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I'm trying to find the Shelby CS6 Suspension Upgrade Kit on Hillbank's website, but can seem to find it. I thought it was the FRPP FR3 Handling Pack, but I could be wrong.

 

Where has everyone else got their's from? I prefer to purchase it from Hillbank due to them being an authorized dealer and so the car can be certified for the decals/plague without any issues.

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I'm trying to find the Shelby CS6 Suspension Upgrade Kit on Hillbank's website, but can seem to find it. I thought it was the FRPP FR3 Handling Pack, but I could be wrong.

 

Where has everyone else got their's from? I prefer to purchase it from Hillbank due to them being an authorized dealer and so the car can be certified for the decals/plague without any issues.

http://www.hillbankmotorsports.com/shelby-...rd-mustang.html

 

You probably have to tell them to substitute the V6 springs for the V8 springs.

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http://www.hillbankmotorsports.com/shelby-...rd-mustang.html

 

You probably have to tell them to substitute the V6 springs for the V8 springs.

 

Thanks, I wasn't sure if it was that one or not. What is the difference between the Shelby Sportline-Plus and the Pro?

http://www.hillbankmotorsports.com/shelby-...rd-mustang.html

 

I would think that I would need the pro as it indicates it fits the V6, which I have.

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Thanks, I wasn't sure if it was that one or not. What is the difference between the Shelby Sportline-Plus and the Pro?

http://www.hillbankmotorsports.com/shelby-...rd-mustang.html

 

I would think that I would need the pro as it indicates it fits the V6, which I have.

Sportlines are more radical than the Pro though you would think from the name that it was the other way around.

 

Pro - drop 1.5 inches firm suspension

Sportlines - drop 2 inches very firm suspension - Sportlines are original CS-6 equipment but rougher on the street and more track oriented than the Pro suspension.

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Sportlines are more radical than the Pro though you would think from the name that it was the other way around.

 

Pro - drop 1.5 inches firm suspension

Sportlines - drop 2 inches very firm suspension - Sportlines are original CS-6 equipment but rougher on the street and more track oriented than the Pro suspension.

 

Okay, cool. When I order the sportlines, will the 4.6 springs fit my V6, or do I need to request 4.0 springs?

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Interesting, looks like they combined the pro-line springs with the sportline (red) sway bars. Not a bad plan, gives it a better ride and ground clearance on the street with the improved handling from the sway bars. Mine (one of the first models) has the sportline suspension all around which gives it a lower, stiffer ride but definitely keeps it from being a daily driver.

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