- Aug 4, 2002
Do you NEED to have the isolators on the back springs? I heard you get almost a 1/2" drop taking them out. If anybody's done this, how noisey and rough is it? Let me know, thanks.
MGSTANG said:Do you NEED to have the isolators on the back springs? I heard you get almost a 1/2" drop taking them out. If anybody's done this, how noisey and rough is it? Let me know, thanks.
I have Eibach ProlineJDMsTangR said:What kind of springs do you have? theyve been taken off Ford C springs, without any noise at all. if you have stiff ones, they probably will cause some noise. but only take out the top ones, the bottom ones are a must.
MGSTANG said:I have Eibach Proline
I didn't take them out yet, I was just getting some comments first. The prolines only give you a 1.5" drop. But for some reason, the back of my car is a full inch higher than my friends lowered car. My car is not level at all. I don't know what it could be.JDMsTangR said:Id return them if it were me. You are not going to like your ride at all. And dont they give almost 2 inch drop. Why would you want to go lower than taht.
GotMustangs said:If it were me, I'd just make sure all contact points were clean and possibly even lubricated to prevent squeaking. My 2 cents.
MGSTANG said:My friend just removed his tops on the front of his 02 GT and he says there's no difference in noise or ride. I need to do that to the front and back because my back is raised so much higher than the front, I don't know what's causing that.