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Old 09-09-2011, 08:17 PM   #1
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Arrow Eibach Pro Plus Kit: who has it?

I'm thinking about buying the Eibach Pro Plus kit which includes lowering springs and anti-roll sway bars. Does anyone have this kit on their car? Did you notice a major difference with it? Recommend it? Thanks
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Old 09-10-2011, 06:36 AM   #2
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Getting installed Tuesday, but I am also installing a full bushing kit... so my review would be a little off.

I found the pro plus kit online for only 430 or 460 free shipping...A couple guys have complained about quality of Eibach sways (no one has mentioned anything about the springs except that they are cold wound). However, I personally spoke with numerous members on this website who have been autocrossing w/ the pro plus the last 2 years with absolutely no issues and no complaints. I have not see anyone with physical defects or proof of failure while running this kit on the 5th gen.

I do admit, the best customer service you will get will be with Pedders, Hotchkis, Pfadt, and BMR... You won't find many (if any) Eibach reps on this webpage helping out, but I couldn't pass up on 400 bucks after I dropped 400 more for bushings (another 200 for install, timing, and alignment). Customer service was not worth a 33% cost to me when it comes with warranty...

A majority of suppliers here say do the subframe inserts and bushings first... you can get stage one bushing kits for less than 300 and some full bushing kits for less than 499.

Send me a message, and I will let you know who I went through to get my full bushing kit and sways/springs for less than 800 for a top tier suspension company kit.
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Hey don't forget us lol. I'm on here all the time. Not all of us are that much more than the pro kit. I could come with in less than $100 than the 460 price in the post above. For what you would get it would be a bargain. The pro kit too is not a bad kit but it is not as well built as some of the others out there.
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...oh and don't forget 2quick

Although, he needs to set up shop here in Orlando...little lonely up here
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I'm thinking about buying the Eibach Pro Plus kit which includes lowering springs and anti-roll sway bars. Does anyone have this kit on their car? Did you notice a major difference with it? Recommend it? Thanks
I have the Eibach Springs/Sways and they work well. They are not on the boards here cheerleading for their products, but they work well for a good price. Hurst Performance Vehicles use them on their Camaro's, I saw them on their Camaro and the boxes of inventory on their shelves for production when we were there for an open house.
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Old 09-10-2011, 08:33 PM   #6
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I have their Pro Spring Kit and have had no issues in the two+ years they have been on the car. Ride quality and handling is great.

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FEN makes it a little unfair with the side profile picture and the CCWs lol
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Fens car doesn't look any lower than my car stock?
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It sits 1" lower after the install. Its most likely due to the angle that the pics were taken. The side shots i have are hard to make out due to the color of the car.

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The cars in the first two pics have stock suspensions and you can see that they both sit higher than mine.





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Getting installed Tuesday, but I am also installing a full bushing kit... so my review would be a little off.

I found the pro plus kit online for only 430 or 460 free shipping...A couple guys have complained about quality of Eibach sways (no one has mentioned anything about the springs except that they are cold wound). However, I personally spoke with numerous members on this website who have been autocrossing w/ the pro plus the last 2 years with absolutely no issues and no complaints. I have not see anyone with physical defects or proof of failure while running this kit on the 5th gen.

I do admit, the best customer service you will get will be with Pedders, Hotchkis, Pfadt, and BMR... You won't find many (if any) Eibach reps on this webpage helping out, but I couldn't pass up on 400 bucks after I dropped 400 more for bushings (another 200 for install, timing, and alignment). Customer service was not worth a 33% cost to me when it comes with warranty...

A majority of suppliers here say do the subframe inserts and bushings first... you can get stage one bushing kits for less than 300 and some full bushing kits for less than 499.

Send me a message, and I will let you know who I went through to get my full bushing kit and sways/springs for less than 800 for a top tier suspension company kit.
This is why I will not be going with eibach, There are plenty of vendors here who sell them, but not rep from eibach like we do with all those already mentioned, eibach is like the only spring maker who is NOT here...
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This is why I will not be going with eibach, There are plenty of vendors here who sell them, but not rep from eibach like we do with all those already mentioned, eibach is like the only spring maker who is NOT here...
..and like I said. That means a lot to some people, but that isn't a direct correlation with their quality. I started a separate thread, if NO one responded.. I would have bailed on the thought. Instead I had a few guys who actually auto crossed their vehicles, which I won't be doing. This is a DD. However, I wanted Hotchkis and Pedders. For me to get the equivalent would have cost me 400 additional dollars. Eibach has the same warranties, 400 dollars is not worth having a rep on this site to me..

I went with Hotchkis for chassis brace and strut tower, and also purchased a complete bushing kit. I don't think either of us are right or wrong, but finding a knowledgeable installer who can stick his head under the car to resolve any issues was worth more to me.
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I have had the eibach pro kit springs on my car for about 2 years and auto crossed some. No issues whatsoever.
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It sits 1" lower after the install. Its most likely due to the angle that the pics were taken. The side shots i have are hard to make out due to the color of the car.

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Thanks, my car sits low for stock.
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I have them installed on my IOM and they were a great deal for me and no issues for 2 years.

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..and like I said. That means a lot to some people, but that isn't a direct correlation with their quality. I started a separate thread, if NO one responded.. I would have bailed on the thought. Instead I had a few guys who actually auto crossed their vehicles, which I won't be doing. This is a DD. However, I wanted Hotchkis and Pedders. For me to get the equivalent would have cost me 400 additional dollars. Eibach has the same warranties, 400 dollars is not worth having a rep on this site to me..

