Would you all give the same advice for lowering a 3.2 V6 GT ?
As I understand it the 3.2 V6 already sits slightly lower than other GTs.
Do Eibach make a specific kit for the 3.2 V6 GT ?
there is an Eibach Pro Kit for the 3.2L. however, the front does not lower significantly. as above, it is because the V6 is already relatively low compared with other models.
however, i wasn't satisfied with this lack of drop at the front, of only about 2mm when i did before/after measurements. even allowing for some sag over time, it would only have ended up about 7mm, i'm sure. rear did drop nicely, by about 30mm.
i had my setup modified. my local KONI distributor (i'm in Oz) modified the damper-suspension fork join. this allowed the damper to 'fit in further' into the fork, resulting in lowering the car, without altering the Eibach spring. overall, i have about a 17mm drop from the original.
this confirms the V6 is already low, because the undertray can scrape the road if i go over a decent dip. doesn't bother me; i drive with this in mind. in general, not an issue cos it rarely happens.
i don't think there's a better set of springs. but if you want the front lower, be prepared to modify things.
*modified damper-fork join:
*unmodified, Eibach fitted:
*more recent, after modifying damper-fork, and time for sag, totalling in ~17mm front drop: