport line my question is do I need to replace the boot or are they the same and I can leave that one in and just swap out the springs? Also in the rear I have 305/35/19 this should clear? 1 answer
      Would my tire rub if I got 285/35 all around with 19 inch wheels 0 answer
      Would these work with the Ford performance dynamic shocks and struts? Says they should be used with fp lowering springs but I would like more of a drop just wanted to make sure they are compatible 0 answer
      Would I need to adjust my pinion angle after this? 1 answer
      I have a 2012 v6 with AMR 19 inch rims, could I use my stock struts and shocks without any problems? 1 answer
      I understand I will need Caster Camber plates or the Caster Camber Bolts. What's the difference in the 2 options? 1 answer
      Will these make me lose dig launch performance? 1 answer
      I've got 20x10s for both sets, will they fit without rubbing? (255/30r20 front 275/30r20 rear) 1 answer
      I just bought 15x8 dark stars for the rear (for my 2012 coyote), will a 275/60 on the 15in wheel in the rear have any rubbing or clearing problems? Thanks! 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

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      • (4) Lowering Springs

      Tech Specs

      Springs Specifications
      Spring Rate: Front: 183 lb/in.
      Rear: 103-217 lb/in.
      Usage: Street/Track
      Year: 2011-2014 GT & V6 Model: Coupe
      Progressive or Standard: Progressive Estimated Drop: GT Coupe: 1.3" F / 2.0" R
      GT 'Vert: 1.4" F/ 1.5" R
      V6 Coupe: 1.1" F / 1.7" R
      V6 'Vert: 1.4" F/ 1.5" R

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Boss 302 - 12, 13
      • GT - 11, 12, 13, 14
      • V6 - 11, 12, 13, 14

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