Lowers your Shelby Cobra GT500 Convertible approx 1.25"-1.5"
5 lbs Lighter Than Stock
What's in the Box
(1) Pair Front Springs
(1) Pair Rear Springs
Put Steeda's experience to work for you. Steeda Mustang sport springs are all custom made to our specifications and were developed in conjuction with Ford Motor Company engineers through our technology transfer program. Steeda spring provide the best combinations of handling and ride quality available!
Lowers the Mustang Shelby Cobra GT500 approx 1.2 inches front, 1.5 inches rear. The GT500 Mustang sits high in the rear, these springs will give it a more aggressive look.
Don't forget yourPanhard Bar!
Unfortunately when lowering a 2005-14 Mustang, you will experiences a shift in the rear axle due to the 3-link suspension setup. Once the Mustang has been lowered, the geometry of the suspension pushes your Mustang's axle out to one side. Adding a Mustang Panhard Bar as a lateral suspension link between the rear axle and the Mustang chassis can correct this issue. The simple design precisely controls the side-to-side location of the axle to eliminate rear steer. The unstable and unpredictable feeling typically associated with the Mustang 3-link suspension is gone, making your car safer and easier to drive!
Steeda - Everything Mustang
Latemodel Restoration Supply is proud to offer Steeda products for your Mustang. Steeda Autosports is the #1 aftermarket company in Ford performance with performance Mustang, Focus & Fusion parts. With over 25 years under their belt, they are still one of the #1 aftermarket Mustang parts manufacturer in the industry. Their extensive research and development has produced top notch, high quality parts that get your Mustang performing, handling, and looking better. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get Steeda clutch cables, sport lowering springs, Tri-ax shifters, x2 ball joints, control arms, cold air intakes, sway bars, bumpsteer kits, coilovers, and a variety of other performance parts.
I bought this car for $500!!! The previous owner had an engine compartment fire then parked it in his garage for years to fix it someday. Sadly he passed away before he got the chance to start the pro...