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Vogtland Sport Lowering Springs (94-04 GT Convertible; 94-98 Cobra Convertible)

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    • Vogtland Sport Springs
    • Classic Lowered Muscle Car Stance
    • Lowers Center of Gravity for Improved Handling
    • Progressive Spring Rate
    • Purple Powdercoated Finish
    • Estimated Drop: Front - 1.6”, Rear - 1.6”
    • Fits 1994-2004 GT and 1994-1998 SVT Cobra Convertibles
    • Clears Stock and Aftermarket Wheels & Tires

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys. Adam here with Today, I'm bringing you a detailed overview and installation of the Vogtland Sport spring kit, fitting all convertible '94 to '04 GTs and '94 to '98 Cobras. I'll top the video off with the installation, which I'll let you know up front here gets a two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. The Vogtland Sport spring kit I have with me today will be for any '94 to '04 GT or '94 to '98 Cobra owner, looking to lower the center of gravity for a better handling and suspension performance, but also a very aggressive ride stance and a more muscle car-looking appearance. So the first thing I want to touch on right off the bat is how low exactly is it going to drop your car when adding a Vogtland spring kit? Well, it comes in at 1.6 inches for the front and 1.6 inches for the rear. Not the biggest drop in the world, but it is a little bit bigger than some of the other options out there. One of the other benefits is going to be the progressive spring rate. The progressive spring rate allows it to be a lot more street-friendly, while also being acceptable for the strip. If you're not too familiar with what progressive exactly means, well progressive means the springs will react very normally under normal driving conditions, giving you a comfortable ride height, while also reacting very differently in hard cornering situations or hard driving situations. Now, on the other hand, it's going to be the standard, which some of the other options on the site will offer. The standard spring rate is linear, allowing the driver to accurately predict or more accurately predict how the springs will react to each situation, because it will always stay the same. If you want to pick the Vogtland spring kit up for yourself, you can pay just north of the $200 mark. Not the biggest expense in the world. But of course, in my personal opinion, one of the better ride heights. Now, shifting gears over to the install process of the video. Now, like I said in the beginning, not the hardest job in the world. But it does require a little bit more know-how. Now, you can get the job done in about two hours or so. It does get a two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter, and as far as tools you want to have a simple ratchet and socket set on deck, as well as a prybar to get out those old springs that might be rusted in there. Of course, a jack and jack stands, or a lift if you have one available. So kicking off this process, I've found that one of the easiest ways could be just jacking up the rear end and removing one of those wheels. Once it's up in the air, you're going to have to put a jack under the differential pumpkin or differential housing, and jack that up to relieve the tension off of the bottom shock bolts. Remove those bottom shock bolts, and then of course slowly, and I mean ever so slowly, lower down that differential in order to relieve the pressure off the spring. You don't want to do it too quick, because the spring might just shoot out of there, and of course that can be extremely dangerous. So once you lower it down and you remove that factory spring, which might take a prybar if it is rusted in there, you can swap it out with the Vogtland spring. Once the Vogtland is into place, redo that process in the opposite order and you're good to go for the rears. Now, the front process is extremely similar. It only has one extra step in the process. Now, what you're going to do is jack up the front of your car, remove one of the wheels, of course, and instead of supporting a differential pumpkin, you're going to support the lower control arm. Now, once that lower control arm is supported and jacked up in the air, you're going to remove the sway bar end link bolt, and then of course the bottom bolts on the strut tower. Once those bolts are out of place, you can slowly, and again slowly, lower that lower control arm down to relieve the tension off the front spring. Remove that front spring. Swap it out for the Vogtland spring, and swap everything back in, in the reverse order. Repeat the process for the other side of the vehicle, and you're good to go. Overall, about two hours' worth of time in the driveway at home and a two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Just to wrap things up here, if you're the owner of a convertible '94 to '04 GT or a '94 to '98 Cobra, you might be looking to pick up a set of lowering springs to give you a very, very aggressive muscle car stance, while lowering the center of gravity to improve the handling and suspension performance. If that sounds like your case and you want a progressive spring rate, you might want to check out the Vogtland Sport spring kit available right here at

    Performance Handling. Installing a set of Vogtland Progressive Rate Springs will lower your SN95 or New Edge convertible Mustang's center of gravity, which will reduce squat during acceleration, body roll in the corners, and excessive nose-dive under hard braking. Vogtland Sport Springs are ideal for daily driving, street, and even occasional track use.

    Lowered Muscle Car Stance. Not only does a set of Vogtland Sport Springs improve the handling performance of your Mustang, but they also improve its overall appearance. By lowering the ride height approximately 1.6" in the front and rear, that huge tire to fender gap is eliminated, providing your Mustang with a classic muscular stance.

