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Steeda Mustang Competition Springs - 05-14

Steeda Mustang Competition Springs - 05-14
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Competition Mustang Lowering Springs
555-8241 - Competition Mustang Lowering Springs - $346.45
Our Price: $346.45
Market Price: $381.10
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  Installation Info
Time to Install
About 4 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Shop Tools
Install Instructions
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  Product Description
All lowering springs are not created equal. Read our Steeda blog post to learn more:
Looking for competition proven handling performance for your Mustang but still be able to drive it on the street? Steeda has the springs for you!

Steeda's Competition/Street springs have been competition proven in NASA American Iron competition. They will greatly reduce nosedive and keep body roll to a minimum for the ultimate in performance.

For maximum handling, we also recommend combining our Steeda X5 ball joints with our bump steer kit. Check them out at these links:

The springs are also a great match for our Tokico D-spec shocks.

Street & Competition Springs - Part Number: 555-8241
  • Lowers vehicle approx 1 inch front, 1 1/4 inch rear. The S197 Mustang sits high in the rear. These springs will give it a more aggressive look
  • Highest spring rate for dramatic improvement in handling and reduction of nosedive
  • Spring rate can still be used for street driving on dual purpose cars
  • Competition proven in NASA competition by Robin Burnett
Steeda Springs are manufactured under these rigorous manufacturing certifications: QS-9000 & ISO 9001

Product Benefits
  • Improved vehicle handling
  • Great ride quality
  • Improved vehicle stance
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  Product Fitment
 This product fits the following vehicles
  • 2014 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2014 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2014 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2014 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2013 Mustang Boss Manual
  • 2013 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2013 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2013 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2013 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2012 Mustang Boss Manual
  • 2012 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2012 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2012 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2012 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2011 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2011 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2011 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2011 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2010 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2010 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2010 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2010 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2009 Mustang Bullitt Manual
  • 2009 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2009 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2009 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2009 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2008 Mustang Bullitt Manual
  • 2008 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2008 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2008 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2008 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2007 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2007 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2007 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2007 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2006 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2006 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2006 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2006 Mustang V6 Manual
  • 2005 Mustang GT Automatic
  • 2005 Mustang GT Manual
  • 2005 Mustang V6 Automatic
  • 2005 Mustang V6 Manual
  Product Reviews
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Reviewed by Vipergtsrgt1
08/01/2013 - 05:15:24 PM
Fantastic ride and handling

I run time attack in my 2012 GT. The performance gain was immediate. Nose dive was reduced, cornering sharper, and the ride is better now than it was before. So why don't I have a perfect 5 star rating on the board? I still drive the car on the street As mentioned in another review, the front end raised up compared to stock. The rear is lowered perfectly. It just looks a tad odd. The average person won't notice, but the hardcore Mustang fan will definitely see something a bit off. If mine was a pure track car, it wouldn't matter at all. Any Mustang with a supercharger on it should sit perfectly.
Reviewed by krishna318
07/29/2012 - 12:39:31 PM
A good improvement

I take my '12 V6 Manual to the track quite often, and the one thing you notice off hand is the extremely soft suspension on the stock car. Unfortunately, I am not a big fan of progressive springs, and there are very few linear progressive springs in the market, and this is one! I found the difference right away! My turn in was sharper, response was stiffer, and I added a strut tower brace from Ford racing to further tighten the front end. The front end is much more disciplined than before.

If you are fan of linear springs, this is a good spring to go with your stock struts.
Reviewed by UnleashedBeast
07/20/2011 - 12:54:15 PM
Great for GT500

These springs were recommended to me by Sam Strano when I first bought my 2009 GT500. Even though they are called competition springs, I was surprised that they improved the ride as much as handling. No more brake dive, and very responsive around the corners. I prefer the way my car ride now, even better than stock. They seem to work well with the stock struts and shocks on the car, so I can only imagine how much better these springs would respond with an adjustable Koni or Tokico setup. One word of caution, unless you have a heavier engine in your standard S197 GT, opt for the Sport Springs. The higher spring rate in the front coil competition spring will actually sit higher than the rear due to the lighter 4.6L aluminum engine. Overall, I give these springs a 5 star rating, as I have been very impressed with the ride and handling.