Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs, 2013-16 Dart

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Model Number: 226302

These are now discontinued by Eibach, and we have a few sets left. Once they are gone, they are gone forever!

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 Sport-Line lowering spring set improves your vehicle's looks and performance. Sport-Line 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 Sport-Line Springs..." The look that performs."

This kit lowers the car 1.5 in the front and 1.5 in the rear. This kit will fit the Dodge Dart with 1.4L Turbo, 2.0L and 2.4 engines.

Please note: Eibach recommends buying a rear camber kit to install along with the Eibach sportline springs for alignment afterwards.


  • After you install these, you must get an alignment done so you don't 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.

Additional Options

Rear Camber Bolt Kit, 2013-16 Dart

Model Number: 226302-ALIGNMENT
If you have a 2013-16 Dart and are going to lower your it more than 1.4-1.5 inches, this is an important piece. The Read more

Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs, 2013-16 Dart, Suspension & Chassis: Store Name

Ask a Product Question

  • Allen
    Does it come with detailed instructions for the rookie at home mechanic?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      These springs do not come with installation instructions, but there is quite a bit of information about installing them on the Dart forums.

      The entire installation process can be completed by one person in just a few hours, or even less if you have some help (highly recommended). You will need some basic hand tools, a floor jack, and a pair of jack stands. Compressed air can be helpful, but is not required, and a long pry bar will certainly come in handy.
  • Kevin
    When I install this kit how much camber will my rear wheels be at?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      You'll have a few degrees of negative camber, and that is fixed by using the camber bolt kit that we offer.
  • Jon
    Will these work for a 2015 dart gt with 2.4 engine??
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Yes, the listing says these will fit 2013+ Darts, and 2015 is included. These will work fine on your 2015.
  • jeremiah
    If i get the sportlines will i have to buy different struts/shock absorbers or will the factory ones work?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      The Eibach springs are designed to work with factory struts. You can use them on factory struts, or aftermarket OEM style struts.
  • Michael Smidt
    Will this fit a 2.4 dart gt
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Yes, this listing is for 2013+ Dodge Darts with 1.4/ 2.0/2.4 engines, which includes your Dart GT with its 2.4 engine.
  • Anonymous
    Can I run 18" tires with the 1.5" lowering springs on 2013 dart?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Sure, you could run whatever size wheel/tires you want as long as its the same overall width as the factory wheel/tires.
  • ben
    If I order these springs and the camber kit will I still need to get an alignment? Or does the camber kit put it at the stock degree of camber?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      The camber kit allows for further range of adjustment, because the stock camber bolt was never designed to adjust to the point needed for a lowered Dart. Yes, all cars after having suspension work like installing these springs will need an alignment afterwards to make sure your alignment is not out of spec, which would cause rapid tire wear.
  • Brandon Metzner
    Do you need a rear camber arm as wel?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Camber arm? No, just camber bolts like we mentioned. We installed a set of lowering springs on our 2013 Dart 1.4, installed the camber bolts, and got an alignment and that was all that was neccesary. Nothing else is needed.
  • ken
    Can I still run my 2016 Rallye Dart factory wheels and tires or will I need to buy different tires
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      You can keep your factory wheels and tires. Its not necessary to change wheels or tires, etc. You can use aftermarket wheels or tires if you wish as well, as long as you don't get tires and wheels that are much wider or taller though. If you stick to oem sized tires and wheels you are golden, and if you get bigger wheels, as long as you still have the same overall width and height you are fine as well.
  • Andrew Harriman
    What do y'all do about the reduced travel of the shocks with these springs installed. Since your changing it's resting point from dead center to about 1.5 inches off which could present some issues in shock travel.
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      Eibach is a major manufacturer of lowering springs. They do extensive research and testing on each application. Yes the vehicle is lowered, but the spring rate is higher, so you don't get as much travel as before. Also with the photos on this product page you can see it includes new bump stops. These are shortened bump stops to allow for additional range of motion when the vehicle is lowered.