Eibach PRO-KIT Lowering Springs, 2013-16 Dart

Model Number: 226301

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We are proud to introduce the Eibach PRO-KIT for the 2013-16 Dodge Dart!

We're pleased to see that these springs lower the Dart to get rid of the nasty wheel gap, but yet have springs that are only about 30 ft lbs higher in terms of spring rate. This means you'll still have a good ride quality with improved handling! With these you'll improve your cornering ability, as well as improve the look of your Dart by reducing the wheel gap AND still have a nice ride quality.

The Eibach Pro-Kit lowering spring set improves your vehicle's looks and performance. Pro-Kit springs lower the vehicle's center of gravity, reducing body roll in the turns, dive under braking, squat during acceleration and give the car a more solid secure feel at all times. Pro-Kit Springs also minimize the ugly fender gap that makes a car look "lifted." Eibach Pro-Kit Springs..." The look that performs."

This kit lowers the car 1.0" in the front and 1" in the rear. This kit will fit the Dodge Dart with 1.4L Turbo, 2.0L and 2.4 engines.

MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ANSWERED:

  • After you install these, you must get an alignment done so you dont have any premature tire wear.
  • These were designed for use with factory wheels and tires. HOWEVER, you can still get new wheels/tires, but just make sure they are roughly the same overall diameter and width. If you want a wider tire, you should check your clearances before ordering wider tires.
  • Any good mechanic shop can install these, these do not require any special tools or methods to install.

$291.33

Ask a Product Question

  • heath
    i want these springs but need a camber kit to go with them i just put on aftermarket 18s and nitto tires and dont want them to wear on the inside what should i do?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      You dont need a camber kit, just get an alignment done after installing the springs.
  • Chad
    Does changing springs and ride height negatively affect the aerodynamics and reduce gas mileage?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Lowering springs will make your Dart look better, improve handling, and if anything it will improve aerodynamics by funneling more air over the car which is more aerodynamic versus the bottom of the car.
  • Steve
    I am running the factory 17" tires/wheels....will they rub? it appears as a factory set up there is around 2" in the front and 2 1/2 " in the rear for current spacing...just wanna make sure the tires dont rub....thanks
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      You will not have any issues with factory wheels and tires as thats what these springs were designed around. Even if you get different wheels, as long as you dont have some crazy offset that makes the wheels stick out 2 inches you'll be fine.
  • Anonymous
    Do any of the lowering kits fit the 2.4 Dart GT? Also is the camber kit a necessity?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Yes, the springs are all the same between SXT/Rallye/Aero/GT/SE model Darts. With the pro kit its not neccesary, but our alignment shop will let you know if you need it during alignment.
  • Chris
    How does the front alignment stay in spec since there is no camber adjustment? I just don't want to ruin tires and waste money......
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      After lowering, the front is still within spec, its only the rear that seems to bow in and needs camber bolts. Please note, the Pro kit does not need camber bolts, its only the Sportlines that need camber bolts after installation.
  • Justin Evers
    Visually, is there a noticeable difference between the pro kit springs vs. the sport line springs?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      Well, the pro kit lowers 1 inch front and rear, and the sportline lowers 1.5 inches front and rear. So, the sportline kit lowers more.
  • Nakai
    Do i need to purchase anything to go with the springs or will they go directly on my car fresh from the box?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      Most shops will reuse your original strut mount retainer clips, and so you do not need to purchase anything extra. This is a complete kit. Its only with the Sportline springs that need the rear camber kit.
  • Cameron cushman
    Will the OE shocks and struts handle these without the issue of causeing early leakage?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      Lowering springs can decrease the life of the struts compared to oem springs. Now, just normal driving with lowering springs wont cause damage, its hitting potholes that can cause damage.
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