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Steeda Mustang Sport Lowering Springs - Progressive GT / V6 (2015-2020)

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Steedas 2015-2019 Ford S550 Mustang GT or V6, Steedas lowering springs provide the best combinations of handling and ride quality available. These springs allow you to lower your Mustang in the front to 1.125" and the rear 1". Steeda springs are all in
Part Number: 555 8210
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Steeda Progressive Springs. Steeda springs start out at a milder rate and then transition or progress into a firmer rate. During normal street driving your Mustang will remain in that milder rate resulting in great ride quality, but on the race track, the springs transition into the firmer rates. Specifically, the front spring rates range from 145 lbs up to 225 lbs. While the rears range from 525 to 820 lbs.

Better Handling. As you get into sportier driving and brake hard the car wants to pitch, these progressive springs will help prevent nose-dive. Likewise, on corner driving they will resist body roll! So your Mustang will have great handling. Just as important, when you go to launch, the Mustang is not going to squat, it's going to set and it's going to go!

Car Stance. Steeda Mustang Sport Progressive Springs optimize the center of gravity and suspension geometry. An overall improvement of appearance, lowering the car just over 1" at the front and an inch at the back. So you get the perfect rake. These will clear stock wheels, or complement your S550, and add a set of 20" wheels.

Quality Engineering. Our experience and expertise in high performance street and racing suspension systems is second to none. Steeda progressive springs are all in house engineered and custom made to our exact specifications. They are developed using advanced proprietary CAD data and exclusive 3d modeling setting; all the while, manufactured under rigorous QS-9000 & ISO 9001 certifications.

Benefits:
  • LIFETIME warranty
  • Fits 2015+ Mustangs
  • Lowering 1.125" in front and 1" in rear
  • Clears 20" wheels
  • Great ride quality, improved aerodynamics and improved vehicle stance
  • Sharper steering response, improved vehicle handling and stability, noticeable reduction in nosedive
  • Fits coupe and convertible

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Hi everybody Brian from steeda.com Here today to talk to you about our Steeda S550 Mustang Sport Progressive Lowering Springs. Our Sport Progressive Springs are the most popular springs we offer for the S550 Mustang, and there's a great reason for this. It's because they are phenomenal for daily driven cars. Yet they increase performance. You may wonder how in the world is it that they do that. I'm going to tell you how we do that! Do to the progressive nature of the springs, they start out at a milder rate and then transition or progress into a firmer rate. What this means is, during normal street driving your going to remain in that milder rate so you have a great ride quality, but when you start to push the car some more it's going to transition into the firmer rates. Specifically, the front spring rates range from 145 pounds up to 225 pounds. While the rears range from 525 pounds up to 820 pounds. That's a nice wide range, a nice wide progression from one rate to the other. Now this is important because as you get into sporting driving, as you start to brake hard and the car wants to pitch, these will help prevent nosedive. Likewise, as you're going through the corners and the car wants to roll these will resist, body roll! So you're going to get great handling. Now just as importantly for our drag race guys, when you go to launch your car, the cars not going to squat, it's going to set and it's going to go! In addition to the performance gains, these will lower your car just over 1" at the front and an inch at the back. So you get the perfect rake. If you want to complement that add a set of 20" wheels. The springs will fit both coupes and convertibles. Great ride quality, improved aerodynamics and increased performance. It's no wonder these are our most popular springs. If you enjoyed the content of this video please click like and share it! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to see more videos like this as well. Be sure and visit us at steeda.com to learn more about these springs and many of our other great components that we offer for your Mustang and many other Ford vehicles. Don't forget to follow us on Social Media and most importantly, Have a Great Day!
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Fitment & Features

Manufacturer:

Manufacturer: Steeda Autosports

Installation Information:

Level of Difficulty: Tech Recommended
Install Time: About 3 1/2 Hours
Tools Required: Basic Shop Tools, Spring compressor
Print Instructions:
Note: An alignment is highly recommended after installing lowering springs

Vehicle Fitment:

