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- Note: A complete alignment is required after lowering any vehicle
- Note: Eibach Pro-Alignment Kit may be needed to allow for greater alignment adjustability
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Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Part #5553.140 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Lendyn P (Verona, KY) Reviewed for a 2011 Mazda 3 — Apr 04, 2017 5:40 AM
I actually had a friend install them on my Mazda 3 S. He told me that they fit perfectly and there was no cutting or fitting to make them work. It completely changed the look of my car without hindering the ride. I was always afraid that lowering my car would make it bumpy and uncomfortable, but I was completely wrong and definitely went with the right springs. I love them. Definitely recommend these!
Reviewed by Cecil G (Columbus, GA) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda 3 — May 30, 2016 3:00 AM
Expensive frustrating journey to grapple with this stuff. H&R was recommended initially for my 2010 Mazda 3, resulted in lower stance in back than front, with serious rear scrub and overall HARSH ride, in process also had 2 brand new Bilstein performance shocks fail (leak) in less than 6 months. Replaced with these Eibachs & Sport Konis. Like day & night. For me this was a MUCH better choice. Balanced look and firm feel. Enjoy my car again. I almost sold it.
Reviewed by Mike M (Cibolo, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Mazda 3 — Aug 29, 2014 9:54 PM
Took about a day to install, had a few problems starting out but in the end everything worked out. They would make a clicking/knocking noise driving slow over average bumps, turns out the top nut and screw on the strut needed to be tightened... Overall I am happy about the product and would certainly buy from Eibach again. P.S. I had to do a bit of research (Google, YouTube) on how to put the springs on, I would recommend doing so in order to properly install lowering springs to your car.
Reviewed by Truong N (MILPITAS, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Mazda 3 — Oct 16, 2012 12:13 AM
Bought these for 2012 Mazda 3 Hatchback. Installation can be a doozy if you do not have the right tools and know-how, so make sure to go to a professional if needed. After about a week and a wheel alignment, the springs have settled and lowered my car about 1.25". The ride is consequently rougher with stiffer springs but the improved handling is definitely notable. Overall, very happy with my purchase. Slow for speed bumps!
Reviewed by Jeff M (Livermore, CA) — Nov 02, 2011 8:46 PM
Reviewed by Hoan N (Fullerton, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda Odyssey — Jul 08, 2011 9:14 AM
I am an old school who believed that lower springs must go with heavy duty shocks or else the ride will suffer. But after reading all the reviews and thinking may be these are actually made for stock shocks since they only lower the car like an inch I decided to try them out. And just like what it said, excellent ride quality. I had to pay attention to feel any difference and noticed on the city streets, it feels almost the same (the Mazda ride was originally firm)but at higher speed, the car seems a little more stable and this is exactly what was looking for. I just wanted to lower the car a little without degrading the ride. Another possible bonus is, if I am not wrong, the car is a little more quiet since the new springs have rubber sleeve at the bottom where it contacts the metal seat. That was something I always wondered if it would help reduce noise. Time will tell if they sag or not and the life of the shocks. But to be honest, changing out to better shocks is something I can't wait anyway.