[QUOTE=Miller88;4414129]What about where the bushings bolt to the unibody "frame"? Are there threaded nuts in there? I'm going to be undercoating it.
Are there fuel economy tunes? This is my commuter car, the Jeep is my "fun" vehicle. I have to wait until the warranty is up for that, however.
I haven't been in a Focus with a sway bar, but I upgraded the swaybar on my taurus and it was much better. At this point I'm leaning towards the sway bar to start.
I'd be looking underneath to see if your car has a sway bar to begin with. If it does you could just replace the rubber bushings w/ poly ones + the end link's. If not, Steeda has a sway bar kit w/ brackets. Steeda also has a sri to increase the response. A tune would really help also with the efficentsy of the motor.
Introduce Mr. Torsen to the mix
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