    Superior Construction. Vogtland Lower Springs are made to strict standards in Germany. Using a cold coiling process these Springs are manufactured from special oil tempered, high tensile strength spring steels, including chromesilicon (CrSi) and chrome-silicon-vanadium (CrSiV) alloys. After being coiled, all springs are tempered, shot peened and preset to ensure consistent ride height and quality. In the last step of the manufacturing process the springs are phosphate and powder coated for superior long lasting corrosion resistance.

    Clears Stock and Aftermarket Wheels & Tires. These lowering springs were engineered to be compatible with your factory 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.

    Application. This set of four Vogtland Sport Lowering Springs are specifically designed for use on 1994 to 2004 convertible GT's and 1994-1998 convertible SVT Cobra models. Does not fit 1999-2004 IRS-equipped SVT Cobras. Does not fit coupe models.

    Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

    MPN# 953069

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    What's in the Box
    • (4) Lowering Springs
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Springs Specifications
    Spring Rate:Front: -lb/in.
    Rear: -lb/in.
    Year:1994-2004 GT 
    1994-1998 SVT Cobra
    Progressive or Standard:ProgressiveEstimated Drop:

    1.6"F / 1.6" R

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        5 Top Rated Questions

        How much clearance do these springs leave the bottom with?

        What is the drop if isolators are used?

        • The isolators will add, at the most, a quarter of an inch to the drop. However, it is generally less since they are compressed when under load.

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        Do you really need the isolators ?

        • It is best recommended to upgrade and replace the spring isolators when adding lowering springs to your Mustang. The original ones may be worn and may not benefit the newer spring rates your vehicle will be riding at. Replacing with some upgraded isolators will be a bit more durable and protect the finish while absorbing some additional impact the vehicle will experience.

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        Will an alignment be needed after installing these? If so is it absolutely necessary for new cast and camber plates, I see you mention it will help get a perfect alignment. Thanks.

        • Hey Robert, When changing your suspension you should definitely get an alignment after installation and the addition of caster camber plates will help fine tune that alignment for a perfect ride

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        Are Caster Camber Plates required in order to have the car in alignment?

        • It is a good idea to get caster camber plates whenever you lower the car. They will help get the car back to a perfect alignment.

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          Customer Reviews (25) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.8 out of 5 overall rating from 25 customers

          Installation Time: Full Day

          Installation Cost: $100-$250

          • January 05, 2020

            5 2001 GT - JaimeP Installation Time: Afternoon

            Awesome product

            These springs REALLY make a difference bothin looks and performance. You can tell the difference from a mile away when compared to a stock height new edge. They also helped with traction.

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          • July 10, 2019

            5 2002 GT - Robertc Installation Time: Weekend

            Excellent AM parts.

            These parts where exactly what I was needing. Added Vogtland springs all around, SR performance shocks and struts, sway bar bushings and end links, and rear UCA and LCA. Also added an SR performance Short Shifter. Car rides low and firm. Very pleased with them all. The only negative was the 1.5" lowering springs caused me to have to go down to 17" in front.

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          • June 13, 2019

            5 2002 GT - Bmoney Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great product!

            02 convertible...Great fitment, easy install. When finished the front is a little lower than the rear which is exactly the way I wanted it. Handles great. Will need caster camber adjustable plates for perfect alignment. THANKS AM

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          • November 25, 2018

            4 1997 GT - IanB Installation Time: Full Day

            Vogtland Lowering springs in NZ

            OK thanks but they are slightly to low front and not quite enough at rear.They need to maybe make them with a staggered drop like some of the others on the market but for the price they will do.The car looks much better now with a much better stance.I am just having to go bit slower over the speed bumps.

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          • August 14, 2018

            5 2003 GT - Fordman Installation Time: Afternoon

            Very sweet

            These made my car ride and its stance it AWESOME!! The only complaint is i bought a different set and they were not for a convertible your web page should have a selection or choice in your car description for Convertable. It would make it alot easier to make sure it fits my/others Convertable cars right.thanks AM for taken care of my returns in a timely matter and helping me get my car amazing.

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          • July 05, 2018

            5 1994 GT - StephanC Installation Time: Afternoon


            very very happy look nice on my 94 gt convertible,very pleasant tho drive

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          • May 25, 2018

            5 1998 Cobra - Juan Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great lowering springs

            If your looking to be very low these are ur springs

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          • February 19, 2018

            5 2004 GT - NevinH Installation Time: Full Day

            nice drop in height and smoother ride

            Installed these along with the Koni struts and shocks. Together made for a much improved ride over stock. Dropped the ride about an inch and a half as advertised. Decided not to do the install with the spring isolators in the front but used the supplied isolator in the rear. This made for a very nice stanced look. Took a while to install just because there was 14 years of grime and rust to work through on our 2004 GT convertible.

