Steeda Drag Springs 79-04 GT / Mach-1 / 96-98 Cobra
Steeda's SuperLite Drag Race Springs use a longer front coil that stores more energy to lift the front of the car during launch, aiding body rotation to transfer more weight to the rear tires for increased traction. The right rear spring incorporates a progressive coil design that reduces the effect of axle torque, reducing body roll and helping the right rear tire stay planted to the ground during launch. The spring rates are tuned for improved traction at the strip, while maintaining good ride quality and acceptable handling on the street. Just like the name says, Steeda SuperLite Drag Springs incorporate the latest manufacturing technology to reduce weight. They weigh 6 pounds less than comparable springs from Eibach or Ford Racing.
Ride height is about the same as stock springs. However, because the springs are softer than stock, ride height may be more affected by the weight of the vehicle than with factory springs. Full-weight street cars typically sit 1/4 to 1/2 inch lower than stock. Light weight race cars will sit a little higher.
High torque cars can further minimize axle torque induced body roll with an optional airbag kit (sold separately). Fine tuning the air pressure inside the airbag can help the car go straighter during launch.