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Eibach's website shows only a v6 application for their springs. They would use different rate springs for the different engines to offset the weight. Would there be any reason why one spring set would work for bothe engine sizes without compromises? Does anyone have a photo of an I4 on Eibach springs?
 

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I called Eibach on that exact same question and they confirmed that they do fit ALL models and engines of the Fusion and Milan. They claim that on the I4 the official drop is 1.4F/1.4R


Hope that helps
 

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Jaysen - The Steeda springs are definitely a consideration. I called them about their springs and the sales guy didn't share anything like rates and if they were definitely progressive or not.

dogma555 - Hmmm, I guess then the I4 ride will be firmer than the v6. In light that info, I wonder if the Steeda drop is 1.2 for the I4.

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Almost all lowering springs are going to be progressive, there is no way to get around that. If you want to get around that the only one that I have seen is the KW Coil Over kit VARIANT 2 those are not progressive as far as I can tell.

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[quote author=dogma555 link=topic=78278.msg1430767#msg1430767 date=1179897535]
I called Eibach on that exact same question and they confirmed that they do fit ALL models and engines of the Fusion and Milan. They claim that on the I4 the official drop is 1.4F/1.4R


Hope that helps
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Awsome I just ordered mine yesterday and 1.4 is what I want! :p
 
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