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          • December 30, 2017

            5 1999 GT - Wmaestro Installation Time: Shop Install

            Looks good

            Looks good! has not settled yet. Hard ride on pot holes! Expensive install, payed more for insall than for the springs!

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          • September 08, 2017

            5 2001 GT - SandorP Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: 0-$100

            2001 GT convertible

            not the lowest of springs, but it hugs the road very nice.

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          • August 09, 2017

            4 1995 GT - zk Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

            New springs

            Finally the right spring.Lowered,looks good, and the ride is ok.

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          • June 28, 2017

            5 1998 GT - JmezGtvert Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great Springs

            Perform and ride great. Just the right amount of drop, 1 1/8 at all corners. Gave the car the stance it needed!

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          • May 25, 2017

            5 2001 GT - Jay Installation Time: Afternoon

            Perfect for 17 inch whees

            It was one of the easiest things to install. The fronts were the easiest for me took like 30 minutes each side. Just get a body and make sure you have all the sockets/ wrenches needed and get it done. Fitment was perfect, came with 2 isolators. Couldn't be any happier with these springs.

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          • April 30, 2017

            5 2003 GT - mustangfan74 Installation Time: Afternoon

            lowered the car just right

            lowered the car just right not to low just right seams to ride just like stock. good so far tho time will tell

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          • April 29, 2017

            5 1996 GT - JohnC Installation Time: Afternoon


            Made the fender wheel gap shrink which is what I wanted paired mine with bilstein shocks and struts and couldn't be happier

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          • April 12, 2017

            5 2002 GT - Thomas02GT Installation Time: Full Day

            4x4 No More!

            I ordered these Vogtland springs for my 02 convertible GT. As usual, they arrived within a few days from American Muscle. The box was beat-up pretty bad but the springs were fine. I installed these in about 6 hours in my driveway using jack stands and a pry-bar. It took about 2 weeks to get the full drop with new isolators installed. I was able to get about 1.75" drop out of the rear and 1.5" drop in the front. The ride is comparable to stock, but it definitely tightened up in cornering. No more 4x4 look, I now have a nice, low mustang to cruise in. Definitely give Vogtland a try, you will not be disappointed.

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          • September 15, 2016

            5 1998 GT - Jerry1965

            Smooth Ride

            The Voghtland lowering springs were perfect for my '98 GT Convertible! After receiving the lowering kit the installation was a snap for my 80 year old friend and myself(I am 72). Using a drive on lift, we did the entire job in 3 1/2 hours including installing new 18" Saleen combo wheels. The performance is superb and the stance is perfect. Lowered the front 2 full inches and the rear 1 1/2 inches. The ride is great and the wheel/fender gap is gone. Could not be more pleased!

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          • July 24, 2016

            5 1997 Cobra - Svt97

            Great buy

            These lowering springs gave my mustang the perfect drop it desperately needed. Goodbye 4x4 look. Ride quality was surprisingly decent especially since i have stock shocks and struts still. That said, i am still planning on getting bilsteins to soften the ride. Decided to install them without isolators to give it that little extra drop. I would most definitely recommend these lowering springs.

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          • March 29, 2016

            5 2001 GT - st101 Installation Time: Full Day

            Great stance w/daily driver manners

            These springs need a little more love!! For me, they are a perfect compromise all the way around. My car is a weekend cruiser. I wanted springs that were mild mannered for cruising around, but also had firm progressive handling when pushed., And obviously give me that mean stance. These are it... 1.6" drop is perfect for me. Not too low, but still gives that awesome sports car stance. I used all isolators(SR performance) top and bottom, front and rear. ~1.4" drop right off the jack stands! I expect a little more when they settle in. Currently running stock shocks and struts. I believe the ride is close to stock. But I also have new low profile 18" staggered wheels/tires in the equation. Wide Low profile tires can effect ride quality too. Understanding all that, I think the ride quality is totally acceptable. Some install instructions talk about just lowering the axle by supporting the differential plate and unbolting the shocks and quad shocks and lowering the axle. I still had to pry bar out the springs which is fine, but the vogtlands with isos don't just "drop in". I recommend removing rear sway bar and bracing and dropping the lower control arm. I found that much easier. Why there are not more reviews/pics of these springs is strange. These are fricken awesome! Absolutely recommended. Mineral grey GT pic posted.

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          • February 16, 2016

            5 2002 GT - Lineman Installation Time: Afternoon

            Lowering kit

            Great product love the look of the lowering of the mustang.

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