Part # Description Years Front Drop Rear Drop
4.3560 MITSUBISHI, Eclipse, 2WD, 4 & 6 Cyl., Incl. RS, GS, GT & Spyder 2000 to 2005 2.0 in 2.0 in
Created for the extreme enthusiast, who wants that race-car attitude, Eibach Sportline springs are designed for maximum street performance - with the lowest possible drop. Engineered with the same care as Pro-Kit springs, Eibach's Sportline springs achieve legendary handling by aggressively lowering the vehicle's center of gravity with precision-engineered spring rates. The results is a car that handles as well as it looks. Eibach also offers top-quality Alignment Kits to keep proper suspension geometry.
High Performance Handling
Lower Center Of Gravity
Excellent Ride Quality
Top Quality Craftsmanship
Million Mile Warranty
Installation: Lowering kit installation is not terribly difficult. Remove the old shocks, springs, spindles, shackles, or other components and replace them with the new ones. That's it. (Don't forget to have a first class wheel alignment done when you are finished.) However, what will be required by the do-it-yourselfer is time and strength. The parts can be heavy. The procedures are sometimes awkward and require special tools. And the fasteners (nuts and bolts) may be very tight. Also, as with installing any new suspension component, you will typically find related parts that are worn and need replacing (i.e. tie-rod ends). To do a good job, be prepared to take your time, so while you are there, you can give the entire suspension/chassis a once over.
Tech Notes: Lowering may vary due to engine size and /or model.