Welcome aboard n2ohatch, 1543 has BBK specific rate springs that lower the car another 3/4 inch from stock, ride is alittle different but not much. That was my preference, some like um lower. Again welcome aboard. BTW i was told by BBK that eibach makes their springs when i bought them.
Well... since the bullitt ride is already harsh why not get a quality set of springs that are "real" not just for "looks"? I recommend H&R Supersports as an all-around good upgrade. I mean you could just cut a few coils off the spring if all you care about is looks, that would save you money and get the same result, but I wouldn't do it to a Bullitt! (Some other forums out there have some how-to's up on cutting coils).
Don't mean to be a downer, but you can't really have it both ways!! Plus, ride "comfort" is a personal thing. I think the bullitt rides fine, but my wife thinks it's way too harsh; but I can't tell the difference between it and her Escape...
+1 for the H&R supersports. i have them on mine and i love them. car sits great handles great and rides nice. if you get some caster camber plates with your lowering springs i recomend Maximum Motorsports' caster camber plates. super easy install, look great, and super easy to use.
H&R Supersports on my car. Good ride and good handling don't necessarily go together. There's compromise on one or the other or both. The H&R's are a little stiffer than stock. The Eibach Pro-kit is a little less. Both are progressive. The Bullitt springs are linear.
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