Eibach Pro Damper Shock Absorbers Customer Reviews
31 Customer Reviews
Outfit your lowered car with the ultimate in shock absorber tuning and technology. Eibach Pro Dampers Shock Absorbers put the expert tuning and suspension expertise to work in perfect tandem with performance springs—specifically a set of Eibach Pro Kit Springs—to harness maximum performance.
Eibach Pro Damper shocks do this by taking full advantage of the lowered center of gravity and increased spring rate of performance springs. The combination produces enhanced performance throughout the entire working range of your suspension. Yet, Eibach Pro Dampers accomplish maximum performance without excessive ride stiffness or harshness.
Get ready to get your hands dirty. Installing performance shocks takes several tools and a few hours time, but is well worth the gritty effort. What’s even better, your Eibach Pro Dampers carry a 2-year warranty.
Our 20+ Eibach Pro Damper Shock Absorbers customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
31 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Crystal B (BROOKLYN, NY) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Charger — Mar 28, 2013 7:53 AM
First i ordered the eibach pro lowering springs only then i read on a couple forums that the ride quality will not ne that good if i used eibach springs and stock shocks so i would have had a nice looking drop with a messed up ride so i went ahead and got the pro dampers and shocks to match....BEST DECISION I EVER MADE IN LIFE besides from the perfect stance the ride quality and handling is awesome...definitely gonna finish it off by getting the eibach sway bars
Reviewed by Nicholas B (Secaucus, NJ) — Jan 21, 2013 8:20 PM
Bought some Eibach springs awhile ago and figured might as well wait and do it the right way and what a right way it was my charger not only handles like the monster it sounds like (due to the pacesetter header also bought at autoanything) but I was really surprised that the ride quality did not change my only issues the front is taking awhile to settle in other than that I'd say if you want a great suspension with a really nice ride quality go with the eibach springs and dampers
Reviewed by Earl P (Ontario, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Mustang — Jan 18, 2013 8:14 PM
Along with my Eibach Pro suspension kit, my Mustang can handle and starts, stops and corners. I have taken off ramps rated at 35mph at close to 80! I stuck like glue and felt no roll at all. Best investment for my 2010 V-6 4.0L
Reviewed by Gino A A (San Gabriel, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Charger — Aug 13, 2011 7:28 AM
Lowered my 2010 R/T with the Eibach Pro-Kit (Springs and Sways). While the stance was aggressive, the ride was fair. I have lowered all my vehicles, and this was beyond what I was used to "giving up" for performance. These dampeners really did the trick, now the car has an aggressive look and carves corners as it should. No bounce, noise, or unnecessary suspension travel!
Reviewed by Rafael V (Tampa, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Chrysler 300 — Aug 01, 2011 2:43 PM
I would not recommend this product, first issue I had was with the rear bump stop, the directions read to cut off a cetain amount of material before installation on rear shock, problem was, mine was already cut, what they failed to mention is the overall measurement because the picture does not represent actual piece, so I had to call tech support for them to tell me hours latter that the part I recieved was precut, why did they include the instructions to cut? Next the rear springs put the car 2 inches lower, that is not what was quoted, the car might look good to some but for me and read other comments, It was lowered more than expected, If I wanted 2 inches of drop I would have ordered another kit that quotes that, I'm not the first but hope I the last that has to deal with this lack of attention to details, I feel I payed for a higher quality
Reviewed by Heidi F (Placentia, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Acura Integra — Jun 10, 2011 11:57 AM
The suspension in my Honda civic 95 is now very good, much better handling and cornering and they look great! Vaste improment over the old stock suspension, which admittedly was 16 yrs old, but now it's rock solid, I want to go racing. Eventually when I switch out the engine for a larger heavier one B18C5 type-R, I,ll probably want the anti roll bars but with the light stock 4 cyl engine D15B7 , I don't need them.
Reviewed by Raul C (Greer, SC) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Charger — May 31, 2011 7:54 AM
i installed these on my 08 dodge charger in conjuction with the eibach lowering springs. these shocks were for the most part a breeze to install. i did the install myself with the help of a friend. the ride quality is about the same as stock but the car performs alot better with a much more sportier feel to it.
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Asked by David C.
May 31, 2012 8:05 AM
2009 Dodge Charger
Will the struts and shocks work with the factory springs, I need to maintain as close to factory hight as possible. Suggestions?
Asked by Luis L.
Mar 17, 2012 5:23 PM
1999 Honda Civic
i have just purchased a set of eibach pro dampers for my 99 civic si, i have also purchased a set of coilover springs to go with them, but i am unsure as to how they are to be assembled, my question is, are these struts specifically for lowering springs only???
Answered by Nathan S. — May 03, 2012 3:53 PM 2003 Ford Expedition
Due to the extended length of the dampers, they are designed to be used with eibach lowering springs.flag Accept Answer