Fits Model Year: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

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4.9

Exactly what this car needed!
I own a 19 GT base and installed these with the stock dampers. The stance is perfect and I’m running OE 20” wheels with zero rubbing. The ride quality has not changed much, I would say high speed hits ( pot holes, square edge bumps ) aren’t as smooth but definitely not harsh. Handling is much more confident. Body roll has been reduced and the car feels a lot more “point and shoot”. I can’t wait to pair these up with some Steeda dampers!!
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from Hernando, MS on 10/16/2020
5
Planted
I’ve had lowering springs installed on multiple vehicles over the past few decades. I have to say though I have never had a vehicle sit so right, handle this well and drive so much better than stock. Most cars I’ve lowered looked great but almost always sacrificed some ride quality, until now. Steeda nailed it with these springs. My Mustang is now smoother than stock but with a killer stance and flat cornering.
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from Happy Valley on 10/10/2020
5
Mr
First modification to my Mustang Bullitt. It really lowers the car nicely and I believe gives a better quality ride than the factory shocks as they always felt a little unsettled to me. Highly recommend. I had my professionally installed at $300.
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from Charlotte on 7/10/2020
5
Perfect stance
If you are looking for that perfect stance and drivability these are the springs. There is zero nose dive on hard braking and off the line the car feels planted.
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Verified Buyer   from Henderson on 7/6/2020
5
Progressive springs
Product shipped and arrived in a satisfactory time frame. Fairly easy install. Take your time and go slow and torque it all back to spec and you will be good. Stance of vehicle is great. But haven't pushed the car hard enough yet to truly give feed back on any performance increases. The car rides surprisingly smooth for just being springs and I would even say the same as stock or slightly stiffer. What I can say is the wife likes the look even stating "omg your car looks meaner" All in all great experience from ordering, installing myself and driving. Would recommend to any mustang owners out there.
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from California on 6/9/2020
5
18 GT progressive springs
This is the second set of springs I have ordered though Steeda. Had them on my ecoboost and liked them so much I put them on my GT. Fantastic ride quality, and gets rid of the gap. The shipping was so fast also!!! Thanks Steeda for an amazing product and great customer service.
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Verified Buyer   from Arizona on 5/31/2020
5
Progressive rate springs
The Steeda progressive rate springs lowered the car giving it a good stance but also keeping the ride pretty close to stock. You can feel them firm up when you corner or are driving aggressively keeping you in full control. Since I have larger tires and wheels, I was worried that I would get rubbing, none so far. The springs will settle more after install and don't think right after install that is the height, it will drop a bit more after driving. Excellent choice for those that want a lower center of gravity, or stance with good handling quality.
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Verified Buyer   from on 1/13/2020
5
Fantastic!
Have had these on for 3 weeks now and couldn't be happier with them. The change in appearance and how the car handles are noticeable and probably how the car should come off the lot.
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Verified Buyer   from GA on 12/26/2019
5
As expected ??
Bought on Black Friday sales. Just got them installed. Absolutely satisfied with the result
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Verified Buyer   from CA on 12/8/2019
5
Brilliant!
A++++++++......superb aftermarket addition to my GT PP. Love the look and love the ride. So much better then the stock performance package springs! See the pictures....don't she look pretty!
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Verified Buyer   from South Carolina on 3/29/2019
5
Lowering Springs Made the Difference
I have had Ford Racing "P" springs on 2 of my previous S197 Mustang GTs with good results. Originally I hoped to help the ride by putting just Steeda's Proaction shocks and struts on. This stopped the floating feeling, but the ride was still too stiff. Especially over the bumpy blacktop here in Michigan. So, I spoke with others on Mustang 6G and decided on using Steeda's progressive rate springs. At first I was skeptical, but when I removed my stock GT springs and tried to compress them by hand, they wouldn't budge. The Steeda springs actually had give in them, so I was optimistic. Let me tell you that it TOTALLY changed my Mustang GT. The ride is excellent. Banging on bumps gone. Other than the fact that the Mustang is a bit louder, if I am honest, it now rides better than my new Explorer. I also bought the thickest spring spacers Steeda makes for both the front and rear. So, my Mustang sits very close to stock ride heigth. I am a believer. I might try the Steeda sway bars, but I am going to enjoy the car for a while. It really rides good. Handling in curves excellent, too. You can do it yourself in about 4 hours.
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Verified Buyer   from Oakland, Michigan on 2/6/2019
5
Perfect stance for the GT
These springs combined with Steeda's 25mm spacers on all corners have completely changed the looks and improved the handling of my 2018 GT PP1.
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Verified Buyer   from Illinois on 10/2/2018
5
Springs work as advertised
I drive my 2017 GT convertible daily, about 100 km per day, most on expressway and highway (though highway a bit rough in parts). I wanted to improve suspension performance over stock set up. Did quite a bit or research and went with these Steeda springs. Stance of the car much improved (OEM 19 inch wheels) - certainly got rid of that 'SUV look'. Handling is more direct and the car is flatter in corners. Ride still OEM firm over bumps. A few weeks after fitting springs I put on new rubber (Michelin Pilot Sport 4S) and the combination is much improved over original factory set up.
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from Murrumbateman, Australia on 9/14/2018
4
Excellent springs
Drastically improved all aspects of performance. Of course the handling is much more planted down because of the lower center of gravity but the ride actually improved over the stock non pp set up. Everything is more controlled from reduced body roll to less brake dive. And you don't need to be throwing the car around to feel and appreciate these springs but also just casual driving will be more enjoyable. And lastly the car looks vastly better from an esthetic standpoint. The 1.125 drop in the front and 1.0 in the rear seems to be the perfect combination for looks and handling without slamming the car to the ground and causing other issues that go along with being too low for everyday driving. If your car does more than sit in the garage waiting for the weekend the Steeda Sport Progressive Springs are a great choice. You won't be disappointed!