I went with Hotchkis for chassis brace and strut tower, and also purchased a complete bushing kit. I don't think either of us are right or wrong, but finding a knowledgeable installer who can stick his head under the car to resolve any issues was worth more to me.
Oh certainly not, Eibach makes good stuff. I had some on my Honda years ago, worked great. I had considered them based on price, you can't beat it. I am 99% sure I am going with Pfadt, because they are silver. goes with the theme on my car.

I do all my own installs, so I don't mind spending extra to help out the vendors and manuf.'s on the site. Most offer great advice for us all too, they take the time to answer lots of questions, so to me spending more on a brand represented here (since I install myself) is like you spending extra for a good installer with great customer service. I pay for good Camaro5 support and customer service. Either way we are supporting great companies with good products, that's all that matters.
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I went with the Eibach Pro Plus Kit and overall I'm pleased with the stance and performance. The install wouldn't have been bad if the correct springs would have been in the box.....

Once we got the correct ones it went together pretty quick.
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Fcu678 did you install them yourself? Easy install for us garage guys?
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Oh certainly not, Eibach makes good stuff. I had some on my Honda years ago, worked great. I had considered them based on price, you can't beat it. I am 99% sure I am going with Pfadt, because they are silver. goes with the theme on my car.

I do all my own installs, so I don't mind spending extra to help out the vendors and manuf.'s on the site. Most offer great advice for us all too, they take the time to answer lots of questions, so to me spending more on a brand represented here (since I install myself) is like you spending extra for a good installer with great customer service. I pay for good Camaro5 support and customer service. Either way we are supporting great companies with good products, that's all that matters.
Exactly.. I wish I had a lift ..or was just handy lol. I got hit for 3-bills on the cost for labor. Then again I had to pay to have a full bushing kit installed..

Down the road, I do see myself going with pedders or pfadt for trailing arms, end links and coil overs... I just have to justify if it is worth it on a DD that hits the strip once a year.
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Exactly.. I wish I had a lift ..or was just handy lol. I got hit for 3-bills on the cost for labor. Then again I had to pay to have a full bushing kit installed..

Down the road, I do see myself going with pedders or pfadt for trailing arms, end links and coil overs... I just have to justify if it is worth it on a DD that hits the strip once a year.
Exactly, that's why I have not looked at getting coil overs, I don't track race ever, and probably never will, if I do, then I'll upgrade later but for now 600 for springs and sway bars is perfect first step. I had considered bushings... still undecided on that one. If I do I might as well change out my rear diff gears too. So bushings is a much bigger leap for me.

Springs can be fairly easy to install if you have the right equipment, but if not and your not mechanical, it's always a good idea to have a pro do it.
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I'm happy with my Eibach Pro Plus kit. Handles great helps put the power down and still has a comfortable ride.
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Exactly, that's why I have not looked at getting coil overs, I don't track race ever, and probably never will, if I do, then I'll upgrade later but for now 600 for springs and sway bars is perfect first step. I had considered bushings... still undecided on that one. If I do I might as well change out my rear diff gears too. So bushings is a much bigger leap for me.

Springs can be fairly easy to install if you have the right equipment, but if not and your not mechanical, it's always a good idea to have a pro do it.
I gotta admit, the full bushing kit is pretty damn impressive...

The stiffer springs / sways remove the body roll and how bouncy this car is stock..

But the bushing kit makes launch and braking actually feel much smoother. Will it eliminate wheel hop? No, but it greatly, GREATLY improved and it remains smooth through street handling. You will feel the road a more, but not really in a bad way.. it is still really quiet.

You can pick up a full bushing kit through BMR or whiteline for under 500 if you find the right C5 vendor....

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Fcu678 did you install them yourself? Easy install for us garage guys?

My brother owns a shop and we did it at his place to make it easier in case we needed anything. You'll need is a spring compressor and you'll have to do a little creative engineerng (unless you have the GM specialty tool) to remove the nut from the strut (I think 24mm) other than that it was pretty simple. We had a little trouble removing the front sway bar cause we were trying to take it out on the wrong side but after a quick review of the directions it comes out on the passenger side. Two people for that removal helped a lot, we didn't have to cut the factory one out nor did we have to raise the engine. I'm guessing it would have taken a couple hours if the correct springs were in the box.

You'll definitely need to have it realigned after you finish.......

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Just installed mine this past weekend. LOVE IT! Car looks so much better without the gaps and handles much better. Took a buddy and I about 4.5-5 hours with mainly hand tools (tight spaces so thats all you're really going to get in there anyway. A good set of ratchet wrenches are worth their weight in gold here.) We didn't use a spring compressor just hit the nut with the impact. We did jack the motor up and the sway bar pulled right out.
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I gotta admit, the full bushing kit is pretty damn impressive...

The stiffer springs / sways remove the body roll and how bouncy this car is stock..

But the bushing kit makes launch and braking actually feel much smoother. Will it eliminate wheel hop? No, but it greatly, GREATLY improved and it remains smooth through street handling. You will feel the road a more, but not really in a bad way.. it is still really quiet.

You can pick up a full bushing kit through BMR or whiteline for under 500 if you find the right C5 vendor....
Good to know thanks for the info.
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