SuperSnake08 Posted March 28, 2008 Report Share Posted March 28, 2008 Ok- I spoke to Bud last week at SAI and Ryan from Eibach this week and this is what I learned about the Shelby/Eibach Suspension upgrade. Ryan told me that the SuperSnakes are getting an upgraded version of the Pro System Plus which will include the Pro Street Stainless Steel adjustable coil over set up. This is key because the basic Pro System Plus (which was just featured in the April edition of Modified Mustangs Magazine) does not include threaded collars to adjust ride height while the Pros Street S does allow you to dial in height within a 2 inch+ range. This system has preset valving on the shocks so the only adjustment is on ride height(unlike the Multi-Pro-R2) which adjusts both ride height and rebound and compression damping. It was mentioned that the Eibach system is beefier than the FRPP setup and that since it is adjustable it does not have to sit any higher than the FRPP set up. I have not personally driven this set up but the recent magazine review on a GT500 was awesome. It was described as a day and night difference, totally confident and predictable. A system that will allow the car to hansle as well as it accelerates. And that system did not include the Pro Street S coilovers. Now it would be nice if one of the guys who got their cars back already could look to see if they have the adjustable stainless coilovers which would confirm and identify the Pro Steet S sytem. Ryan confirmed today that SAI has been ordering those for the SuperSnake. It would be nice however if one of the early car owners could confirm this. PS- This in no way diminshes the FRPP system which has been reported to be quite sweet, with both great handling and ride comfort. I am merely providing some info that will hopefully address some of the questions that had been posed regarding the Shelby/Eibach system Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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