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0.0

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Progress (Modified on Sep 18 2008)
4 owners, 0 comments

4.0

Good

3 votes
Roush (Modified on Sep 18 2008)
63 owners, 0 comments

Increases the size of the rear sway bar from a stock 17mm to a larger 21mm size. Similar to the BAT rear sway bar.

0.0

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SVT (Modified on Sep 18 2008)
13 owners, 2 comments

Increases the size of the rear sway bar from a stock 17mm to a larger 19mm size.

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BAT (Modified on Sep 18 2008)
37 owners, 0 comments

Increases the size of the rear sway bar from a stock 17mm to a larger 21mm size. Similar to the Roush rear sway bar.

5.0

Great

1 votes
Aussie (Modified on Sep 18 2008)
21 owners, 0 comments

Increases the size of the rear sway bar from a stock 17mm to a larger 24mm size.

0.0

0 votes
Progress (Modified on Sep 08 2008)
4 owners, 0 comments

Progress springs drops a significant 1.8" in the front, and drops 1.2" in the rear. These springs are made to give you that minimal wheel-gap look.

3.0

Decent

4 votes
Matrix Coilover (Modified on Sep 08 2008)
23 owners, 0 comments

5.0

Great

1 votes
Intrax Springs (Modified on Sep 08 2008)
38 owners, 0 comments

Intrax springs drop the Cougar approximately 1.6" in the front and 1.4" in the back, lowering the center of gravity for better handling as well as a better look.

Part Numbers:
99-00: 30.1.023
01-02: 30.1.024

5.0

Great

5 votes
Ground Control Coilover (Modified on Sep 08 2008)
116 owners, 0 comments

This coilover kit allows the Cougar owner to adjust the ride height for different applications, ranging from full height (approximately 0.5" drop) to a 3" drop. It Is recommended to replace struts at the same time as Ground Control Coilover kit install.

5.0

Great

9 votes
Eibach Springs (Modified on Sep 08 2008)
121 owners, 0 comments

Although the Eibach Pro-Kit improves your car's looks by reducing wheel gap (typically lowering the car by 1.2"), the biggest reason Eibach Pro-Kit springs owners installed this product is to lower the center of gravity for better handling. Roll, dive, and squat that normally occur during aggressive driving are substantially reduced by optimizing spring rates.
 

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  • Progress
    Rear Sway Bar
    Suspension and Brakes
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    Rear Sway Bar
    Suspension and Brakes
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  • SVT
    Rear Sway Bar
    Suspension and Brakes
    3290 days ago
  • BAT
    Rear Sway Bar
    Suspension and Brakes
    3290 days ago