The Difference Between Eibach's Pro-Kit and Sportline Spring Set

For customers looking to upgrade their car with lowering springs, Eibach offers two options that are designed to be street friendly, eliminate fender gap and provide an increase in handling and control. Starting with their most conservative option, the Pro-Kit Spring Set is designed for drivers looking for a moderate reduction in ride height, ride quality that closely resembles the factory spring and a moderate increase in spring rate. Pro-Kit springs will typically lower a vehicle .75"-1.5" and can be used with the factory struts and shocks (upgrading your shocks is recommended for maximum performance benefit).

Going a step further, the Eibach Sportline Spring Set will provide an average of 1.5"-2.0" drop in ride height, coupled with a more aggressive spring rate for additional handling benefits. These springs are recommended to be used with a performance strut or shock, such as options from KONI or Bilstein in order to compensate and control the more aggressive spring rate and reduction in travel.

Both springs come with Eibach's 1,000,000-mile warranty which protects the driver against any spring sag or breakage. Also, now through August 31st, you can save 10% when you purchase a select Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set or Sportline Spring Set. View rebate details here.

Comments

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 by Hamilton

Are there any eibach sport line lowering springs that may fit a Nissan Maxima 2011 SV because I know there lowering spring that fit it which are the pro kit but I would like to be a little lower wit the sport line spring
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 by Tire Rack Team

Hamilton, the ProKit is the only spring kit available for your Maxima SV.
Saturday, March 3, 2018 by John

With the eibach sportline lowering springs on the Abarth 500 is it mandatory to change shocks or just recommended?
Monday, March 12, 2018 by Tire Rack Team

John, when you lower the vehicle you are increasing the frequency that the shock is dealing with so if you don’t use a performance shock they will wear faster and most of the time void the warranty of standard shocks.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 by Jeff

Can the pro kit springs be used on a 89 fox body convertable?
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 by Tire Rack Team

Jeff, we will need more information to answer that. Shop by vehicle with the Mustang details in and add engine size, etc to see what is available.

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