The 04-12 Mitsubishi Galant Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs reduces excessive fender-well clearance and improves handling performance. By lowering your car’s center of gravity it reduces squat during acceleration, body roll in corners and excessive nose-dive under braking allowing for a much more responsive driving experience. The Pro-Kit Springs feature a progressive spring rate design that provides great performance gains without sacrificing safety or ride quality. Progressive spring rates vary throughout the compression of the spring. The spring will be softer under normal driving conditions and become stiffer and more responsive during more aggressive driving.
- 04-12 Mitsubishi Galant Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs
- 1.2" Front Drop / 1.4 Rear Drop (As tested on 4cyl Eclipse)
- 1.4" Front Drop / 1.6" Rear Drop (As tested on V6 Eclipse)
- Progressive Spring Rate Design
- Million-Mile Warranty
Please note that these springs were originally developed for the 2006-2012 Eclipse and were not specifically tested for the Galant. However, the Eclipse and Galant share many similar suspension components allowing these to fit both vehicles. The Galant's curb weight is slightly heavier then the Eclipse, this will result in a slightly lower drop when installing these springs on the Galant.
Below we have attached the curb weight of both the Eclipse and Galant according to Car & Driver vehicle specifications.
- 06-12 Mitsubishi Eclipse Curb Weight - (Car & Driver)
- 06-12 Eclipse (4cyl) Curb Weight - 3275lbs
- 06-12 Eclipse (V6) Curb Weight - 3600lbs
- 04-12 Mitsubishi Galant Curb Weight - (Car & Driver)
- 04-12 Galant (4cyl) Curb Weight - 3400lbs
- 04-12 Galant (V6) Curb Weight - 3600lbs
- 04-12 Galant (V6 Ralliart) Curb Weight - 3750lbs
***We do not recommend these for use on the "Ralliart" Galant. The Curb weight is substantially heavier then what these springs were tested for. Using these springs on a heavier vehicle can result in spring binding. Spring binding is when the coils of the spring stack on top of each other not allowing the spring to compress any further. This will have a negative effect on the vehicle ride quality and performance of the spring**