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SEMA Preview: Eibach to debut 2011 Mustang show car, updated suspension systems

By - October 26, 2010 – 11:29 amNo Comment | 3,290 views

Eibach Multi-Pro R2 suspension system

The 2010 SEMA show is right around the corner, and it looks like there will no shortage of Mustangs and new products on display at the Las Vegas convention center. One of those will be Eibach’s 2011 Mustang show car that will feature their Multi-Pro R2 suspension system along with a host of other upgrades including Brembo brakes, Roush supercharger, and a full Roush body kit.

Eibach’s suspension lineup for the 2011 lineup will includes its legendary range of anti-roll bars, springs, dampers and coilover kits. For the most part the 2011 systems are identical to the 2010 kits, although the non-adjustable dampers now feature a revised spring design and the adjustable coilovers now have aluminum mounts instead of steel. 2011 Mustang owners wanting a complete system will have the choice of Eibach’s Pro System (pro kit springs, pro dampers), the Pro System Plus (pro kit springs, pro kit dampers, anti-roll bars), the Pro-Street Coilovers (height adjustable only), the Multi-Pro R1 (height and one-way damper adjustable coilovers), and finally the Multi-Pro R2 (height and two-way adjustable coilovers with remote reservoirs). Eibach also offers two separate drag launch kits. Pricing will be announced shortly for all of the kits.

MustangsDaily.com recently visited Eibach’s facility in Corona, CA to check out their 2011 Mustang show car as well as the new suspension lineup. You can see the available kits in detail as well as the Mustang with the Eibach suspension installed in the gallery below.

Photos © 2010 MustangsDaily.com




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