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from Dallas Tx on 7/18/2018
5
These springs are fantastic
Got these spring installed this week by the great staff at the Pompano location. These springs are fantastic. I've had linear springs on previous mustangs, so I was expecting these Progressive springs to be more comfortable compared to a linear spring. What I wasn't expecting was that I could BARELY feel the difference over the stock springs in terms of comfort. The car definitely feels more "planted" which improves handling, without giving up ride quality. If you want to lower your car to get rid of that wheel gap and maintain great ride quality, these are the springs are the way to go.
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from on 4/12/2017
5
car handles much better and looks better
put these on my 2015 s550...fit perfectly...car handles much better and looks better..one of the best mods u can do for your car..thanks steeds for making such great performance parts for the mustang world!
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from on 4/10/2017
5
You will not be disappointed with these springs.
I have helped to install and driven in numerous S550s with these springs, and if you want a stock-like ride quality but improved handling using stock dampers, these are the spring to get. Misinformation perpetuated by the competition on forums will make you feel nervous about having a progressive spring, but the fact is numerous supercars and even race cars use progressive or dual rate springs. You will not be disappointed with these springs. The alternative from the competition, that taught a "superior" linear spring rate is a nice set of springs, but simply can't offer the ride quality and handling mix that these springs can offer. I know this because I've been in cars with the competition's spring, too. Nice ride, nice handling, but I liked these Steeda Progressive springs much more.
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from on 3/25/2017
5
Great product
Great product with excellent ride quality!
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from on 1/13/2017
5
Tracks like a go kart now
On my previously stock GT non-PP i had a odd sensation while cornering that could best be described as a "rubber-band" feeling. I believe it was compliance of the subframe bushings. It was unnerving. Felt like the start of the tires breaking loose - but it wasn't. I installed the Steeda rear IRS bushing support kit and the IRS braces and the sensation went away. Much improved cornering afterward. I was inspired by the improvement so I added the Steeda springs and swaybars. Tracks like a go kart now.
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from Arkansas on 11/18/2016
5
Great mod
Installed the progressive springs with front and rear sway bar. Great mod. Wish this was on the car when I bought it. Great Job STEEDA!!!
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from California on 9/22/2016
5
Handling fantastic
Their progressive lowering springs, g-trac brace and axle-back exhaust have this car running smooth as hell, handling fantastic and sounding like an exotic muscle car if that makes any sense.
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from Texas on 8/11/2016
5
Thanks for making great products
I get tons of complements on my car and wanted to say thanks! I have used your springs on my 2013 mustang GT and when I bought my 16 the lowering springs was my first purchase! I also added the g trac brace and will be purchasing more suspension parts soon! Thanks for making great products.
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from Mississippi on 6/15/2016
5
The car just feels more planted to the road
I've noticed that nose dive on heavy braking is about non-existent now. And while I haven't had a chance to push her hard in the curves, the handling seems to be better. The car just feels more planted to the road.
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from Georgia on 5/7/2016
5
The car feels so much more planted to the road
This is the first time I've ever done anything suspension wise to my car, David @ Steeda helped out greatly with all my questions as well as getting me setup with an install at their Pompano location with a tour of some badass shop cars and their facility. Everyone @ Steeda - David, Patrick, Matt were great and made sure I was happy with everything. I can't recommend their shop enough to anyone in the area and Matt did an awesome job with everything on the install, even tack welded my Gibson exhaust and turned their clamps a bit to help out. I won't have a chance to do pics this weekend of my spot on the beach as that will give a good before/after comparison when I put them together. The car feels so much more planted to the road, even just turning out of their parking lot I could tell everything felt more connected and precise to what I was telling the car to do. It basically now goes where I want it instead of reacting to what I'm asking it to do if that makes any sense at all? I had some open highway and did a little bit of careful back and forth in my lane and I felt completely planted and not bouncing around back and forth in my seat. Almost found myself doing slalom in between some construction barrels but given how my morning went I decided against it. The springs give the car the look I wanted and make the Vossen wheels look that much better. Nice tighter rebound than stock PP springs and reduces the overall bouncy ness on some of those highway stretches where it feels like you're hitting hydraulics for a half a mile. Also any bridges or overpasses with rough spots where you enter/leave them were solid. The MT-82 bushing insert is noticeable and I had much easier downshifts for highway passes on the way home, feels like a much more solid shift that I had to get a bit used to in a good way. I didn't do any hard launches or try to break the rear end loose at all since I was just getting used to it, will report back later on that. I can't really report on some of the individual IRS components since they all went in at the same time, but I am noticing a slight (and I mean slight) gear wine from the rear with the Black bushings. It's only really noticeable if you try to make it happen and barely push the gas at cruising speed. Nothing I'm worried about and after 4 hours of driving it home windows down and up for a few sprinkles it does not bother at me all. It's not all the time either or in any specific gear so no biggie as far as I'm concerned.
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from Florida on 3/27/2016
5
The car now handles like it should have from the factory
I had the Progressives installed yesterday, took the tech f o r e v e r! But patience is a virtue as they say...The drop is puurfect IMO! Not too low but definitely gives the car "the look" I wanted. I had an opportunity to see just how the Springs perform this morning, the roads I take to work are windy, curvy, hilly, an enthusiast's dream. The car now handles like it should have from the factory, I couldn't be more pleased.
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from Georgia on 3/19/2016
5
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