(approx) 4 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation
Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details
KONI 1145 1092
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(approx) 4 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
What's in the Box
|Spring Rate:||Front: NA lb/in. |
Rear: NA lb/in.
|Year:||2011-2014 GT, V6, BOSS||Model:||Coupe & Convertible|
|Progressive or Standard:||Progressive||Estimated Drop:||1.0" F / 1.5" R|
0.8" F / 1.2" R
0.6" F / 1.0" R
October 26, 2019
Sporty stiff, definitely worth it so the car wont move around too much in acceleration and turns.Helpful (3)
December 31, 2018
Earlier in the year I changed out my stock struts and shocks for SR performance paired with Steeda sport lowering springs that were on the car when I bought it. At first I was happy with the combination but quickly grew tired of how rough the ride was with that set up. It made everything seem to rattle in the car. The ride now is smoother than I ever remember it having been in the past. The progressive rate springs make all the difference around town and this is my daily driver. What can you say about the Koni set up though that has not already been said? Soft as the stock setup for around town and easily stiffened up to have some fun. I should have just spent the money on a nicer setup from the get go. Lesson learned...the hard way. I had significant negative camber with the SR performance and Steeda setup and that has almost been completely eliminated.Helpful (6)
October 09, 2018
Great product. Really glad I went with the adjustable.Helpful (6)
September 19, 2018
Worth the $$
I've only had these installed for 2 weeks and they are still settling in but this is how the car should have come stock. It handles great, no more 4x 4 look, and the braking improvement was very surprising! I wish I would have done this the day I bought new in 2011.Helpful (7)
May 05, 2018
Install...recommend extra parts
Install went fairly easy, took me about 4 hours in a garage. I decided to purchase a new pair of Ford upper strut mounts to use with the Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber plates which allowed me to leave my original struts assembled. The most difficult part of the install was assembling the front struts with the Ford strut mounts and CC plates...just a pain to keep them assembled while using a spring compressor. Wish Koni would include dust boot for the front...using KYB SB111 ones off Amazon...seem to fit fine. Have them set one half-turn from the softest setting for now...seems to ride well. Ride seems a bit firmer, which is to be expected. Real test is at an autocross event to see if how well it works to contain roll and plant tires.Helpful (10)
January 05, 2018
Easy install. perfect height lowered springs. A lot of adjustment in the struts .Thumbs up on this product.Helpful (9)
October 03, 2017
This combo is phenomenal. I previously had these same shocks and struts on my last s197 with the SR springs and this package is WAY more comfortable as a daily driver, yet to push it too hard, but already have reservations in the NC mountains to push their limits.Helpful (10)
July 20, 2017
Pretty good kit for the price.
This is a pretty good deal for the price. I replaced my OEM adjustable shocks and struts on my 2012 BOSS 302 with this setup. The springs in the rear lowered the back and a bit more than I had expected. It can get pretty bumpy. I may take it up a half inch in the rear, but haven't put more than 100 miles and one auto cross race on this setup yet so I'm not exactly sure yet if I'll need to take it up a notch. Best point I can make is that It certainly did help lower the center of gravity and stabilize my turns throughout the autocross course, I'll give it that for sure!! Not to mention the lowered stance looks nice and aggressive! ( install time was about 3/4 of a day )Helpful (10)
September 06, 2016
Looks, Comfort and Performance
Eibach Koni = Pure driving bliss. The Pro-kit gives the 5.0 that desired look by getting rid of the 4x4 look, without being unpractical. The springs are progressive rate, so just cruising around town gives you a buttery smooth ride quality, especially with the addition of the Yellows. I daily drive with this setup and as of now I am very happy. Side note: This could just be my car, but I have the resonator's deleted with welded in straight pipes and they hang rather close to the ground. They don't scrap, they are just close. Keep that in mind when driving.Helpful (15)
August 17, 2016
Most versatile kit on the market
I had been looking for awhile to lower my Mustang. I really wanted the Boss 302 set up with adjustable shock and struts, however they are not sold as a kit and if you buy each piece separately have a deep wallet! This was the best kit on the market for quality, ride height, and adjustability. One of the best mods I have done and I can change from softer settings for everyday driving to harder setting for autocross. It took about 4 hours to install in my garage and the quality was great!Helpful (11)
I have a 2014 GT - Track Pack - Manual. Will these require the use of caster camber plates to align everything after they are swapped. I'm guessing that from only a 1" drop in the front end the answer is no but, I want to make sure. Regards, Dave
While it is not necessary to purchase caster/camber plates, any drop in the vehicle's suspension I recommend purchasing caster.camber plates as the new ride height will weigh on the vehicle differently than it would as it is set to a stock height.
Are Eibach camber bolts good enough to properly align the car?
The Eibach camber bolts would work well with this KONI Sport Adjustable Shock, Strut & Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Spring Kit to help realign the car.
How do these compare too the Koni orange shock and strut? Besides price. Drop,Ride,extras parts. etc..
What adjusts? For instance, I don't want to lower the front at all and I only want an inch in the rear. Is this possible? Or is it just the soft and hardness of the ride that is adjustable? Thank you
The KONI Sport Adjustable Shock, Strut & Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Spring Kit allows you to adjust the softness/harshness of the ride. This will not actually adjust your ride height.
Would this kit, still give your daily driver a smooth ride instead of a rough and stiff ride?
Anytime lowering your car will result in a more stiff ride when compared to the factory ride quality.
When installing the KONI Sport Adjustable Shock, Strut and Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Spring Kit, the jounce bumpers will be reused. The Strut to spindle bolts should be torqued to 166 Lb ft, and the strut rod nut should be torqued to 76 lb-ft.