Steeda Autosports have been cranking out suspension components for late-model Mustangs for decades. From heavy-duty sway bars, to control arms to camber plates. Lowering springs are a given, but as each new generation of mustang is announced, Steeda is right there to bring their owners the latest high-quality high performance parts to the market.
The most recent GT500 is of no exception, so it only makes sense that Steeda has developed MagneRide Dual Rate Ultimate Handling Lowering Springs for the 2020-2022 GT500.
Steeda GT500 MagneRide Dual Rate Ultimate Handling Lowering Springs
This product is available for pre-order. Estimated ship date is early December.
While the stock GT500 is a wild car and will turn heads, some desire more and only settle for perfection. That is why Steeda designed these MagneRide Dual Rate Ultimate Handling Lowering Springs. Designed to lower your car and improve handling, these springs will transform the look and feel of your GT500.
Stunning looks. Lowering your GT500 up to 3/4″, the fender gap is reduced, and you get a low, aggressive, and track-ready look. This is perfect if you are after a custom look and want better stance from your GT500.
Designed and proven by racers. With a team of racers and enthusiasts, you can be confident that Steeda’s springs are developed to maximize performance. Our Dual Rate MagneRide Springs have been proven to perform by racers in NASA and SCCA events. These springs reduce nosedive and minimize body roll to get your coupe dialed in.
The perfect all in one solution. Maximize the handling capabilities of your 760 horsepower GT500 while getting the perfect dropped look!
- Up to 3/4″ drop depending on how your vehicle is equipped
- Engineered to maximize Ford’s MagneRide Damping System capabilities
- Designed for competition use
- Outstanding street driving
- Reduces nose dive
- 1/8″ billet rear spring spacer included, if needed
- Lifetime warranty
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.