We’re sorry. The information you have requested is temporarily unavailable.
Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Part #5536.140 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Nathan P (Nashville, TN) Reviewed for a 2008 Mazda Miata/MX-5 — Aug 20, 2017 9:30 PM
I bought these sport springs along with Bilstein sport dampers for my Mazda MX-5. The old dampers were worn out which gave me an excuse for the upgrade. After changing out the springs / dampers I can really tell a difference. Right height lowered ~1" giving a little sportier look without being too low. Handling is also GREAT; the car stays totally planted in tight turns. Definitely one of the best upgrades I've done to date.
Reviewed by Claiborne B (COUMBUS, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda Miata/MX-5 — Nov 23, 2016 11:21 AM
My 2007 Mazda MX5 rides and handles like a totally different car. Turns are now taken with more entry and exit speed. Manual shifts are smoother and stunningly gas mileage has improved. There's nothing more to ask for.
Reviewed by tommy d (FAIRFAX, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 Mazda Miata/MX-5 — Aug 08, 2012 7:32 AM
Great value for the price. However, it seems like the newer model NC2 (Mazda MX-5) there is a flaw that causes reserve-rake makes your car slightly sit lower in the rear.
Reviewed by Jason T (Las Vegas, NV) — Sep 08, 2011 7:22 AM
I have a 2007 Mazda MX-5 PRHT and these springs make all the difference to the appearance. They drop it down just enough to look amazing but still be functional. I would not recommend these if you are looking for serious suspension upgrades as these only provide a small amount more of suspension stiffness. If you're looking for a more robust suspension upgrade I would say coil overs or at least a full spring + strut replacement. Also the instructions are not helpful and if your DIY then definitely download or search some forums for install advice. Fair Warning: There are a few tricks that you wouldn't think of without reading about them first (like not tightening certain bolts until the car is back down on the ground and ways to get the struts out of the wheel wells). All in all a good, cheap upgrade if you DIY. Just set a side 4-6 hours and get the proper tools.
Ships By 1/17
- What Do You Drive?
- Part #:5536.140
- Note: A four wheel alignment is required after lowering any vehicle
- Note: Eibach Pro-Alignment Kit may be needed if vehicle can not be aligned close to factory specs
- ibach coil over shocks
- scion tc 2012 sway bars
- jaguar lifter kit
- gmc lift kits
- b&g suspension s2 lowering springs mazda rx7 1979-1985
- 2001 4runner lift kit
- 2008 pontiac vibe suspension springs
- s60 lowering spring
- are tonneau cover prices
- bumper grill guard
- diesel engine tuner chips